Former NH Hospital CEO Bob MacLeod takes on new role at state nursing home

Less than one month after resigning from his post as Concord-based New Hampshire Hospital CEO, Bob MacLeod has started working at a state nursing home for patients with developmental disabilities, according to a WMUR 9 report.

New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu asked Mr. MacLeod to resign after state officials found that Lebanon, N.H.-based Dartmouth-Hitchcock has been violating its staffing contract at NH Hospital, a state psychiatric facility. The contract provided for 12 psychiatrists, however, an investigation uncovered that only 10 psychiatrists were providing care at the hospital. Dartmouth-Hitchcock took over staffing for NH Hospital in September 2016.

Mr. MacLeod has started working at Glencliff (N.H.) Home. State officials note that his "position is temporary and focused on helping residents transition to community settings," according to the report.

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