Published on June 05, 2014

Guerriere & Halnon Supports Milford Regional Building Expansion

The Milford Regional Medical Center Foundation officially recognized this week news of a  $150,000 leadership gift from Louis and Janice Guerriere and Guerriere & Halnon, Inc. to Excellence…The Campaign for Milford Regional Medical Center.  The gift is part of $17 million the capital campaign has already raised towards a goal of $25 million.

 “We are so very grateful to Lou, Janice, and Guerriere & Halnon, Inc. for their extraordinary gesture of generosity toward our capital campaign,” said John Burns, Chairman of Excellence as well as the Board of Trustees of Milford Regional.  “Like so many of our closest friends, the Guerriere family has been invested in the growth of our Medical Center and the health of the community for years.  Both were born right here at Milford Regional and have played major roles with us… Lou as a corporator of the Medical Center, and trustee on the Milford Regional Healthcare Foundation Board since 2008, and Janice as a member of the Mélange Gala Committee since its inception.  We remain eternally thankful for their commitment, which extends far beyond campaign gifts with their time, knowledge, skills and resources.”

The Guerrieres also are members of the 1903 Society and are always there to help the Medical Center enhance its services. The couple has previously gifted rooms in the Patient Care Center and the Cancer Center at Milford Regional during previous capital campaigns.

Louis is the President of Guerriere & Halnon, Inc. Engineering and Land Surveying, a company he founded 40 years ago with offices in Milford, Franklin and Whitinsville.  The company has worked with Milford Regional on many expansion projects since its inception, and  MRMC has benefitted from the company’s tireless support through its membership in the 1903 Society and corporate sponsorships of Mélange and the Annual Golf Classic.

 Excellence is supporting a major capital initiative that will result in a new Emergency Department, Intensive Care Unit and private patient rooms.  The new two story structure will more than double the size of the current ED from 30 to 52 private treatment rooms, increase the number of patient rooms in the ICU from 10 to 16 expanding their size to accommodate the latest technology, and add a 24-bed private room unit with the intent to convert all hospital patient rooms to private.  The Medical Center celebrated the groundbreaking for this $54 million initiative on March 28.


Milford Regional Medical Center, Inc. is a comprehensive healthcare system featuring affiliations with Boston Children’s Hospital, UMass Memorial Health Care and the Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center.  The 145-bed, nonprofit, acute-care facility serves a region of 20-plus towns.  




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