Hospitals partner for vascular services
Friday, January 4, 2013
MANCHESTER – Catholic Medical Center and St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua have expanded their long-standing cardiac collaboration to include a full-range of vascular services.
As part of the collaboration, CMC’s vascular surgeons, Dr. Patrick Mahon, Dr. William Clutterbuck and Dr. Patricia Furey, have joined the medical staff at St. Joseph Hospital and are welcoming new patients. Cardiothoracic surgeons, Dr. Yvon Baribeau and Dr. Benjamin Westbrook will also be joining the St. Joseph Hospital medical staff.
“CMC is excited to bring leading-edge vascular services to the greater Nashua community. As the region’s leader in high-quality cardiovascular care, this collaboration means residents of greater Nashua can get the best care without traveling to Boston,” said Joseph Pepe, M.D., president and CEO of Catholic Medical Center.
Patients can call 627-1887 to make an appointment.
Catholic Medical Center is a 330-bed full-service health care facility offering full medical-surgical care with more than 25 sub-specialties. Catholic Medical Center is home to the New England Heart Institute, The Mom’s Place and offers bariatric and spine surgeries.
St. Joseph Hospital is a 208-bed facility offering emergency services, comprehensive, specialized treatment and preventive services at the Cardiovascular & Diabetes Center, Breast Care Center, and Oncology Center, a CARF-accredited stroke program at our Rehabilitation Center, and labor and delivery services at the Childbirth Center.
For information visit www.stjosephhospital.com or www. catholicmedicalcenter.org.