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Nantucket Cottage Hospital Staff Celebrates Reopening of Main Hospital Entrance

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Just 13 months after opening its doors to a brand new $89 million facility, Nantucket Cottage Hospital closed its main entrance at the Percelay Pavilion to limit unmonitored access during the COVID-19 pandemic and to launch one of the first drive-through COVID-19 testing sites in the state. To celebrate the reopening hospital staff enjoyed ice cream served by hospital President and CEO, Gary Shaw, and Bruce Percelay, major hospital supporter and head of the hospital’s capital campaign.

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Op-ed: These programs would lift up the disenfranchised among us

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The outrage over George Floyd’s death has sparked a reaction the likes of which we have not seen since 1968. From cries for reform to protests in the street, the collective expression of anger has resonated across the country. Unfortunately, all the handwringing and eloquent statements of support will not change the systemic problems in our system at the root of our current crisis. The most effective source of reform may well come from the same place where many people feel the problem emanates: the business community.

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New Boston Hotel Supply May Decrease Future Occupancy Rates, But Hoteliers Still Satisfied With Overall Performance

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The Revolution Hotel, which opened late last year, offers smaller, modern rooms at rates roughly a third the price of nearby hotels in Back Bay. While Percelay expected millennial travelers to drive business, he said cost-conscious families and business travelers have been the hotel’s biggest client base. That keeps him optimistic for his own property’s performance.

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Percelay Announces Completion of $120 million Nantucket Cottage Hospital Capital Campaign at the 2019 Boston Pops on Nantucket concert

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Fundraising effort marks the largest of its kind in American history.

NANTUCKET (August 12, 2019) – In front of the thousands gathered at Jetties Beach for the annual Boston Pops on Nantucket concert, Nantucket Cottage Hospital capital campaign chairman Bruce A. Percelay announced the successful completion of the hospital’s $120 million fundraising effort to build the island’s new healthcare facility. It marked the culmination of the largest community hospital fundraising campaign ever conducted in the United States.

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