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Adventist Health to take over Oakhurst’s Urgent Care June 2014

Oakhurst Community Medical Center Urgent Care will transition operations to Adventist Health/Central Valley Network effective June 1, 2014. For almost four decades, Community Medical Centers’ healthcare facility in Oakhurst served the mountain communities and its visitors.

“Adventist Health impressed us with its reputation for expanding access to quality care in the 22 rural communities it serves in Kings, Fresno, Tulare and Kern counties,” said Tom Moser, COO for Clovis Community Medical Center.

Adventist Health plans to operate the clinic from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week and offer an array of family practice services.

“We are pleased to learn they are considering expanding services to include pediatrics, OB, dental and diabetes education," Moser continued.

Adventist Health plans to interview and hopefully retain most of the staff at the Oakhurst Center and all the full-time and part-time employees will be offered a severance package upon ending employment with Community.

“Our Human Resources Department will provide support of our Oakhurst Center’s employees and is available to discuss options during this four-month transition. We’ll have recruitment support and career counseling through one-on-one meetings,” Lowell Hull, Clovis Community’s director of Human Resources said.

Adventist plans to interview for nurse practitioners, physician assistants, licensed vocational nurses, medical assistants, registration clerks, support staff and possibly others. They also plan on contracting with physicians.

“Community deeply appreciates the dedication and the exceptional care our employees and physicians have provided our patients over the years,” Moser said.

—Community Medical Centers, Inc.

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