Farmersville Medical Center
49 East Center Street, Farmersville, OH • Phone: (937) 696-2858
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Office hours: Monday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm • Tuesday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm • Wednesday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm • Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm • Friday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Schedule your next appointment online through your Patient Portal — it’s fast and easy!
"If a doctor is needed, I would not go anywhere else. The doctors and staff at Farmersville Medical Center are the best."
At Farmersville Medical Center you'll find personalized health care that emphasizes the time, attention and consideration of the whole person that every patient needs to promote long-term health. Dr. Larry Ratcliff offers comprehensive primary care for patients of all ages.
- Dr. Ratcliff and the staff of Farmersville Medical Center also maintain a special interest in Sports Medicine and Pediatrics.
- New patients are always welcome; most major insurance plans accepted.
Dr. Lawrence Ratcliff is a board-certified family physician, and has been serving the healthcare needs of area families for over thirty-five years. He is a graduate of Wayne State University's medical college, and performed his residency at Grant Hospital in Columbus, OH. He maintains hospital affiliations locally with Good Samaritan Hospital, Children's Medical Center, Kettering Medical Center, and Sycamore Hospital.
Danielle Little, Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, provides complete clinical care — including treatment of illness and injuries, routine check-ups, disease prevention, and diagnosing and treating acute and chronic conditions for all ages.Nurse Practitioners provide our patients with important health care services.
Farmersville Medical Center is recognized by the NCQA as meeting PCMH 2014 patient-centered medical home standards.
At a Patient-Centered Medical Home, your health care team focuses on you, providing prompt, cost-efficient care, on-going wellness and better outcomes. It’s where you and your family work in partnership with a supportive team of medical professionals to ensure a lifetime of quality health care.
If you need to reach your provider after our office is closed, please call (937) 696-2858. Non-emergent calls will be returned within one to two business days.
Improving the quality of care among our patient communities
At Farmersville Medical Center, our goal is to continue to improve the health and wellness of all our patients.
We measure our progress by tracking the care and treatment of groups of patients who are at risk for common or chronic conditions — here are some important at-risk factors that we carefully monitor:
Patients 65 years of age and older who received an influenza vaccination during the measurement period.
2018: 68% 2017: 70%
Pneumococcal Vaccination Status
Measure identifies Medicare members 65 years of age or older who have ever received a pneumococcal vaccination.
2018: 72% 2017: 75%
Colorectal Cancer Screening
Patients 51 to 75 years of age who have received one or more screenings for colorectal cancer.
2018: 67% 2017: 67%
If you are at-risk for a chronic or other potentially harmful condition, please make sure you consult with your health care provider to set up a test or screening schedule to monitor your progress!
Vital health screenings! Find out below the important preventive services for people just like you. Then, check back with us to discuss which are the most important steps to help assure your health and wellness — it’s fast and easy!