Our Fisher-Titus health system proudly serves the greater Huron County area’s 70,000-plus residents by providing a full continuum of health and wellness care, including Fisher-Titus Medical Center, a 99- bed acute care hospital; Norwalk Memorial Home, a 69-bed skilled nursing facility; Carriage House, a 48-unit assisted living facility; a Home Health Center; emergency transport through North Central EMS; and outpatient services, including lab services, imaging and physical rehabilitation.
Fisher-Titus has 1,300 employees, over 200 active medical staff members representing 35 medical specialties, and an amazing network of 175 volunteers that help keep our patient and visitor experiences enjoyable.
As a not-for-profit health system, year after year we reinvest a significant portion of our earnings into programs that improve the health and wellness of the communities we serve.
Our Mission is to provide safe, quality health care in a cost effective manner while respecting the dignity and uniqueness of each individual we serve.
Our Vision is to enhance the quality of life and safety of each person we serve.
Although "Fisher-Titus" made its debut in 1957, the Medical Center's proud history dates back to 1916 when the 38-bed Norwalk Memorial Hospital (NMH) opened its doors at 269 West Main Street. The first facility was constructed thanks to the vision and generosity of local citizens, businesses and organizations that purchased "subscriptions" totaling $27,000 to build a community hospital for Norwalk and Huron County.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center's rich tradition of providing the community with high-quality health care continued in 1957 when Fisher-Titus Memorial Hospital opened at 272 Benedict Ave. in Norwalk, Ohio.