FCMH opens new surgery center


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Dr. William Stevenson, general surgeon, cuts the ribbon on the new FCMH Surgery Center with the help of FCMH staff and board, Chamber Ambassadors, County Commissioners and guests.


The Fayette County Memorial Hospital (FCMH) held a ribbon cutting and open house to reveal their new surgery center recently at the hospital, 1430 Columbus Ave. in Washington C.H.

With over 4,500 square feet, the center features seven updated patient rooms, private assessment testing and consultation rooms. There is also a spacious waiting area with Wi-Fi access, television and a coffee station for visitors to use while waiting on their friend’s or loved one’s procedure.

Chelsie Hornsby, director of marketing at FCMH, said she is excited about the new possibilities for the center and what it means for local residents.

“Patients will go to the surgery center for pre- and post-testing, and recovery after surgery,” she said. “FCMH is capable of providing a wide variety of surgical procedures, including ear, nose and throat, general surgery, gynecologic, urologic, orthopaedics, eye surgery, pain procedures, pulmonary, and plastic surgery.”

Dr. William Stevenson, general surgeon, cuts the ribbon on the new FCMH Surgery Center with the help of FCMH staff and board, Chamber Ambassadors, County Commissioners and guests.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/02/web1_22217FCMHSurgCtr.jpgDr. William Stevenson, general surgeon, cuts the ribbon on the new FCMH Surgery Center with the help of FCMH staff and board, Chamber Ambassadors, County Commissioners and guests.

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