We are people you know offering care you trust. Serving more than 250,000 residents in Fairfield, Perry, Hocking and Athens counties and employing more than 2,000 individuals, Fairfield Medical Center is proud of its role in the community. Our 222-bed, nonprofit, 501(C)3 hospital located in Lancaster, Ohio, provides full-service, general acute health services.
Several affiliated groups generously assist Fairfield Medical Center. Since 1948, more than 20 TWIG groups have been formed to support the Center. Many volunteers donate their time and talents to assist patients, visitors and staff. The Volunteer Chaplain Program, formed in 1977 and comprised of area ministers, supports the spiritual needs of patients.
As a not-for-profit healthcare facility, Fairfield Medical Center is committed to providing medically necessary treatment to persons in need, regardless of their ability to pay.
Fairfield Medical Center is pleased to announce that it has been named one of the Top 10 Workplaces in Central Ohio for 2014. The awards are based on the results of staff surveys conducted by Columbus CEO magazine and Channel 10 WBNS-TV. Congratulations to all for making FMC such a great place to work!
Fairfield Medical Center’s Team provides efficient, compassionate, safe, high quality healthcare for patients and their families.
Fairfield Medical Center, its employees, and its medical staff will continue to strive to provide primary and specialty care to meet the needs of patients in Southeastern Ohio. The compassionate care is offered in modern facilities using a patient/family centered care model that embraces teaching, learning, technology, and innovation to provide the highest levels of quality and safety for our patients, visitors, and staff. FMC is a community owned healthcare provider that contributes to the economic success of the communities it serves.