East Medical Plaza Building


2335 E. Kashian Lane, Suite 301. Fresno, CA 93701


The East Medical Plaza building showcases an aggressive and novel collaborative approach among Community Medical Centers, UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program and University Centers of Excellence. The 88,000-square-foot East Medical Plaza is located at 2335 Kashian Way on the east side of the hospital’s 58-acre campus, adjacent to the UCSF Fresno building.


There is an elevated covered walkway that connects the back of the building to the trauma critical care building at the medical center on the second floor. The old medical office building (at 110 Valeria St.) will also be connected to the East Medical Parking Plaza by the same walkway on its second floor.


A highlight of the building is the 23,000-square-foot third floor, occupied by University Neurology Associates, University Neurosurgical Associates and the Neuroscience Outpatient Rehabilitation Center.  The office contains dedicated, comprehensive diagnostic and treatment facilities.  It is the first of its kind in the region providing a team of experienced and dedicated physicians, allied health care providers and staff to care for patients at one location.  This brings a multidisciplinary approach to the field of neuroscience, ensuring that patients with precarious neurological diseases and injuries to the spine, nervous system and brain receive the most appropriate course of care in an efficient manner.


The subspecialty programs within the office include stroke and vascular neurology, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis and cognitive behavioral diseases.  There are also occupational, physical, speech and respiratory therapists on staff, along with a nutritionist and social worker.


The office features 27 exam rooms. The design of the third floor specifically accommodates needs of neurology and neurosurgical patients. Some rooms are carpeted to help with traction, exam rooms have been enlarged to allow for more family members to be present and there are family consultation rooms. Doorways are wider to accommodate wheelchairs and other equipment, and there are special dictation rooms for the physicians, right next to the exam rooms.