Following CDC and state distribution guidance, Mercy Health is committed to providing access to the COVID-19 vaccines in the communities we serve.
There are many places in our community where you can go for COVID-19 tests, including retail pharmacies and local health departments.
Currently, Mercy Health only offers testing for patients who have a Mercy Health primary care provider (PCP). For more information please call 866-624-0366.
If you don’t already have a Mercy Health PCP, please visit a retail pharmacy or contact your local health department for information on testing locations in your area.
Do not go to the Emergency Department (ED) if you are only seeking a COVID-19 test. If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911 or visit your closest emergency location.
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Join us for our free Walk with a Doc program. One-hour track walks are led by various physicians who discuss wellness-related topics.
This popular class is designed to answer your questions about basic baby care.
This series of classes covers many aspects of pregnancy and childbirth. You learn about basic anatomy, the physiology of labor and birth, exercise, coping skills, postpartum care and more.
Join us at our new medical center for tours, light refreshments, health screenings, exercise and wellness activities, kids’ activities and more.
Mercy Health – Fairfield Hospital is hosting the American Cancer Society’s Fresh Start Program, a free series of smoking cessation classes, in June.
Beating cancer is no small feat. Mercy Health will be celebrating National Cancer Survivors Day with a walk, class, screenings and dance party.
Join us for a FREE discussion on hip and knee arthritis led by Mercy Health orthopedic surgeon Josh Murphy, MD.