Cottage Hospital

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2023 Goals:

Cottage Hospital received a $1,000,000 grant towards a critical sewer infrastructure project in our Medical Surgical Unit. This project will cost $2,000,000, and our goal is to raise the matching $1,000,000 in funds to complete this project that will be integral to the continuity of patient care.

Fundraising Events:

2023 marks the kick-off of Cottage Hospital’s Critical Infrastructure Project Capital Campaign. Follow us on Facebook and visit our website to keep up with opportunities to support and join this project. Cottage Hospital’s Any Which Way 5k takes place each year in September — in 2023, this event will include a walk-a-thon, as well. Craft and food vendors are welcome to join us at the event. It’s a day of fun for the whole family!

Giving Opportunities:

There are various opportunities to support Cottage Hospital. Regular donations may be made by mail, online, in person or by phone. Choose to donate in memory of a loved one, thank a caregiver or honor a special occasion in a tribute. Businesses can show support by sponsoring our Annual Any Which Way 5k Event, or an individual may choose to raise pledges for a walk-a-thon for a chance to win prizes.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteering at Cottage Hospital can make a truly meaningful difference in the quality of care in our community. There are various opportunities to volunteer, like spending time with patients just to talk or to read. Volunteer in our Medical Records Department to help with filing, etc. Get involved or participate in our Any Which Way 5k Event every fall. Join the Cottage Hospital Auxiliary, who coordinate annual raffles, bake sales and more to benefit Cottage Hospital.

Board Officers   /   Board Members

Holly McCormack, DNP, RN
President & CEO

Prentis Pratt
Retired Information Technologist

Delphine Sullivan, MD
Chief Medical Officer

Lili Cargill, APRN
Medical Staff President

William Taxter
Retired Stonemason

Kevin Lawrence
Riverbend Career & Technical Center

Thomas Page

Mark Harris, MD
Upper Valley Pediatrics, Retired

Clare Vallee, RN

William Darcy



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