Renee Reindle’s family and the staff at Fairfield Medical Center have kept her strong in the biggest fight of her life.
Rick Cochran and wife Denise Bauer have discovered what truly matters in life after Rick’s near-fatal battle with sepsis.
When Mike Henwood of Lancaster arrived at Fairfield Medical Center after suffering an aortic aneurysm, he was in dire straits – but luckily, he found himself in capable hands.
As a long-time volunteer, Becky Wilmot is a familiar face at Fairfield Medical Center; so, when she needed to have her shoulder replaced, the decision to have the procedure done where she was most comfortable was a no-brainer. “I have all the confidence in the world in Fairfield Medical Center and the care they provide,” she shared.
Committed to getting his care at FMC, Glouster resident Ken Bussart drove two hours round trip every week for cardiac rehab.
Intuition and the quick work of Fairfield Medical Center’s Emergency Department saved 2-year-old Summerly Costantino from a dangerous allergic reaction.
Lancaster High School student Emi Reindle recently presented the FMC Foundation with a check for $600 for the Cancer Care Fund. Emi hosted a fundraiser in cooperation with TWIG One during the Cancer Care Run in October to honor her mother, Renee Reindle, who was diagnosed with breast cancer last year.
The Southeastern Ohio United States Bowling Congress (USBC) hosted Strike Out Breast Cancer in October 2018 at Tiki Lanes in Lancaster. Through T-shirt sales and raffle prizes, 135 bowlers raised roughly $8,816 and donated $7,816 to the Fairfield Medical Center Foundation Cancer Care Fund.