"As we look at expansion of our facilities -- which right now we really have no major projects going -- we need to look at different methods of how we handle the construction," Terry Monnolly, who joined the board in 2005 and heads the facilities and operations committee, told the board.
KPMG consulting firm will review those revised policies, procedures and forms and "make recommendations as to any additional changes to further improve our construction project management -- including fraud avoidance," Monnolly
board members have commented frequently during the past few monthly public meetings that they have stepped up their review contracts and are diligently making sure the hospital is operating well.
After approving the KPMG agreement Wednesday, former board chair and longest-serving member Donna Kelly Rego stressed her appreciation to Monnolly for his work in recent months.
Monnolly, who is president of the DiGioia-Suburban Excavating LLC, also pulled two contract agreements -- including one for Doan -- from the board's consent agenda Wednesday night.
added that the work was done; he
just wanted to review the contract.
"We're just very careful right now," Monnolly