Asbestos removal planned for CPH's E.J. Noble building in Canton
Monday, June 24, 2013 - 2:45 pm

CANTON – Asbestos removal is in the works as parts of the Main Street level of the west wing of Canton-Potsdam Hospital’s E. J. Noble Professional Building, 80 E. Main Street in Canton, will be closed from Friday until Monday, June 28 to July 1.

The work is part of renovations to west wing of the building with new flooring, lighting, and fresh finishes consistent with the new addition to the east.

Patients and visitors accessing the offices of Drs. Sayed Ali, Robert Nordberg, and Thomas Nystrom should call before arriving to receive instructions for access.

Patients of and visitors to the physical rehabilitation department on the second floor of the building should park in the lower-level parking lot at the rear of the building and use either the stairwell or lower-level elevator. Visitors to the studios of North Country Public Radio should also park in the lower-level lot and use the lower-level elevator or stairwell.

There will be no access to the Main Street-level elevator or Main Street-level entrance to the west wing (adjacent to Dr. Nordberg’s office) and hallway leading to Dr. Ali’s office.

The E. J. Noble Professional Building houses several primary care practices in its east wing. To learn more, interested individuals should consult the hospital’s website at www.cphospital.org or call 265-3300.