We provide a patient experience focused on you as a person, delivering the tailored medical care you’re searching for.
FMC’s free education seminars offer an opportunity to ask the experts, connect, and learn about tips for healthy living.
Calling all runners, walkers and everyone in-between! Join us on Saturday, Aug. 13 for the 2022 Heart & Lung Run to support health and healing in your community.
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We offer a wide range of healthcare professionals at 14 close-to-you locations and can help you find a provider who best suits your medical needs.
Diagnosis, treatments, support groups and rehab from providers who treat you like family.
Heart & Vascular Care
State-of-the-art equipment, comprehensive diagnostic services and advanced treatment options.
We’ve delivered over 75,000 babies! Our experience is your source of comfort during this exciting time.
Our orthopedic team is focused on increasing your mobility, performance and well-being.
ER & Urgent Care
We provide the fastest access to doctors and treatments, using the latest technologies.
Our therapists will help you improve your lifestyle, safety and ability to do the things you enjoy.
Our primary care team offers comprehensive care to all ages.
From urinary issues to sexual dysfunction, our treatment options and caring staff will serve you with dignity.
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Fairfield Medical Center is a vibrant healthcare organization focused on providing exceptional healthcare experiences to everyone it serves. We are in search of talented, passionate and dedicated people who are eager to deliver outstanding care.
When you join us, you become part of our team; it is our goal to not only be the best place you will ever work, but the only place you will want to work.
Latest FMC News
Community Heart Watch is proud to announce that its new CPR and AED mobile training unit will begin serving Fairfield, Hocking and Perry counties beginning this spring. The mobile training unit is a 14’ trailer equipped with CPR manikins and AED training devices. Throughout the year, Community Heart Watch members will bring the unit to various community events to provide hands-on training for CPR and AED use.