Special Visitation Policy in place during Flu Season
In response to increased flu activity, visitor restrictions have been put into effect at Fisher-Titus Medical Center. The policy was set in place Friday, Dec. 19 as a safety measure to protect patients during this unique flu season, according to Tami Binger, RN, infection control practiioner. Read more about this policy before planning your visit to Fisher-Titus.
Early Heart Attack Care: Know the Signs
For many years, researchers have been intrigued by a disturbing pattern: Deadly heart attacks increase during the winter holiday season. One study even found distinct spikes around Christmas and New Year's Day, according to an article on WebMD.com. Is it the cold weather, the stress of the holiday season or both? Whatever the reason, it is important that you are educated on the early symptoms of a heart attack. Click here to learn more.
Lorna Strayer Named President and CEO of Fisher-Titus Medical Center
Lorna Strayer of Milan has been named president and chief executive officer of Fisher-Titus Medical Center, according to an announcement by Matt Gross, chairman of the Fisher-Titus Medical Center board of directors. Read more.
As one of the 15 Ohio hospitals with this designation, Fisher-Titus Medical Center is proud to be recognized as one of the nation’s Most Wired. This achievement is a result of an exceptional team effort, not only from the Information Services Department but from all our employees, physicians, board members and volunteers. Read more.