Clovis Community Opens New Conference Center

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CLOVIS – Clovis Community Medical Center officials opened the new $12 million, state-of-the art H. Marcus Radin Conference Center on the hospital’s campus Thursday morning.

The conference center is partly made up of the 216-seat Pete P. Peters Auditorium, a soundproof area with the capability to record or broadcast what takes place to other facilities around the world.  The foyer seats roughly 100 people, and features a video wall made up of 24 plasma TV screens that can display screen presentations from the auditorium.  The space can also serve as a dining area and/or overflow from the auditorium.  The center also houses a 50-seat conference room, two computer training rooms, two smaller conference rooms, a food service area, and administrative space.  Streaming audio and video can be streamed from the hospital’s inpatient surgery suites.

“I’m humbled and honored to be able to unveil today the naming of this new beautiful world-class education center,” said Craig Castro, CEO of Clovis Community Medical Center.  “It’s going to allow us not only to educate the public, but physicians, our staff, on the latest and greatest healthcare techniques and ways.”

The conference center was made possible in part due to $6 million in private donations, including a $1 million gift from the Pete P. Peters Foundation.  The Radin Conference Center rests north of the hospital’s new Temperance Ave. entrance, across the street from the Marjorie E. Radin Breast Care Center.

“We are very proud to honor two iconic figures in a prominent way and recognize other major donor-investors who served as pioneers in creating a remarkable center for learning,” said Rob Saroyan, Community Medical Foundation vice president.

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