Firelands Regional Medical Center offers a wide range of health clinics through the Firelands Center for Coordinated Care with convenient operating hours and experienced staff of nurses, doctors, pharmacists and other medical professionals.
You can learn more about each of our health clinics by clicking the page from the list below:
If you’re on blood thinning medications, it’s important to monitor how the medicine is working. With your physician’s referral, the Anticoagulation Clinic is a simple, convenient way to monitor medications through blood testing.
If you have a diagnosis of high cholesterol, a detailed assessment of your current health, diet and medications with staff specialized in cardiac care.
This clinic allows physicians to provide safe and effective management of ambulatory heart failure patients and is staffed by clinical pharmacists and a registered nurse with specialized training in heart failure.
Medications can have a significant impact on a person’s health. You can benefit from medication therapy management if you’re on medication for several health conditions or have questions or problems with your medications.
Need help with weight loss and proper nutrition? The Weight Management Clinic can help if you need treatment and support in achieving a healthy weight and the lifestyle required to maintain that weight.
Have you decided to quit smoking? The Tobacco Cessation Program through the Center for Coordinated Care provides additional resources to assist you with the decision to quit smoking.
If you have questions about our tobacco cessation programs, call 419-557-6550.