Clovis Community Medical Center won an Academy of Architecture (AAH) Recognition Award from The American Institute of Architects Central Valley Chapter (AIA CVC).

Clovis Community Medical Center has been an asset in the community for decades. Built without delay during the pandemic, this renovation and expansion bring significant and much-needed healthcare capacity to Central California, almost doubling the hospital with new patient beds and expanded emergency, surgery, imaging, food service and support spaces. Whether you live in the area, are on-site for medical services, or are visiting a patient, the campus grounds provide opportunities to gather with friends and family, stroll through a park-like setting, or have a moment of quiet reflection at the iconic fountain.

The AIA CVC’s annual Design Awards program stands as the pinnacle of recognition for design excellence. The program commemorates the remarkable achievements of architects within AIA Central Valley, spotlighting their outstanding contributions to the world of architecture.