Text Size


GraniteOne Health is a non-profit, New Hampshire-based healthcare system consisting of Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, Huggins Hospital in Wolfeboro, and Monadnock Community Hospital in Peterborough. GraniteOne Health draws on the resources and expertise of these strong, trusted hospitals to enhance collaboration, strengthen clinical partnerships and meet the health needs of the communities by providing greater access to high-quality care and a seamless patient experience.

News:


New Year Marks Launch of GraniteOne Health

Granite One Health
—Read about the affiliation

Catholic Medical Center, Huggins Hospital and
Monadnock Community Hospital File Affiliatio
n Agreement

Catholic Medical Center an Community Hospital
Explore Affiliation to Enhance Patient Services in the Region


Huggins Hospital and Catholic Medical Center
Moving Forward With Affiliation Discussions

Why Affiliate?
CMC already has long-standing clinical affiliations with Huggins Hopsital and Monadnock Community Hospital on a variety of services.  The proposed affiliation will allow Huggins and Monadnock to work more closely with CMC to improve healthcare quality and access to care and improve efficiency as a more coordinated System.  The affiliation would allow each of these organizations to execute a shared vision of providing high quality, value-based care for the benefit of their respective patients and communities. 

About Us
CMC is 330-bed acute care hospital located in Manchester, New Hampshire with 2500 employees and over 700 physicians, specialists and other providers working together to serve the health care needs of patients in Manchester and throughout New Hampshire.  CMC is home to the nationally recognized New England Heart & Vascular Institute and is a Truven Analytics “Top 50 in the Nation” Cardiovascular Hospital. CMC was also named the 2015 Healthcare Business of the Year by Business NH Magazine.

Huggins Hospital is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital located in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire with 400 employees, serving 30,000 year-round residents and approximately 120,000 seasonal residents in the 14 towns in the Eastern Lakes Region. Huggins is recognized as a HEALTHSTRONG Hospital and has been named a Top 100 Critical Access Hospital for the past five years by iVantage Health Analytics.

Monadnock Community Hospital is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital offering medical, surgical and Intensive Care, Obstetrics, Pediatrics, and Mental Health services. In addition, a wide variety of outpatient services are available, including an extensive Primary Care Network, Wellness, Cardiac and Physical Rehabilitation Services, 24-hour Emergency Care, a fully equipped laboratory and an extensive Radiology department. MCH was named among the “Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in the US” by ivantagehealth.com, April 2015.

Community Education Session
Want to know more about this Affiliation?  Have questions or want to submit a comment? Come to the:Community Education Session CMC is holding on Tuesday, June 14th, at 5 PM at the NH Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College.  You’ll hear from CMC President & CEO Joseph Pepe, MD, about the proposed Affiliation. No registration is necessary.  

Submit a Comment
To submit a written comment on the affiliation, email acomment@cmc-nh.org or write:
Affiliation Comments 
Catholic Medical Center
100 McGregor Street
Manchester, NH 03102
Attn: Lauren Collins-Cline










Phone
  • (800) 437-9666
  • (603) 626-2626
  • (603) 663-6498
  • (603) 663-5270
  • (603) 663-6431
  • (603) 663-8031
  • (603) 663-6667
  • (603) 669-0413
  • (603) 663-6395
  • (603) 663-7377
  • (603) 314-4567
  • (603) 663-8000
Directions
Start Address (A)
End Address (B)
Go
Click here for directions
Approximate Distance
miles
Our Mission
"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."