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Experience the Compassion

We provide the fastest access to doctors and treatment, using the highest technology and delivered by specialists who can diagnose and treat your emergency promptly. With extreme access to wide-ranging ED services and convenient locations close to you, we deliver every available resource to help the healing process. For emergency care you can trust, trust your family to ours.

Main Campus
Fairfield Medical Center

Main Campus
401 N Ewing St.
Lancaster, OH 43130

The Emergency Department is located on the north side of Fairfield Medical Center at the North Entrance.

For information, please call 740-687-8100.

River Valley Campus
Fairfield Medical Center

River Valley Campus
2384 N. Memorial Dr.
Lancaster, OH 43130

The Emergency Department is located on the south side of River Valley Campus. It is accessible from both Memorial Dr. and Columbus St. and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

For information, please call 740-687-8100.

First Medical Urgent Care
First Medical Urgent Care

An Affiliate of Fairfield Medical Center

1201 River Valley Blvd.
Lancaster, OH 43130

For fast care of minor injuries and ailments, you can come to First Medical Urgent Care, an Affiliate of Fairfield Medical Center. Residents who do not have a primary care provider or are unable to get an appointment with their physician can have instant access to quality medical care, no appointment necessary. We treat both adults and children, accept most insurance plans, and offer extended hours to accommodate your schedule.

For information, please call 740-687-CARE (2273).

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Emergency Care You Can Count On

At Fairfield Medical Center, you will experience the difference.  Our team is genuinely concerned about your health and ready to access every available resource to help the healing process.

Led by specially trained doctors and nurses, our Urgent Care and Emergency Departments are prepared to handle all your emergency needs – from heart attacks, strokes and illnesses to broken bones and pediatric care.

Fast. Speedy. Immediate.

Call it what you will, it’s what you expect when you come into our Emergency Departments – and it’s exactly what we deliver. Our intake process quickly identifies patients’ needs in order to expedite critical care. Fairfield Medical Center’s Emergency Department teams work hand-in-hand with other departments and physicians to put urgency back into emergency care and provide the best care available.

Accredited Chest Pain Centers

STEMI Alerts Save Lives

ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) is a very serious type of heart attack during which one of the heart’s major arteries is blocked.

When a STEMI alert is called, our response team is ready to immediately transport the patient to the Cath Lab upon arrival to receive the life-saving care needed. Fairfield Medical Center’s commitment to national heart standards is why we’ve been named an Accredited Chest Pain Center by the Society of Chest Pain Centers.

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See Your Family Doctor First

Unless you are having a serious medical emergency, your family physician should be your first choice for care. He or she has the relationship and records of history that serve you better when non-emergency care is needed. If you are in need of a family physician, please visit our Find a Doctor link to locate a physician in your area.

Fairfield Medical Center Stroke Care

Bringing The Best Minds Bedside

Thanks to our advanced stroke telemedicine partnership with the The Ohio State University Medical Center’s Comprehensive Stroke Center, nationally recognized neurological experts can remotely evaluate you and make diagnoses and treatment recommendations to emergency medicine doctors right at the bedside, turning advanced care and consultation from hours into life-saving minutes.

In addition, Fairfield Medical Center is designated as a Primary Stroke Center by both The Joint Commision and the American Heart Association, which means we make exceptional efforts to foster better outcomes for stroke care and the services we provide have the critical elements to achieve long-term success.