Snider Cardiovascular Institute
Roger Woods didn’t know he had a life-threatening heart condition until a Fairﬁeld Medical Center cardiologist diagnosed him during a routine visit. Following open heart surgery, Roger was committed to “being the best heart patient in the world” and getting back to an even healthier, more active life. FMC’s Dr. Gordon B. Snider Cardiovascular Institute is committed to creating a healthy, heart safe community. Click here to learn more about Roger's journey.
When a heart attack strikes, receiving fast, life-saving care is critical. Fairﬁeld Medical Center knows every second counts, so we partner with emergency personnel and other healthcare providers around the area to ensure that emergency cardiac patients are quickly evaluated, transported and treated. Click here to see how FMC, and its partners, are leading the way with rapid-response cardiac care.
A heart attack can happen anywhere, without warning. Fairﬁeld Medical Center’s Dr. Gordon B. Snider Cardiovascular Institute is striving to make our community a safer place by training individuals of all ages to be able to help in these life-threatening situations. In fact, more than 10,000 area students have been trained in potentially life-saving CPR, ensuring our schools are more prepared for a heart attack. Click here to see more about how we are making our community safer.
Dr. Gordon B. Snider Cardiovascular Institute
Named after the physician who brought the first intensive care unit to Fairfield Medical Center, the Snider Cardiovascular Institute brings together more than 30 physicians with specialties in cardiology, interventional radiology, vascular services, internal medicine, family practice, nephrology and cardiothoracic surgery for the advancement of cardiovascular care in Southeastern Ohio.
The Fairfield Medical Center Snider Cardiovascular Institute is dedicated to the progression of heart care in our community. At its foundation is a team of multidisciplinary physicians who work together to develop and implement protocols that improve cardiovascular patient care delivery, including the speed at which heart care is delivered. Institute physicians are committed to providing community education about the risk factors, signs and symptoms and ways to prevent cardiovascular disease.
To contact the Snider Cardiovascular Institute, call 740-689-6893.