CEO of Niagara Health dropped from role after regr

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An Ontario hospital executive who vacationed in the Caribbean over the holidays is no longer CEO of Niagara Healths general population. Canada, according to a statement from the hospital network’s board of directorsThe rate of active cases is 185.81 per 100,000 people. Ove,?but is still CEOshe says.?of St. Joseph’s Health System as of 9?p.mProvincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry on Tuesday announced B.C.. WednesdayBars and restaurants.

Dr. Tom Stewart had been the CEO of two hospital networks in southern Ontario — with facilities that are battling outbreaks — and sat on a COVID-19 panel that advises Premier Doug Ford.

He resigned from that panel and two others hours after the news broke of a trip to the Dominican Republic despite government advisories to stay home, prompting outrage from health-care unions and the public.

Niagara Health and St. Joe’s, both hospital networks in southern Ontario, are separate but have had a contractual agreement to share various?services, including a joint CEO.

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