Selma

Baz Allergy Asthma and Sinus Center is pleased to announce that we are under construction on our Selma office.

We plan to open in the fall of 2017

Our new office will be located at

3000 Floral Ave,
Selma, CA 93662

Baz Allergy Asthma and Sinus Center will open our newest office in Selma.   The office is under construction at 3000 Floral Avenue in Selma,  we anticipate to open and start treating patients in the fall of 2017.

Selma, CA boasts 23,000+ citizens and is located just 16 miles south of Fresno.  Our new office will be staffed by board certified allergists to treat your allergies.   We also treat and devise asthma management plans and treat all sinus conditions such as sinus infections.

Office hours and insurance accepted will be posted to this page as that information becomes available.

Here are a few interesting facts about Selma, CA

How Selma got its name:  (from Wikipedia)

“A persistent local legend is that Selma was named after Selma Gruenberg Lewis (ca. 1867–1944) by Governor Leland Stanford, who was shown her picture by her father. As Lewis first told the story in 1925, Stanford, also a Director of the Central Pacific Railroad, was so taken that he ordered that the next town on the line be named for her. Lewis often repeated the story with further romantic embellishments, and it came to be accepted as fact despite a lack of documentary evidence. Lewis is buried in Floral Memorial Park in Selma, and her marker repeats the story. Subsequent investigation indicates instead that the town was in fact named for Selma Michelsen (1853–1910), wife of a railroad employee who had submitted her name for inclusion on a list of candidate names prepared by his supervisor. George Otis selected the name from this list, in consultation with other local businessmen.[14]

90% of all US raisins are produced in an 8 mile radius of Selma.   Selma adopted the title of “Raisin Capital of the World” in 1963

William R. Shockley, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient  and Atlanta Braves manager Bobby Cox both hail from Selma