Catholic Medical Center CEO to retire

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Dr. Pepe is likewise retiring as president and CEO of CMCs parent company, Manchester-based GraniteOne Health. CMC stated GraniteOne Health remains in the regulative evaluation process for combining with Lebanon, N.H.-based Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health, and Dr. Pepe will have a role on the combined system board.

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Dr. Pepe joined CMC in June 1990 and has led the company because January 2012. He was previously CMO and vice president of medical affairs at CMC.

” First and foremost, our thoughts and support are with Dr. Pepe and Anne-Marie,” John Cronin, president of CMCs board of trustees, said in a news release. “Dr. Pepes management of CMC has actually been absolutely nothing short of remarkable. His achievements have actually been transformational for CMC, enhancing our mission of hope, healing and health, and laying the foundation for future success.”.

” First and primary, our ideas and support are with Dr. Pepe and Anne-Marie,” John Cronin, president of CMCs board of trustees, said in a press release. “Dr. Pepes management of CMC has been absolutely nothing except extraordinary. He is the heart and soul of this organization and a cherished and respected figure in our neighborhood. His accomplishments have been transformational for CMC, improving our mission of hope, health and healing, and laying the foundation for future success.”.

Joseph Pepe, MD, president and CEO of Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, N.H., is retiring, the organization announced Sept. 9..

Alex Walker, executive vice president and COO of CMC, will prosper Dr. Pepe as the medical centers leading leader.

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CMC said Dr. Pepe will retire in June 2021 to spend more time with his spouse Anne-Marie, who is combating a serious disease, and the rest of his household.