Catholic Medical Center
Providing Health, Healing and Hope
In 2018, CMC will be expanding access to high-quality care while improving the overall patient experience. We plan to do this in a variety of ways, including our extensive hospital renovations (adding 20 patient beds), transitioning to a single-platform electronic medical record, building our partnerships with other healthcare and community organizations, and expanding our primary and specialty care practices and, like our soon-to-open vein and vascular center. Through all of this, we will expand our employee base, always striving to be not only the hospital of choice but also the employer of choice in the region.
CMC holds a variety of fundraising events throughout the year. In February, the hospital works with the Manchester Monarchs to support breast cancer survivors through Pink in the Rink. In May, a wine and beer tasting event is held to benefit the Poisson Dental Facility, a program that provides dental care to uninsured and underinsured children and adults. Each June, a large Golf Outing is held to benefit patient programs and technology investments for the New England Heart & Vascular Institute. In October, our signature Gala Event is held in support of maternal and infant services provided through the Pregnancy Care Center, Mom’s Place and Special Care Nursery. Corporate and individual donors are recognized at a Donor Reception each March.
Generous donations help CMC expand access to care and create programs to meet the healthcare needs of the community. Giving opportunities support: increased access to health care through community health service programs, investments in cutting edge technology, the purchase of new equipment, ICU expansion, construction of new areas, including a non-invasive cardiac testing area and cardiac research. Recently, donor support has been used to implement a program that supports pregnant women with substance use disorders, a cardiac resuscitation room in the emergency department, upgrade the infant security system, support the cost of prenatal care for low-income patients, purchase
telehealth equipment to expand access to care for patients in the Monadnock and Lakes Region, purchase noninvasive surgical equipment for the CMC Breast Care Center and more.
Becoming a volunteer is a wonderful experience that benefits all parties. Volunteers are central to CMC’s mission and they provide a variety of services that supplement the basic and essential functions of staff. As a result, volunteers add to the quality of health care by helping patients, visitors, staff and the community, so that CMC can fulfill its mission of providing health, healing and hope to all individuals who seek or need our care.
Board Officers / Board Members
- Joseph Pepe, MD
President & CEO
Catholic Medical Center
- Maria Mongan
- John G. Cronin, Esq.
Cronin, Bisson & Zalinsky, P.C.
- Neil Levesque
NH Institute of Politics