On June 28, Kyle and Katie VanAtta and their new son, Landon, were the first recipients of a Lancaster High School keepsake football.
On April 27, Fairfield Medical Center and the Community Heart Watch committee recognized seven Lancaster City Schools staff members for their lifesaving actions during a medical emergency in January 2021.
Through the heartbreaking loss of their daughter – Lacy Mae Meadows McClellan – Danielle Meadows McClellan and her husband, Thomas, have become beacons of hope and healing for others in the infant loss community.
In March 2021, Fairfield Medical Center’s Bariatric Services Program received national recognition from the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP), officially certifying the service as a Center of Excellence.
Dr. Angeline Stergiou of Fairfield Healthcare Professionals Psychiatry and Health Psychology has been named a recipient of the Friend of ADAMH Award, which is presented by the Fairfield County Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health (ADAMH) Board.
As 2020 drew to a close, STEMI Coordinator Deserae “Des” Belcher, RN, recruited the help of leadership to honor and thank the departments essential to providing such outstanding cardiac care: the Cath Lab, Emergency Department and Open-Heart Teams.
In recent news, countries across the world – including the United States – have reported finding “variant strains” of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Fairfield Medical Center received an early Christmas present Wednesday with the arrival of the highly-anticipated Moderna COVID-19 vaccination, which received emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) late last week.
You’ll find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the new COVID-19 vaccines, which are designed to prevent and protect against infection from the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2).
Recently, members of Fairfield Medical Center’s cardiac and emergency response team hit the road to honor some of their greatest teammates in the region: first responders.
Learn more about FMC’s innovative valve replacement technology and what it means for the community.
Congratulations to FMC’s Heartburn Center for performing 100 LINX procedures. The 100th procedure was performed on May 20th by Jeffrey Yenchar, M.D., medical director of the Heartburn Center.
Fairfield Medical Center’s highest priority is the safety of the public and as the healthcare leaders in the region, it is our responsibility to help minimize the spread of
COVID-19. Due to the potential risk of attendees at large gatherings, Fairfield Medical Center and the Fairfield Medical Center Foundation will not be hosting the following events in 2020:
- FMC Foundation Annual Golf Outing (June 1)
- Free Sports Physicals (June 6): To schedule a free sports physical, call 740-689-4935 or learn more at fmchealth.org.
- Annual Bike Race at the Lancaster Festival (July 31)
- Autism Summer Camp (July 27-August 7)
- Healthfest (August 8)
- Gordon B. Snider Heart & Lung Run (August 8)
- Color Mile Fun Run (August 8)
We take great pride in conducting safe community events and we appreciate all the effort that went into coordinating these events. We also are incredibly thankful for the understanding of our community partners and members during this time.
Please contact the FMC Foundation team at 740-687-8107 if you are interested in learning more about tax deductible donations.
Thank you for helping prevent the spread of COVID-19. Click here to learn about additional ways you can help during this time.
Fairfield Medical Center is excited to announce its participation in the COVID-19 investigational treatment study led by the Mayo Clinic, which provides convalescent plasma infusions as a treatment for patients experiencing severe or life-threatening complications from COVID-19.
Fairfield Medical Center is pleased to announce that it has been named a 2020 TOP WORKPLACE by Columbus CEO magazine in the large companies category (companies with more than 350 employees). Through this award, Central Ohio companies in small, midsize and large categories are recognized for creating and maintaining environments where employees feel appreciated, engaged and energized to do their best work. This is the fourth time FMC has received the Top Workplace honor.
Communities around central Ohio are cancelling or postponing events and taking additional precautions to reduce the spread of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Many of FMC’s community events have been postponed or canceled; however, there are still ways to give back.
FMC is working with the Ohio Department of Health to reduce the number of opioid-related deaths in Fairfield County.
Opening for the first time on June 20 during a “sneak peek” open house for the community, there were a lot of people eager to catch a glimpse of the new facility.
We are proud to announce that Fairfield Medical Center has been named a 2019 TOP WORKPLACE by Columbus CEO magazine.
Fairfield Medical Center is proud to receive, for the second year in a row, the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines® Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award.
Fairfield Medical Center and the Greenfield Township Fire Department recognized the lifesaving efforts of staff at Matt Taylor Kia.
With the help of our generous community, the FMC Foundation was able to contribute $112,964 to support Maternity services at Fairfield Medical Center.
A new, minimally invasive treatment option for patients living with a common form of valvular heart disease is now being offered at Fairfield Medical Center.
On Friday, Dec. 20, Fairfield Medical Center and the Greenfield Township Fire Department worked together to accomplish a common goal: to increase CPR awareness in the community.
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.