Fisher-Titus Medical Center



Our Mission:

Provide safe, quality health care, in a cost effective manner while respecting the dignity and uniqueness of each individual we serve.  Every Patient.  Every Time.

Our Vision:

To enhance the quality of life and safety of each person we serve.  Every Patient.  Every Time.

Fisher-Titus Medical Center provides comprehensive state-of-the-art health care services to residents of Norwalk, Huron County and surrounding communities with the latest medical advancements. We provide the area's 60,000 residents with a full continuum of care that includes Fisher-Titus Memorial Hospital, a 99-bed acute care hospital; Norwalk Memorial Home, a 69-bed skilled nursing facility; The Carriage House of Fisher-Titus, a 48-unit assisted living facility; and a Home Health Center.

As a non-profit community hospital, we are committed to offering patients the most advanced technology and medical treatment possible, while providing the highest level of personal care. Some 8,000 residents turn to us each month for inpatient, outpatient and emergency medical procedures.

Our Employees & Medical Staff

The members of the Fisher-Titus family are neighbors and friends who work as nurses, physical therapists, radiology technologists, social workers, medical and technical professionals, administrative personnel and important support staff including food services, cleaning services, building maintenance and financial services.


Awards

Awards & Accreditations

Fisher-Titus Medical Center offers Tomorrow's Technology with Today's Personal Care. This is accomplished through the expertise of our highly qualified physicians, the knowledge of our caring staff and the up-to-date technology used to treat our patients. All this adds up to Award-Winning Health Care. Recently, we were recognized with a variety of honors that demonstrate the high standards the Medical Center sets as it cares for our community.

Fisher-Titus Medical Center's Fully Accredited Chest Pain Center

accred_cpcFisher-Titus Medical Center is a fully Accredited Chest Pain Center. Click here to learn more.

Fisher-Titus Medical Center's Primary Stroke Certification

awardsFisher-Titus has Primary Stroke Certification from the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP), an independent, nationally recognized accreditation authority. Resulting from an extensive and objective review of our stroke program, this certification recognizes our commitment to providing outstanding stroke care to our patients and our community and our standards of excellence provided through our educational tools and support regarding stroke prevention, care and recovery. Learn more at www.hfap.org.

Level 3 Trauma Center

Fisher-Titus Medical Center was granted verified status as a Level 3 Trauma Center by the Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Department of Public Safety in December 2009. Fisher-Titus was the first area hospital to have this designation.

Other Noteworthy Awards & Accreditations

  • Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program
  • Leapfrog’s Hospital Safety Awards
  • Primary Stroke Center, HFAP
  • Level 3 Trauma Center
  • Commission on Cancer Accreditation with Commendation
  • HealthCare’s Most Wired
  • Stage 6 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model

 

 

Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 14, 2020
Full time
Fisher-Titus Medical Center · Materials Management Norwalk, OH Management Full Time, Day Shift, 7:30-4:30 Req # 4536 Position Description: The Director, Materials Management is accountable for materials management and for the development, implementation and management of the materials management strategy and day-to-day operations. The Director, Materials Management leads a team of professionals to achieve organizational goals, which include ensuring a cost effective inventory and procurement process with exceptional service levels. The Director, Materials Management is fundamentally responsible for the life cycle of clinical and non-clinical products and services utilized by the entire organization as well as the end to end value chain of supply management, and is the key person accountable for managing purchasing contracts, service agreements and working with GPO affiliates to ensure best pricing across the health system. The Director, Materials Management should engage leader (clinical and non-clinical) and physicians in proactively identifying, selecting, sourcing, procuring and distributing products and services for the health system. May also deal with significant issues that impact patients, such as product/service selection, physician preference items, supply chain service quality, product availability, emergency and disaster response management and hazardous waste items. Oversees hospital courier services. Optimizes the functionality of the current materials management system in support of the essential functions of the position. Assumes responsibility for researching and recommends technology that can enhance the capabilities of the department into the future.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 12, 2020
Full time
Under the supervision of the Facilities Department manager, has primary responsibility for accomplishing corrective maintenance and modifications to the Hospital Physical Plant. Corrective type repairs to restore buildings and mechanical plant equipment to its original or normal condition. Repairs of office equipment, repairs to support equipment, carpentry work, and electrical work. Assists in programs to maintain buildings, equipment, utilities, and distribution systems. Performs preventative maintenance programs necessary for the care of the the medical center's facilities. performs maintenance activities for specific areas of the maintenance department under direct supervision of lead technicians and department management (i.e. electrical, plumbing, HVAC, carpentry). Assist with documentation to assure compliance with regulatory, safety, accreditation, state, local, and federal requirements of assigned areas. Position Requirements: High School or Vocational School graduate or GED. Demonstrates basic knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and HVAC equipment and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance.  One or more years maintenance experience in a building trade setting, military, or other related experience. Demonstration of his/her ability to operate and maintain typical maintenance tools in accomplishing general utility maintenance is desirable. Knowledge of proper and safe use of hand and power tools. Basic understanding of building physical plant systems including electrical, plumbing, and carpentry.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 12, 2020
Part time
Under the supervision of the Facilities Department manager, has primary responsibility for accomplishing corrective maintenance and modifications to the Hospital Physical Plant. Corrective type repairs to restore buildings and mechanical plant equipment to its original or normal condition. Repairs of office equipment, repairs to support equipment, carpentry work, and electrical work. Assists in programs to maintain buildings, equipment, utilities, and distribution systems. Performs preventative maintenance programs necessary for the care of the the medical center's facilities. performs maintenance activities for specific areas of the maintenance department under direct supervision of lead technicians and department management (i.e. electrical, plumbing, HVAC, carpentry). Assist with documentation to assure compliance with regulatory, safety, accreditation, state, local, and federal requirements of assigned areas. Position Requirements: High School or Vocational School graduate or GED. Demonstrates basic knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and HVAC equipment and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance.  One or more years maintenance experience in a building trade setting, military, or other related experience. Demonstration of his/her ability to operate and maintain typical maintenance tools in accomplishing general utility maintenance is desirable. Knowledge of proper and safe use of hand and power tools. Basic understanding of building physical plant systems including electrical, plumbing, and carpentry.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 12, 2020
Part time
Primary responsibility for monitoring cardiac telemetry monitors for lethal arrhythmia's, as well as end tidal Co2 monitors and notifying the appropriate staff when necessary. Also responsible for various clerical functions involved in admitting and discharging patients, notifications to departments, and other support to managers and direct care staff. Reports to Critical Care and 2 North manager. Calls consults to physicians and documents notifications in EMR. Completes chart audit at beginning of shift to ensure consult notifications complete. Completes charge entry as indicated. Position Requirements:  High school graduate. Ability to read and understand medical terminology. Satisfactory completion of ECG course. Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word and Excel).
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 12, 2020
Fisher-Titus Medical Center · Imaging Services Norwalk, OH Patient Support-Clinical PRN-As Needed, Day Shift, Primarily 630a-5p or 730a-6p Req # 4453 Position Description: Provides general clerical assistance to the Imaging Department staff. Providing patient care duties including patient transport, maintains transportation devices, i.e. wheelchairs, stretchers. Performs other duties as required. Position Requirements: High School graduate or equivalent Proficient in Microsoft Office, Word and Excel Ability to communicate effectively Basic medical terminology preferred Must show initiative, maturity and effeciveness in dealing with people CPR certified, or obtained within 30 days of hire
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 12, 2020
Full time
Manages individualized, goal-directed RN nursing care through use of the nursing process and the principles of primary nursing in accordance with departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Charge nurse responsibilities as assigned. Position Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.  Demonstrated proficiency in acute care nursing, knowledge, and skills.  Current registration in the state or eligibility to do so.  ACLS, PALS, BLS certification.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
Part time
The Personal Care Assistant assists older individuals who are functionally, physically, and or socially impaired and need 24-hour oversight. The Personal Care Assistant's role is to assist residents with those activities of daily living that they are unable to perform without help, fostering at all times residents' independence and freedom of choice. All responsibilities will be conducted in a manner that is consistent with the philosophy or assisted living. Position Requirements: Graduate from an accredited Nurse Aide program. Must be able to think, act, and intervene independently in both routine and emergency situations. Must be self-motivated and function as an "in charge person." Must be able to relate to residents and staff in a courteous and diplomatic manner under all circumstances. Must be able to work flexible hours and participate in holiday activities. CPR Certification. First Aid. Current State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) in Ohio. Must be able to perform some housekeeping duties as well as PCA duties.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
Full time
Under assessment and direction of the Staff Nurse (RN) and according to established policies and procedures, performs patient care activities in order to assist health care providers in performing various technical and clerical procedures in the patient care area. The point of care technician assist with the activities of the nursing staff, the patient, the physician, other hospital departments and visitors. He/She performs general receptionist and clerical duties in order to facilitate efficient functioning of the department. The POCT will assist in patient care throughout department, transporting patients safely via wheelchair or stretcher, bathing, obtaining vital signs, and performing other duties as assigned. Position Requirements: High School graduate or GED. Ability to communicate effectively and document information accurately. Ability to deal efficiently and effectively with a wide variety of individuals. Knowledge of basic medical terminology preferred. Basic computer knowledge is preferred. State Tested Nursing Assistant Preferred.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
Under the direction of a radiologist, performs MRI procedures. Works collaboratively with members of the Imaging Services team and other departments throughout the facility to provide safe, quality care. Position Requirements: Graduate of an approved Radiology program/ AMA approved program or JRCERT accredited MRI program. ARRT registered in Radiography with  advanced MRI registry or ARRT MRI registered.  If ARRT Radiography registered without advanced MRI registry must obtain within one year of hire date. Must hold current Ohio Radiographer License if ARRT registered in Radiography CPR Certification required 1 year MRI experience preferred
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
Part time
A Registered Professional Nurse is responsible for delivery of optimal resident care through collaboration with all disciplines and the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Directs and guides resident and family teaching and activities of LPN and NA while maintaining standards of professional nursing. Promotes a safe, caring, home-like environment for the resident and families. Position Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. In good physical and mental health with ability to relate therapeutically to residents and to establish good interpersonal relationships with staff, visitors, and significant others.  Competent to care for adult and geriatric residents. Recognizes, understands, and can fulfill the functional and environmental requirements for this position.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
Full time
A State Tested Nurse Aide, under the supervision and/or direction of a RN or LPN performs various duties assisting the staff nurses in the treatment and optimal safe care of residents in accordance with the established methods, policies, and procedures of Fisher-Titus Medical Center and Norwalk Memorial Home. Position Requirements: High School graduate or equivalent preferred. Completion of State of Ohio certified NA training program. Previous experience as a nursing assistant preferred. CPR certification required. State approved by the State of Ohio through testing Ability to communicate effectively and document information accurately. Competent to care for adult and geriatric residents. Knowledge of basic medical terminology preferred. Good physical and mental health.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
A State Tested Nurse Aide, under the supervision and/or direction of a RN or LPN performs various duties assisting the staff nurses in the treatment and optimal safe care of residents in accordance with the established methods, policies, and procedures of Fisher-Titus Medical Center and Norwalk Memorial Home. Position Requirements: High School graduate or equivalent preferred. Completion of State of Ohio certified NA training program. Previous experience as a nursing assistant preferred. CPR certification required. State approved by the State of Ohio through testing Ability to communicate effectively and document information accurately. Competent to care for adult and geriatric residents. Knowledge of basic medical terminology preferred. Good physical and mental health.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
Full time
Fisher-Titus Medical Center · Fisher-Titus Medical Care Norwalk, Oh Patient Support-Clinical Full Time, Day Shift, 8a-5p Req # 4105 Fisher-Titus Medical Center is recruiting a team-oriented, Ohio Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW or LISW-S) to join our Behavioral Health Department. Practice a full scope of your profession providing psychotherapy services to all age groups addressing abuse, trauma, adjustment disorder, disruptive behaviors, social and family issues, anxiety, and depressive and bipolar disorders. We offer career opportunities, an outstanding compensation and benefits package, and a collegial supportive environment with an excellent team. Please send resume with cover letter to: Andrea Heyman via email at aheyman@ftmc.com, or call: (419) 660-6972.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
Full time
Fisher-Titus Health · Fisher-Titus Medical Care Norwalk, OH Patient Support-Clinical Full Time, Day Shift, 8a-5p Req # 3804 Fisher-Titus Medical Center is recruiting a team-oriented, Ohio Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) to join our Behavioral Health Department. Practice a full scope of your profession providing clinical counseling services addressing issues such as abuse, emotional and behavioral problems in children, relationships, and parenting. We offer career opportunities, an outstanding compensation and benefits package, and a collegial supportive environment with an excellent team.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
In collaboration with an interdisciplinary team, provides therapeutic services including evaluation, treatment, and education. Monitors the treatment activities of LPTA's and aides. Position Requirements: BS in Physical Therapy from accredited school. Previous clinical experience/rehabilitation experience preferred. State licensure (or eligible) as a Physical Therapist. CPR certification.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
Part time
Performs technical skills and provides assistance to surgeons, anesthesia personnel, registered nurses, and other professionals in the operating room. Performs similar duties in other areas of the hospital as assigned. Position Requirements: Graduate of a formal accredited surgical technican training program. Graduate of a formal accredited training program. BCLS, Certification in surgical technology. CSFA- Certification in First Assisting.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
Part time
Under assessment and direction of the Staff Nurse (RN) and according to established policies and procedures, performs patient care activities in order to assist health care providers in performing various technical and clerical procedures in the patient care area. The point of care technician assist with the activities of the nursing staff, the patient, the physician, other hospital departments and visitors. He/She performs general receptionist and clerical duties in order to facilitate efficient functioning of the department. The POCT will assist in patient care throughout department, transporting patients safely via wheelchair or stretcher, bathing, obtaining vital signs, and performing other duties as assigned. Position Requirements: High School graduate or GED. Ability to communicate effectively and document information accurately. Ability to deal efficiently and effectively with a wide variety of individuals. Knowledge of basic medical terminology preferred. Basic computer knowledge is preferred. State Tested Nursing Assistant Preferred.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
Manages individualized, goal-directed RN nursing care through the use of nursing process and principles of primary nursing in accordance with departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Position Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. BSN preferred. 2 years ED nursing experience preferred. Demonstrated proficiency in acute care nursing, knowledge, and skills. Current ACLS, PALS required - or to be obtained within 6 months of hire and to remain current. TNCC required – or to be obtained within 1 year of hire or transfer into department and to remain current. We offer competitive benefits, pay, and opportunities for educational assistance. We are proud of our professional, family feeling environment and encourage you to apply for the opportunity to find out more about why our employees love working here!
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
Full time
In collaboration with hospital senior management, is responsible for the administration of all departmental programs and services relating to functional maintenance, system operations and utility services. Establishes and directs departmental goals and objectives in accordance with those of the health system administration to provide and assure the basic needs for the welfare, comfort, and safety of patients, visitors, and staff as they relate to maintenance, repair, operation, and modification of all hospital  buildings, grounds, mechanical, and electrical systems and equipment. Works through subordinate manager and supervisors to assure the development, implementation, and quality assurance of departmental programs and services. Position Requirements:   Bachelor Degree Additional graduate level or management courses preferred. Duties involve a broad background with four to five years' experience in plant maintenance or construction, and/or engineering.  Also, four to five years' management level experience in related or, preferably hospital field. Familiarly with NFPA and Accreditation standards, and with building codes and other government regulations.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center Norwalk, CT, USA
Feb 08, 2020
Full time
Performs, accesses, analyzes, and scores sleep polysomnographic studies. Position Requirements: Must be a graduate of an approved/accredited allied health program and be eligible to sit for one of the RPSGT, RT-SDS, or RST exams or have successfully completed alternate training to be eligible to sit for one of the RPSGT, RT-SDS or RST exams. Minimum of an associate’s degree preferred. Two years’ experience in working as a polysomnographic technologist preferred. BLS