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Birthing Centers
In the Central San Joaquin Valley, ranked by number of births in 2018 if tied, by number of staff
2019
2018
Name of Birthing Center
Address
Phone
No. physicians
No. of staff
No. of Births at this facility in 2018
Services & amenities
Year established
Top executive(s), Title
1
(3)
Kaweah Delta Health Care District
400 W. Mineral King Ave.
Visalia, CA
624-2221
WND
WND
5,000(1)
21 labor and delivery Beds, 42 postpartum beds, labor/delivery triage area, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit staffed by physicians from Valley Children’s Medical Group, lactation services and more
1961
Gary Herbst, CEO
2
(2)
Community Regional Medical Center
2823 Fresno St.
Fresno, CA
459-6000
1,400
450
4,719
Level 3 neonatal intensive care unit, comprehensive in-patient postpartum care, Mother's Resource Center, Perinatal Fetal Care Program for babies with congenital defects or abnormalities and high-risk
1897
Craig Castro, president/CEO, Craig Wagoner, CEO Community Regional & Clovis Community Medical Centers
3
(1)
Leon S. & Pete P. Peters Future Generations Center at Clovis Community Medical Center
2755 Herndon Ave.
Clovis, CA
324-4000
WND
275
4,706
State-of-the-art facility with all private rooms with comforts of home. Level 2 NICU meets needs of premature/ill newborns. Skilled neonatologists, nurses staff specialize in neonatal care.
1965
Craig Castro, president/CEO, Craig Wagoner, CEO
4
(4)
Saint Agnes Medical Center
1303 E. Herndon Ave.
Fresno, CA
450-2229
780
WND
3,639
OB Emergency Department, Certified “Baby Friendly” pregnancy, delivery and postpartum, maternity education, breastfeeding classes and support maternal fetal medicine, on-site NICU Level II & III
1929
Nancy Hollingsworth, CEO/registered nurse
5
(5)
Adventist Health Hanford
115 Mall Drive
Hanford, CA
582-9000
692
100
2,429
Facility provides obstetrics and delivery services for families in Kings County and surrounding areas. NICU available in partnership with Valley Children's Healthcare.
2010
Andrea Kofl, president of Adventist Health in the Central Valley

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