Fisher-Titus Medical Center serves Norwalk, Huron County and the region with the latest medical advancements providing the area’s 70,000-plus residents a full continuum of care, including a 99- bed acute care hospital; a 69-bed skilled nursing facility; a 48-unit assisted living facility; a Home Health Center; and outpatient services.
The Medical Center is known for its high-quality, safe patient care, having received numerous recognitions for the hospital and individual departments.
In 2010, Fisher-Titus became the nation’s first all-digital “smart” community hospital after implementing a fully integrated electronic health record system and interactive technology in patient rooms powered by Cerner Corporation.
The Medical Center has earned designation as one of the nation’s Most Wired Hospitals every year since 2012.
The Medical Center is part of the Fisher-Titus Health system that includes an employed physician group, emergency transportation service, and retail pharmacy.
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.