More often than not, preventing a serious burn comes down to education - that's why Community Regional Medical Center's Leon S Peters Burn Center teamed up with the Selma Fire Department to go out to local elementary schools to teach young kids how to stay safe and what to do in case of a house fire.
We're always looking for new ways to spice up a salad. The executive chef at Clovis Community Medical Center shows us how to make a brussels sprouts salad with some extra protein. A perfect dish for this summer!
May is National Stroke Awareness Month. A stroke can happen to anyone, at any time, and at any age. Do you know what signs and symptoms to look out for? We sat down with Dr. William Likosky, the medical director of stroke at Community Regional Medical Center. He said we can save a life by having a better understanding of stroke.
Volunteers at the American Red Cross help survivors in their time in need, whether it's a tragic event or a natural disaster. Our healthcare hero this week is a woman who has dedicated nearly four decades of service to the Red Cross, and she passes her nursing skills to up and coming nurses within Clovis Community Medical Center.
Say hello to the pride and joys just born at Community Medical Centers. Here are this week's Future Generations. You can watch MedWatch Today every weekend on KSEE24 and CBS47 News. The program is in partnership with Community Medical Centers.
We all know nurses play such a huge role in a patient's health care, so it's important they receive the absolute best training. All new nurses at Clovis Community Medical Center go through "RN Boot Camp", so they're prepared to deliver the most excellent care.
Nurses help patients get through some of their darkest days. One breast cancer patient who went through the Community Cancer Institute for her care, wanted to give a big thanks to one nurse in particular. Tracy Morgan said nurse Cammy Cox went beyond caring for her as she underwent chemo - Cammy became a lifelong friend.