Healthcare

EYE-Q expanding to Clovis

EYE-Q Vision Care center in FresnoAfter having served Fresno and Selma with vision correcting services for the last 60 years, EYE-Q Vision Care announced it will open a third Valley location next January.

Sanger health center groundbreaking set

A groundbreaking will kick off construction of a new 16,000 square foot United Health Center at 10 a.m. Thursday at the northeast corner of 7th and P streets in downtown Sanger.

Chubb out as Community Regional Medical Center CEO

Jack Chubb has left his position as CEO of Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno.After nine years, Jack Chubb has left his position as CEO of Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno, effective today.

Saroyan joins Children's Hospital

Rob Saroyan.Rob Saroyan has joined Children's Hospital Central California as vice president of philanthropy and chief development officer.

Kaiser store extends hours for health coverage

Health coverage deadline looming.
Kaiser Permanente’s Shop KP retail store at Shaw and Brawley avenues in Fresno will have extended hours this weekend to help Valley residents enroll for health coverage before the March 31 open enrollment deadline.

American Red Cross awards EYE-Q staff

Two doctors with EYE-Q Vision Care were honored for their humanitarian contributions during a dinner in Fresno March 21.

California doctors speed up Valley fever diagnosis

(AP) — Doctors in California say they've found a quicker way to diagnose patients with the fungal disease Valley fever.

Ratings firms upgrade Community Medical Centers

Community Medical Centers in Fresno has seen its bond ratings upgraded recently.An improving financial outlook has led to the two major bond rating services upgrading their outlook on Fresno's Community Medical Centers.

Report shows health savings with walkable growth

Fresno County could save $83 million a year in health costs alone with proper planning to reduce air pollution, according to a new report by the American Lung Association in California.

Valley boosts Covered California enrollment in Feb.

Ahead of a March 31 deadline to get health insurance or pay a fine, 3,325 people in Fresno, Kings and Madera counties enrolled in plans offered by Covered California, the state's new health exchange, in February.