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A Second Chance at Life
9/6/2017

A Second Chance at Life

Four out of five people don’t survive a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm, with the from the FMC team, Don Dupler was one of the lucky ones.
The Root of the Problem
8/23/2017

The Root of the Problem

Ron Ramey thought his on-again, off-again chest pain was just a symptom of acid reflux – until a trip to FMC’s Emergency Department uncovered a serious cardiac problem.
FMC Among First in Ohio to Offer World's Smallest Pacemaker
5/4/2017

FMC Among First in Ohio to Offer World's Smallest Pacemaker

Fairfield Medical Center is proud to become one of the first hospitals in Ohio to offer the world’s smallest pacemaker for patients with bradycardia.
Keeping the Pace
2/20/2017

Keeping the Pace

Afib patient Jay Truesdell is back in action following cryoablation procedure.
Experience the Success
2/26/2016

Experience the Success

Heart surgery changed Mary Boley’s life forever, but not in the way she expected.
Highway to Health
11/17/2015

Highway to Health

Committed to getting his care at FMC, Glouster resident Ken Bussart drove two hours round trip every week for cardiac rehab.
Heart Safe Champions Presented With Award From FMC, SADS
10/30/2015

Heart Safe Champions Presented With Award From FMC, SADS

Three individuals were recognized earlier this month for their dedication to helping schools become better prepared to respond to a cardiac emergency.
Fairfield Medical Center, Local EMS Honored by American Heart Association
9/4/2015

Fairfield Medical Center, Local EMS Honored by American Heart Association

Fairfield Medical Center, in addition to the Lancaster Fire Department and Pleasant Township Fire Department, were recognized for excellence in heart attack care during an award ceremony and breakfast on Aug. 5.
FMC Treats First Patient in National Research Study
8/31/2015

FMC Treats First Patient in National Research Study

Congratulations to Krishna Mannava, M.D., and Omar Al-Nouri, D.O., of Fairfield Healthcare Professionals Vascular Surgery, who enrolled and treated the first patient in a national research study called The LUCY Study. Fairfield Medical Center is one of 45 sites in the United States to participate in this study, which is led by TriVascular Technologies, Inc. out of Santa Rosa, CA.
Nothing Is Going To Break My Stride
7/21/2015

Nothing Is Going To Break My Stride

A recent brush with death isn’t holding Ed Readman back from inspiring others living with heart disease.