About

A  Tradition of Caring

March 17, 1949 Veterans groups

Fayette County Memorial Hospital’s tradition of caring began in 1944 with a small group of civic minded individuals who sought to provide the community with a modern, well equipped hospital. As a result of their dedication, Memorial Hospital, named in honor of the county’s servicemen and women of all wars, opened its doors on May 8, 1950. For over five decades, FCMH has been a part of this community. Our families, physicians and employees work here just as you and your family. We understand the importance good health plays in your life and we continually strive to provide you with the most advanced health care to help you enjoy life to the fullest.

Today, FCMH is proud to remain a county owned, non-profit hospital governed by a Board of Trustees selected by the Fayette County Commissioners, The Common Pleas Judge and Probate Judge.

 

Dedication of the hospital May 7, 1950
Dedication of the hospital May 7, 1950

FCMH’s tradition of providing compassionate care continues to help thousands of people every year. FCMH has grown in size and services, yet retained the gentle, personal touch that is our heritage. The FCMH Team is made up of over 300 highly skilled, compassionate health care professionals who never forget the healing power of human touch. Over the years, we have added new medical specialties, equipment, technology, facilities and staff to continue to provide quality patient care and to meet the changing needs of healthcare and our patients.

The FCMH Team thanks you for visiting our website. We look forward to the future to continue to grow with the support of those we have the privilege of serving.

FCMH Mission, Vision & Values

Mission

To improve the health of our community by providing high quality patient care and education.

Vision

To be the health and wellness provider of choice in the community.

Values

Patients First
Continuous Improvement
Succeed Through Teamwork