When Life Brings You Challenges, Kick Back
1/28/2015

When Life Brings You Challenges, Kick Back

Mother/daughter duo says their vascular surgeon at Fairfield Medical Center saved
their lives from two very different diseases.
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Back To Saving Lives
1/28/2015

Back To Saving Lives

During a fire at the Lancaster Campground, Craig Spiller grabbed the heavy hose off of the fire truck and began to carry it toward the fire – just as the Lancaster Firefighter had done many times before. While trying to maneuver the hose, he heard a loud “pop” in his right shoulder. He immediately knew something was not right due to the pain and lack of mobility in his shoulder. Read More
Back To Her Stride
1/28/2015

Back To Her Stride

One day, Pamela Jones would love to be able to walk around Cedar Point with her son and not have to worry about pain in her legs.

With the help of Dr. Krishna Mannava, board-certified vascular surgeon at Fairfield Medical Center, she’s optimistic that day will eventually come. Read More
FMC's Vascular Lab Receives IAC Accreditation
1/28/2015

FMC's Vascular Lab Receives IAC Accreditation

The Fairfield Medical Center Vascular Lab was granted a three-year term of accreditation in vascular testing by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission. This accreditation covers extracranial cerebrovascular testing, peripheral venous arterial and vascular testing.
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Extinguishing Heartburn, GERD and Acid Reflux
1/28/2015

Extinguishing Heartburn, GERD and Acid Reflux

Whether it’s regurgitation, bloating, acid reflux or all of the above, one-third of U.S. citizens who live with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) know the meaning of the word discomfort.

That’s why more than 1,000 people have sought relief from the Fairfield Medical Heartburn Center in just two years. Read More
FMC Physicians Are Tackling Injuries On The Field
1/27/2015

FMC Physicians Are Tackling Injuries On The Field

As the former Lancaster High School senior took the field for the Lancaster vs. Twinsburg football game, he felt invincible and unstoppable. But in an instant, everything changed. Read More
Tiny Pump Big Rewards
1/27/2015

Tiny Pump Big Rewards

Gary Dials enjoys the simple things in life, like hugging his grandkids and basking in the sunshine from his front porch.

He treasures every moment because, as a four-time heart attack survivor, he knows how lucky he is to be alive.
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The Monitor - Fall 2014
10/24/2014

The Monitor - Fall 2014

Just a year after undergoing open heart surgery at Fairfield Medical Center, Roger Woods takes the hike of a lifetime. Four-time heart attack survivor says innovative heart pump, coupled with the teamwork of his physicians, saved his life. Meet the CEO of Fairfield Medical Center, Jack Janoso.

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The Monitor - Spring 2014
5/21/2014

The Monitor - Spring 2014

Individuals experiencing heart attack symptoms are encouraged to dial, not drive. Pulmonologists can now locate and test small, hard-to-reach nodules in the lungs. Project BRIGHT is just one construction project that has changed the face of FMC over the years.

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The Monitor - Winter 2014
1/1/2014

The Monitor - Winter 2014

Fairfield Medical Center administrators are putting patients first during the hospital’s facility expansion project (called Project BRIGHT) by parking in a remote lot to reserve closer parking spaces for patients and visitors.

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