At Fairfield Medical Center, our goal is for every patient and visitor to have a positive experience, regardless of whether their stay is just for an hour or a couple of days. We want everybody to leave our facility knowing they or their loved ones received the best care possible and to feel that they were treated as an individual – not a number.
It’s stories like these below that show our commitment to our patients and why we are here.
If you or a loved one has a story that you wish to share with our Marketing team, we invite you to contact Michelle George, public relations specialist, at 740-689-6636 or email@example.com.
"FMC Got Me Back in the Game."
When Lancaster High School football player Dylan Sharp suffered a broken fibula, two torn tendons and a dislocated ankle during a scrimmage, he feared he would spend his senior year sitting on the sidelines. But his care team at Fairfield Medical Center had a different game plan.
Click here to read Dylan's experience.
"I'm Back in the Swing Of Things"
When Larry Bell started cardiac rehab at Fairfield Medical Center, he was at his heaviest weight and so tired, he could barely play a round of golf. The past two years had been challenging ones for Larry, who had battled Legionnaries’ disease before undergoing open heart surgery. He wanted to start feeling good again.
Click here to read Larry's experience.
"I'm the Healthiest I've Ever Been"
Mary Boley is not afraid of birthdays. When the Logan resident turned 80, she was excited about what awaited her in the newest decade of her life. Heart surgery was the last thing she ever saw coming, but it ended up impacting her in a positive way.
Click here to read Mary's experience.
"Early Detection Is the Key"
Shelly Romine is not embarrassed to ask others if they’ve scheduled their annual colonoscopy. As an oncology nurse navigator at Fairfield Medical Center, she has seen how this simple procedure can save countless patients from a late-stage colorectal cancer diagnosis.
Click here to read Shelly's experience.
"They Went Above and Beyond For Me"
As a retired firefighter, Alan Vandewater is used to helping others, not being the one in need of help. So when pneumonia landed him at Fairfield Medical Center twice, he found himself struggling with something he had never experienced before – the inability to care for himself.
Click here to read Alan's experience.
"Life is Beautiful"
Fran Miller isn’t about to let cancer define who she is a person – and neither will the staff at Fairfield Medical Center.
Click here to read Fran's experience.
"We All Had the Same Goal"
After just three weeks of rehabilitation at Fairfield Medical Center, wrestler Coleton Chase was able to compete in one of the biggest tournaments of his career.
Click here to read Coleton's experience.
"My New Friend Helped Me Heal"
A scary situation introduced 7-year-old Sophia Williams to a life-long friend – thanks to the staff at River View Surgery Center.
Click here to read Sophia's experience.
"I Couldn't Have Scripted it Better"
A recent stroke showed local pastor John Beckett that the best care he could receive was right in his own backyard.
Click here to read John's experience.
“I Was Treated With Kindness and Respect”
Giving a child up for adoption
is a difficult decision for any
mother. Luckily, Abbygael Eigel
found support at a time when
she needed it the most.
Click here to read Abbygael's experience.
"I'm Back to Living My Life"
When Stacy Thompson decided she no
longer wanted her life to be controlled by
severe acid reflux, she didn’t have to
look far to find help.
Click here to read Stacy's experience.