Manchester, NH On October 8th, Catholic Medical Center (CMC) was pleased to accept a $100,000 donation from Brady Sullivan Properties. The property management and development firm, headed up by Shane Brady and Arthur Sullivan, recognized CMC’s commitment to providing compassionate, high-quality health care to the community. The gift will help CMC grow that commitment as it moves into the next phase of a campus expansion project. Arthur Sullivan, of Brady Sullivan, presented the check to CMC executive vice president/COO Alex Walker.
“The hospital has meant so much to Shane and to me, and our company,” said Sullivan. “For us, it is a great opportunity to show our deep appreciation for what CMC has meant to us and to our healthcare community. Beyond that, throughout the COVID-19 crisis, the hospital has played a critical role in numerous ways through their dedication and support of our community and its organizations.”
In recognition of the gift, CMC will name one of the new building’s cardiac catheterization labs in honor of Brady Sullivan.
“Brady Sullivan is a strong partner to CMC and the Manchester community,” said Walker. “We are humbled to receive a gift that recognizes the work we do and the care we provide every day. We are also excited to have this kind of support as we look to build a brighter, healthier future for Manchester and all of New Hampshire.”
Last year, CMC broke ground on a multi-year project to add a new building to its McGregor Street campus. The expansion includes a larger Emergency Department, new facilities for the New England Heart & Vascular Institute, and private patient rooms. The first phase of the project, the construction of a new Rite Aid store, is nearly complete. Demolition of the existing building will begin in November, 2020.
“As neighbors to CMC, we are particularly excited about the upcoming expansion project. Not only will the expansion allow CMC to optimize its healthcare capabilities, but the project will also be a gamechanger for the area and Greater Manchester as well,” said Sullivan.