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Making the Last Round
At the end of June, I will retire after 31 years at Catholic Medical Center. While CMC has accomplished much during this time, I am most proud of how we solidified our Catholicity. We committed ourselves to making decisions and acting in ways consistent with our mission, values and Catholic identity. In doing so, we empowered our employees to always do what is right for the patient and laid a strong foundation for our continued success.
A New Era for Liberty House
By Gary Bouchard
The final pieces of new exterior siding had just gone up when we spoke to Jeff Nelson on a bright sunny day in late February, and he sounded like the most ecstatic new homeowner in New Hampshire. It’s not the completion of his own home that he’s so excited about. Rather, it’s the renovation of Catholic Charities New Hampshire’s Liberty House, a residential facility supporting homeless and at-risk veterans – many in recovery – by connecting them to available resources and providing safe, substance-free transitional housing.
St. Joseph Hospital Provides Vulnerable Seniors Much Needed Services
St. Joseph Hospital hit the ground running in 2021 with the opening of its new Senior Behavioral Health Unit (SBHU) serving adults 65 and older experiencing behavioral and emotional health challenges.
“The need for acute psychiatric care for older adults in New Hampshire has never been greater. As a community partner, we are proud to be able to provide this service, especially in the midst of a worldwide pandemic when seniors may be experiencing isolation and depression,” St. Joseph Hospital President John A. Jurczyk says.