“Health Minister Gaétan Barrette’s top-down management style is coming under scrutiny following the resignation of more than half the board members at the McGill University Health Centre.”
The resignation of 10 independent board members reflects the counterproductive approach Barrette takes with health care institutions. Board members have complained about ignored meetings and failed correspondence. However, it was the revealed reports on the MUHC that made them decide on resignation.
Glenn Rourke, one of the board members who stepped down, disputes Barrette’s claims that the MUHC had chronic deficits. QCGN vice-president Geoffrey Chambers said he’s hopeful about potential resolution to the “crisis” with these resignations.