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Preserving Spaces for Life
At Catholic Medical Center, we’re proud of what makes our mission and culture so strong: our Catholicity. Our Catholicity is a quality that comes to life when we compassionately care for the poor, contribute to the common good, respect everyone no matter their differences and, most importantly, defend human dignity from conception to natural death. Today we are doing positive things to preserve life by creating a space for life.
Catholic Charities Expands Services to Elders, Disabled
Since its founding 74 years ago, Catholic Charities New Hampshire has always been dedicated to caring for the most vulnerable people in New Hampshire’s communities, including the elderly and those unable to navigate some of the most basic challenges of day-to-day life. Sometimes that care has come in the form of transportation to a doctor’s appointment or in the delivery of a hot meal. Always it has required an attentive ear, a gentle hand and a ready smile.
St. Joseph Hospital’s Mobile Health Clinic
Access to Care
“At St. Joseph Hospital, we understand that access to health care for some Greater Nashua residents is a challenge,” explains Kevin Flynn, vice president of Mission Integration. “As a Catholic health ministry, we take great pride in our mission to deliver care for all, especially the underserved.”
‘Driven’ to Educate and Screen
The mobile health clinic offers educational materials on topics including diabetes, heart disease and obesity – and health screenings for A1C, BMI, blood pressure and cholesterol are routinely administered.