Our Mission: 
To provide high quality, family-centered healthcare, to the people of Fairview and surrounding communities.

Our Vision:
To be perceived by the community as a provider of the highest quality healthcare, to have patient outcomes that rank in the top tier of the industry, to be known for excellent patient and employee satisfaction ratings, and to be recognized as the leader in health and wellness promotion in our community.

Our Values:
Confidence, Quality, Integrity, Collaboration Frugality, Community Orientation.

Latest News

    • 11 MAR 15
    50 or older-Are you at Risk for Colorectal Cancer?

    50 or older-Are you at Risk for Colorectal Cancer?

          A risk factor is anything that affects your chance of getting a disease such as cancer. Different cancers have different risk factors. For example, exposing skin to strong sunlight is a risk factor for skin cancer. Smoking is a risk factor for lung cancer, as well as many others. The most common” Risk Factors”

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    • 05 NOV 14

    Easy Ways to Explore the Outdoors

    Spending time outside exploring and connecting with nature has proven mental and physical health benefits. From lowering your blood pressure and reducing stress to improving your immune system and reducing the risk of mental illness, a little time outside is just what the doctor ordered. Below are some ideas to fit more time outside into

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    • 10 SEP 14

    New Sleep Specialist Services available at FRMC !

    Can’t Sleep? Up all night?  Maybe we can help! To bring new services to enrich the health care needs of the Fairview community and service area, a new partnership has been developed between Fairview Regional Medical Center and St Anthony Hospital to offer diagnoses and treatment of a wide range of sleep disorders including: Sleep

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    • 05 AUG 14

    Frmc Meets OHA Challenge of 92% Health Care Worker Influenza Vacination

    Oklahoma hospitals meet 92 percent influenza vaccine challenge  Fairview Regional Medical Center was one of Sixty Oklahoma hospitals recently met a challenge from the Oklahoma Hospital Association to achieve a health care worker influenza vaccination rate of 92 percent or higher during the 2013-2014 flu season. “Influenza is associated with 36,000 deaths per year and

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