Catholic Medical Center Announces Six-Story Expansion Plan

Catholic Medical Center (CMC), a New England Council member, has announced that it plans to build up to a six-story addition and expand to the site of a nearby strip mall. This project, estimated to cost between $125 million and $175 million, will house state-of-the-art facilities for the New England Heart & Vascular Institute.

The expansion project will create 220,000 square feet of new space, that will include up to 90 private patient rooms, six new operating suites, and an upgraded Emergency Department. By increasing the available single-patient rooms, patients will have increased privacy and be less susceptible to hospital-acquired infections.

Dr. Joseph Pepe, President and CEO of CMC, explained, “CMC has a history of and commitment to meeting the community’s healthcare needs, and the community needs this. . . The demand for our high-quality services is growing and patients expect nothing but the best from us. We have an obligation to deliver and this new addition will help us carry out our mission of health, healing, and hope.”

The Council congratulates Catholic Medical Center for this exciting new project, and for working to improve the quality of care and patient comfort in the Manchester area.

Read more from the New Hampshire Union Leader and Catholic Medical Center.

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