Bob Williams, cardiovascular services supervisor at Fairfield Medical
Center, will be awarded the Healthcare Hero Award on Feb. 12 during the
Eleventh Annual Heroes Breakfast at the Eagles Event Center in
St. Vincent de Paul School in Mount Vernon, Ohio recently became the
first parochial school in the nation to receive the Heart Safe School
Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan recently was presented with the
Heart Safe Business Accreditation, a project of the Snider Community
Heart Watch at Fairfield Medical Center.
Heritage Elementary has become the fourth school in Pickerington to receive the Heart Safe School Accreditation.
The Fairfield Medical Center Emergency Department recently donated an
adaptor to the Hocking Township Fire Department so its EMS crew can
successfully transmit EKGs to the hospital.
Nearly 200 people attended the Seventh Annual Sudden Arrhythmia Death
Syndromes (SADS) International Conference in Columbus on Nov. 1-3.
Fairfield Medical Center and the Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes
(SADS) Foundation have presented three Pickerington schools – Harmon
Middle School, Pickerington Elementary and Violet Elementary – with the
Heart Safe School Accreditation.
On Aug. 21, Mr. Dale Clements received the Life Saver Award for his
efforts in saving the life of a sudden cardiac arrest patient on behalf
of the Snider Community Heart Watch, along with the Gordon B. Snider
The Snider Community Heart Watch, along with the Fairfield Medical
Center Gordon B. Snider Cardiovascular Institute, sponsored free Hands
On Practical Experience Training (HOPE) on Aug. 14, 2013 to the Lancaster High
School (LHS) Football team, which consisted of 73 players.