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Stories from the heart
What does compassionate excellence look like? At CMC we see it in the dedication our providers have to giving our patients the best treatment when and where they need it. We see it in patients who trust in their providers and are grateful for the care they receive. These are the faces of health, healing and hope at CMC.

Cecelia Deschambault—WATCHMAN patient



Gary Gorzelany was grocery shopping one Sunday afternoon when, in a moment, his life changed. CMC’s New England Heart & Vascular Institute aided in life-saving care that day and continues to keep Gary healthy by collaborating with his community hospital to provide follow-up services where he lives.

The New England Heart & Vascular Institute leads the way with heart. For Martina Hooley and her husband, Bill, that means innovative procedures and a personal touch that has led to a special bond between this couple and CMC. 

Part 2—Martina Hooley


A major medical event can also be a major upset to your life. That’s why great patient care has to account for the whole person – not just the diagnosis. Manchester, NH Mayor Ted Gatsas found that care when he came to CMC for heart surgery, and is still thankful for the experience.

Innovation is a key component to great patient care. At the New England Heart & Vascular Institute, we’re offering some of the most innovative treatments for available advanced heart care and we’re always exploring what’s next in medical technology.











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"The heart of Catholic Medical Center is to provide health, healing and hope in a manner that offers innovative high quality services, compassion, and respect for the human dignity of every individual who seeks or needs our care as part of Christ's healing ministry through the Catholic Church."