At Fairfield Medical Center, their goal is for every patient and visitor to have a positive experience, regardless of whether their stay is just for an hour or a couple of days. They want everybody to leave their facility knowing they or their loved ones received the best care possible and to feel that they were treated as an individual – not a number.
Several affiliated groups generously assist Fairfield Medical Center. Since 1948, more than 20 TWIG groups have been formed to support the Center. Many volunteers donate their time and talents to assist patients, visitors and staff. The Volunteer Chaplain Program, formed in 1977 and comprised of area ministers, supports the spiritual needs of patients.
As a not-for-profit healthcare facility, Fairfield Medical Center is committed to providing medically necessary treatment to persons in need, regardless of their ability to pay.