About the Medical Center
Adventist Health Selma (AHSE), part of Adventist Health's Central Valley Network, is a 57-bed acute-care community medical center that serves 13 communities in southern Fresno County in Central California, operating as a satellite campus of Adventist Health Hanford. Services include a 24-hour emergency, birthing center, direct observation unit, surgery, lab, cardiology and imaging with CT, MRI and digital mammography.
The three acute-care medical centers that comprise the Central Valley Network are Adventist Health Reedley, Adventist Health Hanford and Adventist Health Selma. Together in 2016, these medical centers had 15,309 admissions, 3,726 deliveries, 154,318 emergency visits, and 885,807 outpatient visits. The network is staffed by 479 physicians, 2,871 employees and 260 active volunteers.
Adventist Health Selma is located in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley between Visalia and Fresno. The medical center recently received the 2014 Women’s Choice Award for Emergency Care. The facility, which is operated under the same license as Adventist Health Hanford, features emergency services, inpatient care, inpatient and outpatient surgery and diagnostics. The medical center serves southern Fresno County and its surrounding communities.
Selma itself is touted as the "Raisin Capital of the World." The surrounding areas boast many attributes. Selma offers easy access to the Pacific Coastline as well as nearby Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks. While "quality of life" is a term used by many, it is especially appropriate in Selma, where residents' care is obvious in the high standards the city maintains. Selma is a pro-business community, promoting responsive and properly planned growth. There are safe, family-oriented communities where residents enjoy working and living in an environment that blends the historic with the contemporary. As such, Selma is truly a California hidden treasure.