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  • Revenue Decline Leads To Furloughs At Fcmh

    Washington Court House, OHIO (April 6, 2020) – Due to a decline in patient volume in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Fayette County Memorial Hospital (FCMH) has had to furlough seventy-one of its 352 full and part-time employees beginning April 1 and lasting at least thirty days. By utilizing the furlough process these healthcare workers will retain their health insurance with the ...

  • Donated Medical Supplies Being Accepted

    Washington Court House, OHIO (March 26, 2020) – After receiving calls from the community and a handful of donations, Fayette County Memorial Hospital (FCMH) and Fayette County Emergency Management Agency (FCEMA) have coordinated to collect donations of medical supplies to assist first responders and healthcare workers in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. The following list of supplies ...

  • COVID-19 TESTING LIMITED

    Washington Court House, OHIO (March 20, 2020) – Fayette County Memorial Hospital (FCMH) has updated its COVID-19 testing standards to follow the recommendations set forth by the Governor and the Ohio Department of Health. “Due to the limited supply of COVID-19 tests available, effective immediately, testing for the virus is limited to healthcare workers and those whose illness is ...

  • FCMH AND ADENA HEALTH SYSTEM SIGN LETTER OF INTENT

    WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, OH (January 23, 2020) – Fayette County Memorial Hospital’s (FCMH) Board of Trustees has voted unanimously to explore becoming part of Adena Health System. In its first meeting of the New Year, the Trustees and Adena have agreed to a non-binding letter of intent to, over the course of 2020, look into taking the current partnership to the next level. “Our ...

  • FCMH Partnership with Adena Yielding Results

    Washington Court House, OH (November 13, 2019) – It’s been just over a year since Fayette County Memorial (FCMH) Hospital signed a formal affiliation agreement with Adena Health System and the benefits are proving so valuable that the FCMH Board of Trustees has reaffirmed their desire to continue the affiliation and explore opportunities to work more closely for the betterment of ...

  • Request for Proposal: Medication Cabinets, Infusion Pumps and IV Poles

    Fayette County Memorial Hospital (FCMH) is a county owned hospital that serves Fayette and the surrounding counties, operates under ORC § 339, and follows the competitive bidding process outlined under ORC § 307.87. FCMH is currently designated as a Critical Access Hospital (CAH), is accredited by The Joint Commission (TJC), and provides 24/7 Emergency Department services to the area. ...

  • FCMH to Add Oncology Services in Relationship with Adena

    Washington Court House, OH (August 5, 2019) – Fayette County residents who have been diagnosed with cancer or a hematologic disorder will soon be able to receive oncology and hematology services close to home. Fayette County Memorial Hospital (FCMH) and Adena Health System are extending their collaborative relationship for the development of the FCMH Cancer Care Clinic scheduled to open in ...

  • FCMH FOUNDATION FLIPPIN' FOR FUN (DS) EVENT RETURNS FOR ANOTHER YEAR

    If you are a fan of the popular HGTV show Flea Market Flip, or always wanted to try your hand at re-purposing something old into something new, the FCMH Foundation invites you to take part in the local version of the challenge, Flippin’ for Fun(ds). All for fun and a good cause, the proceeds will benefit the FCMH Foundation. The contest entails a team – which could be one person, a ...

  • Partners in Pink Expands Offerings

    The Fayette County Memorial Hospital (FCMH) Foundation has announced that, due to generous donations of businesses within the community, support services to breast cancer patients and survivors are being expanded. Breast cancer patients and breast cancer survivors are eligible for pampering and support to help them in their healing. Services provided offer comfort to breast cancer patients and ...

  • FCMH REFLECTS ON POSITIVE 2018

    Fayette County Memorial Hospital had a successful 2018 on several levels, according to CEO Mike Diener. The most notable is a $4.4 million dollar bottom line improvement from the previous calendar year. The positive bottom line is due to several factors, including an 18.7% growth in outpatient service line revenue and a positive shift in the overall hospital payer mix. Working to improve the mix ...

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