An Ontario health care provider who went on vacation outside the nation above the holiday seasons has still left his posture as the chief govt officer and president of St. Joseph’s Wellbeing System.
The announcement of Dr. Thomas Stewart’s departure was designed Thursday night in a memo issued by the hospital system’s board of administrators.
“The Board of Administrators of St. Joseph’s Wellbeing Program would like to thank Dr. Thomas Stewart for his company given that assuming the position of CEO and president in August 2018,” the statement browse.
It will come a working day just after Stewart was ousted as CEO of Niagara Overall health.
On Tuesday, it was discovered that Stewart just returned from a 19-working day “approved vacation” to the Dominican Republic. His journey went against community health guidance to stay clear of non-vital vacation thanks to the hazard of COVID-19.
Subsequent the information, he resigned from his advisory purpose on the province’s COVID-19 science table. He also served on the Wellbeing Coordination Desk and the Prolonged-Expression Care Incident Administration System Table.
“I regret this non-essential travel, and I’m sorry,” Stewart stated in a statement Tuesday night. “I realize every person really should be averting non-critical vacation now, including me.”
A couple of days prior to, Ajax MPP Rod Phillips resigned as the finance minister of Ontario adhering to his getaway to St. Barts.
Several other Canadian politicians experienced considering the fact that been uncovered to have taken getaway excursions outside of the state.
St. Joseph’s Wellness System claimed an interim CEO and president will be announced shortly.