Welcome to Martha's Vineyard Hospital
Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is a critical access, not-for-profit, community hospital on the island of Martha’s Vineyard. Committed to delivering high-quality healthcare to the community and its visitors, MVH provides acute, ambulatory, and specialty services either on-site or through its affiliation with Mass General Hospital.
Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is a member of Mass General Brigham and an affiliate of Massachusetts General Hospital. This partnership allows us to provide our patients with seamless accessibility to the finest community-based medicine as well as the most advanced specialty care in the world.
The mission of Martha's Vineyard Hospital is to safeguard the health of island residents and visitors by providing and arranging high-quality, accessible medical care. This care will be provided to all, regardless of ability to pay, in an atmosphere that fosters equity, respect and compassion.
It is the vision of Martha’s Vineyard Hospital (MVH) to be the trusted leader for the continuum of care for every islander. From inpatient acute-care needs, to ambulatory medical care and ancillary medical services, MVH strives to be the primary resource for health and wellness on Martha’s Vineyard. We will partner with those with whom we share comparable values to assure an equitable system of care that is comprehensive, minimizes duplication and meets community need.
Our Vision Calls us to:
- Be a comprehensive and equitable health system for islanders and visitors in conjunction with MGH and Partners Healthcare;
- Achieve the highest level of quality and safety in a critical access hospital setting for optimum clinical outcomes;
- Employ a patient-centered approach to healthcare with Primary Care the entry point and core of holistic healthcare;
- Be the healthcare leader on the island for population health and care coordination;
- Be engaged in robust community service partnerships aligned with our mission;
- Provide responsible fiscal stewardship to ensure financial stability in perpetuity;
- Emphasize a culture that embraces diversity, equity, learning, and the well-being of our employees and broader community.
MVH & WNR Board of Trustees
July 2020 – July 2021
John H. Schaefer Chairman
Debra A. Burke, DNP, MBA Vice Chairman
Susan C. Crampton Treasurer
Michael R. Jaff, DO Secretary
Denise M. Schepici, MPH President & CEO
Pieter M. Pil, MD, PhD Chief Medical Officer
Daniel E. Pesch, MD President of the Medical Staff
O’Neil Britton, MD
Bruce M. Bullen, MPA
Juliette E. Fay
Lisa B. Grain, DDS, MS
Brent L. Henry, Esq.
A. Anthony James
Peter Nessen, MBA
William J. Roman
S. Christopher Scott
Our Commitment to the Environment
What is LEED Certification?
The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green building rating system that was developed and is administered by the U.S. Green Building Council, a Washington D.C.-based, nonprofit coalition of building industry leaders. The rating system is designed to promote design and construction practices that increase profitability while reducing the negative environmental impacts of buildings and improving occupant health and well-being.
In 2011, Martha’s Vineyard Hospital was awarded GOLD certification by the US Green Building Council’s LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) program for meeting the highest standards in environmentally sound building practices. The new building, which houses all of the Hospital’s clinical services, opened in June 2010. The award made our hospital the highest LEED rated hospital in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts at the time and only the 9th hospital in the country to receive this rating.
US Green Building Awards Gold Certification to Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. Learn more here.
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