Clovis Unified to open new employee health center

Clovis Unified School District purchased and converted the former ITT Tech building into a professional development and health center for its employees and retirees, which it plans to unveil this Friday. (Daniel Leon/Clovis Roundup)

When ITT Technical Institute on Herndon and Clovis avenue closed in the fall of 2016, Clovis Unified School District jumped at the opportunity to acquire its 25,000 square-foot building with plans to convert part of it into a health center for employees, retirees, and their dependents.

Now, about a year and a half later, Clovis Unified is ready to unveil the health center with a ribbon cutting ceremony this Friday at 11 a.m.

As a full-service facility, and the first of its kind in the area, the center will provide routine medical treatment and lab services without a co-pay to those covered by the Clovis Unified health plan.

The health center, operated by miCare, is the most recent step taken by Clovis Unified’s employee-managed health plan to manage costs and boost services to members.

Read more about the new health center here.

WHAT: Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting of Clovis Unified’s Employee Health Center by miCare.

WHEN: Friday, Feb. 16, 11:00–11:30 a.m.

WHERE: 362 N. Clovis Ave. Suite 102 (southwest corner of Herndon and Clovis avenues)

A native of Woodlake, Daniel Leon is a recent graduate of Fresno State with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism. Daniel served as Sports Editor at The Collegian, Fresno State’s student-run newspaper, prior to joining the Roundup. Got a story idea? Email him at