MANCHESTER, NH – Catholic Medical Center has welcomed two new members to its Board of Trustees. Susan Kinney, MSN, RN, and Katie Dionne, both of Saint Anselm College, began three-year terms on the Board last week. Kinney is the director of the college’s RN to BSN program and Dionne is controller for the college. In addition, John Cronin, Esq. assumes a two-year term as Board Chair. Maria Mongan continues to serve on the Board as Immediate Past Chair through 2018. The full slate of Trustees is listed below.
“Our new Trustees offer valuable expertise as well as a passion for CMC’s Mission,” says CMC President & CEO Joseph Pepe, MD. “I’m grateful for their service, and for all that our entire Board gives to this organization.”
CMC’s 2018 Board of Trustees
- John G. Cronin, Esq., Chair, Cronin, Bisson & Zalinsky, P.C.
- Maria Mongan, Immediate Past Chair, Manchester, NH
- Neil Levesque, Vice Chair, NH Institute of Politics
- Matthew Kfoury, Secretary, Central Paper Company
- Donald St. Germain, Treasurer, St. Mary’s Bank
- Joseph Pepe, MD, President/CEO, Catholic Medical Center
- Rick Botnick, Botnick 5 / Ventures Inc.
- Robert A. Catania, MD, Surgical Care Group
- Carolyn G. Claussen, MD, Willowbend Family Practice
- Pamela Diamantis, Curbstone Financial Management Corp
- Katie L. Dionne, Saint Anselm College
- Louis I. Fink, MD, New England Heart & Vascular Institute
- Powen Hsu, M.D., New Era Medicine
- Susan M. Kinney, Saint Anselm College
- John J. Munoz, MD, President of CMC Medical Staff, Manchester Urology Associates, PA
- Diane Murphy Quinlan, Esq., Bishop’s Delegate for Health Care, Diocese of Manchester
- Fr. Patrick Sullivan O.S.B, RN, St. Anselm College / Abbey
About Catholic Medical Center:
Catholic Medical Center (“CMC”), a member of GraniteOne Health, is a nonprofit regional health system, with a commitment to delivering the highest quality and most advanced healthcare to patients across New Hampshire. CMC is the home of the nationally-renowned New England Heart and Vascular Institute, rated among the top cardiovascular programs in the country. Our doctors were the first in the state to perform a mechanical heart/left ventricular assist device implant and first in New England to implant the WATCHMAN™ for atrial fibrillation. CMC was also one of the first hospitals in New Hampshire to establish a joint venture with independent medical staff members when it became a partner in the freestanding Bedford Ambulatory Surgical Center and imaging center. CMC’s birthing unit, The Mom’s Place, was the first hospital in the country to have a neonatal unit based on “couplet care.” Our nationally-accredited Breast Care Center was the first in the state to use contrast enhanced mammography and SAVI SCOUT® localization for breast surgery. With primary care practices that care for the very young to the young at heart and our dedication to community outreach programs, CMC is helping to foster a healthier community, everyday. CatholicMedicalCenter.org