The health and well-being of the Valley’s children is one of our top priorities at Community Medical Centers. If you have a child in one of our hospitals, rest assured our specialists and specially trained staff will work around the clock so you can bring your little one home as soon as possible.
The team at Community Regional Medical Center cares for more than 71,000 kids a year. It's Level 3 neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) offers around the clock care and is licensed by the state to care for some of the sickest infants.
The 10-bed pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) provides high-level care for critically ill or injured infants, children and adolescents up to age 21. Read more.
Clovis Community Medical Center’s team delivers about 5,100 babies a year in its Women’s and Children’s Pavilion. The team in the Level 2 NICU cares for infants born around 32 weeks of gestational age or greater. Thanks to the specialized, higher level of care provided in this 8-bed NICU, moms and babies can both be cared for in the same hospital.
Partnership with UCSF Benioff
Valley children have access to more pediatric services thanks to our partnership with UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital — recognized throughout the world as a leader in pediatric healthcare.
The Community Pediatric Specialty Center on the Community Regional Medical Center campus gives Central Valley kids access to board-certified UCSF doctors and surgeons from a wide range of pediatric specialties, including some that are not readily available in the Valley.