Community Benefit Report
Catholic Medical Center was established in 1974 with the joining of two Manchester based Catholic health care institutions, Notre Dame Hospital and Sacred Heart Hospital. Currently, Catholic Medical Center has one of the highest case mix indexes in the state, which means that we serve some of the most critically ill patients in the state of New Hampshire. Our mission is to provide health, healing and hope to all.
Catholic Medical Center has a lengthy heritage of services and programs that are of benefit to the community, with a particular emphasis on those most in need. The majority of the programs and early intervention services take a proactive approach to wellness. Catholic Medical Center’s programs are designed to improve the health status of community residents through free immunization clinics, health fairs, screening programs and public wellness programs. Click on the links below to read the CMC Community Benefit Reports:
CMC Community Benefit Report FY 2014
Community Benefit Report Newsletter FY 2014CMC Community Benefit Report & Addendum FY 2013Community Benefit Report Newsletter FY 2013CMC Community Benefit Report FY 2012
Addendum to Community Benefit Report FY 2012
CMC Cares for Community Health Needs - Newsletter