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Saint Agnes Medical Center (1303 E. Herndon Ave.)
Established by the Sisters of the Holy Cross more than 85 years ago, Saint Agnes Medical Center remains the only faith-based hospital in the Fresno-Clovis area. The 436-bed Medical Center has a medical staff of 745 physicians and employs more than 2,600 men and women - all of whom share a commitment to delivering safe, high quality care. Saint Agnes is a member of Trinity Health, one of the largest multi-institutional Catholic healthcare delivery systems in the nation.
Originally located in downtown Fresno, Saint Agnes moved to its current location at 1303 E. Herndon Avenue in 1975 when it needed to expand to meet the growing needs of the community.
In 1998, the Medical Center began the largest expansion project in Saint Agnes history, creating a new home for our Heart and Vascular Center. The North Wing nearly doubled the size of the hospital and added an additional 100 private patient rooms. Other features include an expanded emergency department, additional cath labs and interventional radiology suites, enlarged outpatient center, cardiac rehab, and imaging departments, plus the addition of a medical education pavilion with a 260-seat auditorium.
The Frank Diener Family Chapel of Christ the Healer
The Frank Diener Family Chapel of Christ the Healer is open 24 hours a day for prayer and meditation, and is just west of the main lobby on the second floor. Mass is celebrated Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. and Sundays at 11 a.m.
The chapel is named for Frank C. Diener, co-founder of the Saint Agnes Foundation and devoted friend and benefactor of Saint Agnes Medical Center. His widow and family provided substantial gifts, which helped make the chapel addition possible. The marble in the Chapel is from Turkey and was finished in Italy.
Named in honor of prominent local philanthropist, Larry A. Shehadey, this 20,000-square-foot pavilion provides an ideal setting for staff education, medical conferences, physician symposiums and public education forums.
Facilities housed in the Pavilion include the Nickerson Auditorium, Kremen Medical Education Center (with four breakout classrooms), a video-conferencing room, Cyber Cafe and the Owen Medical Library.
Sister Ruth Marie Nickerson Auditorium
New technology is a hallmark of the North Wing. This includes the new Shehadey Pavilion an ideal setting for medical education symposiums as well as public health forums. A highlight of the Shehadey Pavilion is the 260-seat auditorium with laptop capabilities in each seat and a 16-foot diagonal rear-screen projection system for teleconferences and video presentations. The Stryker Communication System, installed in the operating rooms and cath labs on the third floor, is also linked to the auditorium. This allows surgeries and procedures to be viewed in progress, providing valuable teaching opportunities for physicians and staff.
Kremen Medical Education Center
Directly across the hall from the Nickerson Auditorium is the Kremen Medical Education Center, a large multi-use conference facility seating 250. An additional four break-out conference rooms allow multiple meetings to take place at once in the same location.
State-of-the-art audio visual equipment links the education center with the Nickerson auditorium, allowing simulcasting of the program in both spaces. Flat screen plasma TV monitors installed around the room assure that every seat in the house can have a good view of the program.
Administrative Center at The Plaza (1111 E. Spruce Ave.)
The Administrative Center at the Plaza is located two blocks northeast of the Medical Center. The Plaza houses many of the non-clinical staff, as well as a chronic disease management program A Healthier You, the Saint Agnes Health Hub that provides resources for those in need, and other community outreach and educational classes such as the Better Breathers Club for individuals with respiratory illnesses.
Diagnostic Breast Center (1105 E. Spruce Ave.) & Breast Center at The Plaza (7202 N. Millbrook Ave., Suite 206)
Saint Agnes is accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) in Mammography, Stereotactic Biopsy Procedures and Breast Ultrasound Biopsy, and is distinguished as a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence.
Our care team is here to guide you through your journey, promoting a healing spirit by offering a personal touch, compassion, support, professional skill and information. In collaboration with our medical staff and our Breast Health Nurse Navigator, we are here to see that you receive the best care possible through prevention and screening, to cancer diagnosis and treatment.
For more information, visit: http://www.samc.com/breast-center.
Saint Agnes Home Health and Hospice (6729 N. Willow Ave.)
Saint Agnes Home Health agency specializes in skilled intermittent home health services, with a goal to help patients live safely and independent at home. Medicare-Certified, and accredited by the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP), we consistently meet or exceed the national standards for quality care. Services provided include skilled nursing; physical, speech and occupational therapy; home health aide and medical social services.
Saint Agnes Home Health combines clinical experience and excellence, with compassionate and personalized care in the comfort of your own home. In collaboration with your physician, all aspects of your home health care are managed by the primary nurse or therapist assigned to you, achieving life and health balance as you return to your everyday activities safely at home.
For more information, visit http://www.samc.com/home-health-hospice.
Saint Agnes Wound Care - Hyperbaric Medicine and Amputation Prevention (7015 N. Maple Ave., Suite 101)
Saint Agnes Wound Care, the only outpatient program of its kind in the Central Valley, specializes in advanced wound healing, hyperbaric medicine, amputation prevention, and ostomy care.
Our expert team of physicians, certified wound and ostomy nurses and certified hyperbaric technicians prides itself on healing a variety of different wounds - in a matter of days to weeks - and restoring patients to a better quality of life.
For more information, visit http://www.samc.com/wound-care.
Holy Cross Center for Women (421 F. Street)
For 30 years, Saint Agnes Holy Cross Center for Women (HCCW) in downtown Fresno has served as a refuge for homeless and underserved women and their children. Operated by Saint Agnes Medical Center, the center provides daytime shelter, counseling and referral services, education and skills training, clothing, laundry and shower facilities, and social activities. In addition, the center offers six, seven-week long summer programs held for children and young people ages 4-17.
For more information, visit http://www.samc.com/holy-cross-center-for-women.
Holy Cross Clinic at Poverello House (421 F. Street)
In 1982, the Sisters of the Holy Cross and Saint Agnes Medical Center established the Holy Cross Clinic at Poverello House in downtown Fresno. Saint Agnes colleagues, volunteer physicians, dentists and paramedical personnel provide free medical and dental care to our Valley's uninsured and underinsured.
For more information, visit http://www.samc.com/holy-cross-clinic.
For more information about Saint Agnes Medical Center, visit www.samc.com or call 559-450-3000.