CCFMG Today – Spring 2022

posted on June 22, 2022 In this edition of CCFMG Today, learn how Dr. Haifaa Abdulhaq is using her position on the board of the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine to advocate for new stem cell treatments for Central Valley patients. Learn more about our University Centers of Excellence faculty practice sites and the world-class… Continue Reading »
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What to Know About Congestive Heart Failure

posted on March 23, 2022

Congestive heart failure. Such ominous words for anyone to hear. The implication that the heart is floundering and perhaps the body as well. But there is another type of heart failure, perhaps lesser known, which accounts for half of all heart failure diagnoses that predominantly affects women. It is not…

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University Centers of Excellence Directory

posted on March 1, 2022 The University Centers of Excellence faculty practice sites provide Central Valley patients access to world-class health care. Download our directory or flip through it below to learn more about the services our expert clinicians provide. Download the 2022 Office Directory *Updated June 7, 2022* Continue Reading »
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Why I Chose to Specialize in Hip and Knee Arthritis Care

posted on January 18, 2022

I’ll never forget the moment I knew I wanted to specialize in hip and knee arthritis surgery. I met a patient who was using a wheelchair because of the severity of his knee arthritis and deformity. He expressed deep disappointment that his disfigurement was deemed by others to be too…

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Dr. Raj Amin

COVID-19 Associated Pulmonary Aspergillosis (CAPA)- Research Publication by UCSF Fresno Infectious Diseases

posted on December 9, 2021

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc across the globe in the past year and a half. In addition to the direct morbidity and mortality associated with this infection, we have seen several secondary infections arise because of the virus causing damage to the lungs and immune system. One such infection that has…

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CCFMG Today – Summer 2021

posted on December 3, 2021 In this newly redesigned and renamed edition of CCFMG Today, formerly The Connection,  you can read about how our University Orthopaedic Associates office is saving patients time and money with new procedures available in the office. Learn more about the new cardio-oncology program started by University Cardiovascular Center physician Dr.… Continue Reading »
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Fresno Pulmonary Hypertension Program

posted on November 12, 2021

Pulmonary hypertension happens when the pressure in the blood vessels leading from the heart to the lungs is too high. It can occur due to the narrowing of the small blood vessels in the lungs. As a result, the right side of the heart that normally pumps the blood into…

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National Pulmonary Hypertension Awareness Month

True North

posted on October 12, 2021

As if things were not challenging enough with COVID, practicing medicine in the Valley has the added strain of difficult relationships between major stakeholders in town. Many physicians find themselves caught in the middle, unsure of where allegiances should lie and how the outcome of this fight will affect our…

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A Year In Review – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

posted on October 7, 2021 For more than four decades, Central California Faculty Medical Group has provided Central Valley patients access to world-class specialty care physicians while training the next generation of health care leaders. While fiscal year 2020-2021 was filled with the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, our clinicians and staff continued to provide… Continue Reading »
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What Brought Me Home – Geoffrey Rohlfing, DO

posted on September 13, 2021

There is genuine joy in listening to an elated patient speak of how they can once again golf, hike, work, or play with their grandchildren without pain.  Improving patients’ lives is what drives my desire to excel in my craft; orthopaedic surgery specializing in joint reconstruction.  From a young age,…

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Geoffrey Rohlfing, DO