GOUVERNEUR A restructuring board will take over the leadership of E.J. Noble Hospital to review its operations and determine future services.
Although details remain vague, the old board is stepping down.
New members will have the experience and skill to address the hospitals situation and to develop a strategy toward making E.J. Noble viable.
The E.J. Noble Board concluded, and the Department of Health concurs, in what it firmly believes is in the best interests of the hospitals future, to form a restructuring board to manage and lead the institutions restructuring efforts financially and operationally, DOH spokesman William Schwarz said in an email.
Timothy J. Monroe, who had been board chairman, declined comment, even as to whether he is still on the board.