MUHC independent board members resign, cite conflict with health minister

“Concerns are growing over the future of the MUHC after a mass resignation of the board’s independent members. As Global’s Tim Sargeant reports, union leaders say it’s a sign of bad relation that’s having a negative impact on patient care.”

The volunteer members who have resigned cited a lack of dialogue over the last two years with Quebec Health Minister Gaétan Barrette as the reasons for their resignations. MUHC Users’ Committee also tried to meet with the minister about improving care.

For QCGN vice-president Geoffrey Chambers, naming new board members might help end this chapter for this English-speaking health institution.

Read the article on Global Montreal website