To positively influence the health of those we serve.
The State of Illinois Department of Public Health
Accredited and Certified By:
- The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
- American College of Radiology – Mammography Imaging Services
- College of American Pathologists Proficiency Accredited
Fairfield Memorial Hospital is a fully accredited, not-for-profit Critical Access Hospital. The Hospital has 25 acute-care beds and a workforce of over 250 employees. The medical staff at Fairfield Memorial Hospital is comprised of over 90 credentialed physicians and healthcare providers. Fairfield Memorial Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission, which means that they voluntarily sought inspection by The Joint Commission to survey the quality of patient care, services, equipment, and facility.
Horizon Healthcare, an affiliate of Fairfield Memorial Hospital, is a Certified Hospital Based-Rural Health Clinic with a medical group consisting of four doctors (Christopher Ballard, MD; Wesley Thompson, MD; Marla Lafikes, MD; and Nicole Fyie, MD) and three mid-level providers (Kayla Bell, PA-C, Sherry Mewes, APN, FNP, and John Snowden, PA-C). All physicians are Board Certified in Family Medicine and the mid-level providers are certified. Horizon Healthcare cares for newborns through geriatrics. To schedule an appointment with any of the providers at Horizon Healthcare call 618-842-4617.
Our sole purpose is to provide excellence in healthcare to the communities we serve, and are committed to community health education, wellness, and preventive medicine. We are located in the Southeastern Illinois County of Wayne. Wayne County is one of the largest counties in Illinois in regards to square miles (713.9 M).
Our Mission in Action
Fairfield Memorial Hospital provided $28.2 million dollars of charity care, uncompensated care, and community benefits for those in Wayne County and the surrounding communities in 2009.
We are committed to making the citizens of our community healthy – from individuals and families to schools and neighborhoods. We are committed to meeting the healthcare needs of all residents, regardless of their ability to pay. We strive to be highly efficient and good stewards of our resources while working to improve the health and healthcare in the communities we serve.
It’s more than healthcare services at our hospital. It’s also the people helped by our outreach programs and other care that make our community a healthy place to live.
To download the full 2009 Community Benefits Report, click here.
To download the full 2012 Community Benefits Report, click here.