Located in downtown Fresno, Community Regional Medical Center is the flagship hospital of Community Medical Centers. Accredited and recognized for quality care by The Joint Commission in 2014, it is home to central California’s highest level of care with a capacity of 685 licensed beds.

Its one-of-a-kind Central California Neuroscience Institute brings together clinical experts in brain tumors, stroke, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and more. They were the first hospital in the world to offer Generation 4 CyberKnife technology to treat cancer.

As a leader in comprehensive cardiovascular services Community Regional offers more advanced cardiac treatment options than any other hospital in the Valley. They perform about 3,600 cardiovascular procedures a year and partner with the UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program to offer the only cardiology, pulmonary and interventional cardiac fellowship training programs in the region.

They are one of the busiest birthing centers in California with the largest Level 3 neonatal intensive care unit in the Valley. Their combined expertise in both adult and newborn medicine makes the hospital the only one in the area where recovering mothers and their critically ill babies can stay together for the treatments they need.

The full-service 58,000-square-foot Emergency Department is home to the Table Mountain Rancheria Trauma Center and Leon S. Peters Burn Center – the region’s only Level 1 (highest level) trauma and comprehensive burn center. Its affiliation with the University of California San Francisco Medical School – one of the top medical schools in the nation – provides patients access to some of the brightest and most forward-thinking medical specialists in the country.

Recognizing the role family plays in recovery, Community Regional established Terry’s House, a 17,000-square-foot home established to provide a supportive residence for families while their loved ones receive critical care in the hospital. This home is conveniently located across from the main building so patients’ families are able to stay close and connected to loved ones who are in our care.