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March Kicks Off Colorectal Awareness Month

Starting at age 45, both men and women who do not have a family history of colorectal cancer are encouraged to have a colonoscopy, according to recommendations from the American Cancer Society. Known as the second deadliest cancer in the United States, colorectal cancer encompasses any cancer that starts in the colon or rectum. It often begins as benign polyps that cause little to no symptoms. By the time patients begin experiencing symptoms, which can include change in bowel habits, abdominal discomfort and rectal bleeding, the cancer may already be in the advanced stages.

Celebrating One Year of Robotic Surgery at Fairfield Medical Center

Since its introduction in February 2022, more than 400 patients have benefitted from Fairfield Medical Center’s robotic surgery program, which provides access to advanced lung biopsy technology and minimally invasive surgical techniques.

Platinum Sponsor - Park National Bank
Park National Bank Becomes a Platinum Sponsor

Park National Bank has been a valuable resource and supporter of the FMC Foundation for nearly 15 years.

Understanding Chest Pain

Without a medical provider, there is no simple way to tell whether or not chest pain is associated with the heart. Learning more about causes and characteristics can help you be better prepared to put your health first.

Health Resources


Bariatric Care

Breast cancer survivor Carla with her care team

Cancer Care

First staff member at FMC being vaccinated


Butch Murphy family

Stories of Giving

Robert Jones FMC TAVR patient

Heart & Vascular Care

Senior woman doing yoga in exercise class

Health & Wellness

Shannon Russell with baby Ellis


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Corporate News

Two Women eating Healthy Meal In Kitchen


Sondra Kern

Orthopedic Care


Outpatient Therapy


Patient Stories

5 kids heads in a circle


A young doctor shares her tablet with the patient. The patient smiles as she looks at the doctor.

Women's Health

Experience Fairfield Medical Center

The Monitor, Spring 2022The Monitor is Fairfield Medical Center’s periodic publication featuring FMC patients telling the story of their care experience. The magazine not only offers an opportunity share patient stories, but also to celebrate our caregivers.