Community Support

 

Letters of Support:

City of Clovis Letter of Support for CHSU Medical School Supervisor Pacheco Letter of Support
Sante IPA Letter of Support Assemblyman Jim Patterson Letter of Support
Councilmember Steve Brandau Letter of Support Clovis Chamber of Commerce Letter of Support
Fresno County EDC Letter of Support Valley Health Team
Sanger Unified School District Letter of Support Hengameh K Akhtar, M.D. Letter of Support
Dr. Frederick J. Kruger Letter of Support Fresno Area Hispanic Foundation Letter of Support
CA Legislature San Joaquin Valley Caucus Doris Tan, DO. Letter of Support
Fresno Barrios Unidos Letter of Support Fresno County Dept. Of Public Health Letter of Support
Sohrab Sohrabi California Health & Human Services Agency Letter of Support
Senator Kevin De Leon Letter of Support Fresno County Superintendent of Schools Jim Yovino
Dr. Ahmad Emami, M.D. Letter of Support Consulate of Mexico in Fresno Letter of Support
State Superintendent Tom Torlakson Letter of Support Nisei Farmers League Letter of Support
UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program Letter of Support Dr. Aron Gould-Simon, MD Letter of Support
Fresno City Councilmember Garry Bredefeld Letter of Support Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula Letter of Support
Fresno Chamber of Commerce Letter of Support Community Medical Centers Letter of Support

 

Quotes:

“The Valley deserves access to higher education, jobs, and quality health care. Having a medical school here in the Valley is the absolute best opportunity for students in small towns and rural areas to become physicians and serve our people. This is a game changer for Hispanic/Latino students and the entire Valley!”

– Prominent business and civic leader, Fred Ruiz, chairman emeritus and co-founder of Dinuba-based Ruiz Foods, previously served on the University of California Board of Regents.

“Adventist Health recognizes the need for more physicians as we seek to care for the medical needs of the many people living in the valley. We are supportive of CHSU’s plans to expand access to physicians who have a desire to serve in rural communities through the establishment of a medical school. We look forward to opportunities to work with CHSU toward our common goal of providing excellent health care to those we serve,”

– Wayne Ferch, President/CEO, Corporate Senior Vice President, Central Valley Region, Adventist Health.

“The City of Clovis works hard to maintain a community where its residents can thrive and have an exceptional quality of life. Post-graduate education is a critical part of this effort and California Health Sciences University’s planned medical school will be an incredible asset for the community to build on. The school will provide critical high-value jobs and medical services for our region reinforcing Clovis as a great place for families to live and work.”

– Nathan Magsig, Mayor of Clovis and Supervisor-Elect for County of Fresno Board of Supervisors.

“The new medical school will be distinguished by its local recruitment mission. The existing UCSF-Fresno residency program supplies many excellent physicians to the Valley. But still, our region is medically underserved, especially in primary care. CHSU will play a special, much-needed role by specifically recruiting local students and giving them a close-to-home avenue to enter the medical profession.”

– Tim Joslin, CEO at Community Medical Centers.