Dr. Brian Nadler was charged with murder in the first degree. A number of suspicious deaths have been reported at a hospital in Hawkesbury, Ontario, according to police. All of Nadler’s privileges at the hospital have been revoked, according to the hospital.
After an altercation with another doctor in Saskatchewan in 2018, Nadler was charged with unprofessional conduct. According to the website of the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons, he graduated from McGill University in 2010.
According to police, there is no danger to the public or patients, and the investigation will not disrupt normal operations. In a statement, the hospital says, “We want to reassure our patients, their families, and the community at large that the hospital site is safe.” According to the report, hospital officials are working with police and reaching out to worried families. The hospitalist practices in a hospital and cares for a variety of patients, according to the website. He lives in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, a suburb of Montreal. Nadler’s attorney claims that his client’s innocence will be vigorously defended.
According to the college, the matter was settled when Nadler agreed to take courses in “professional ethics and medical record-keeping.” Nadler is still being held in custody and is scheduled to appear in court on April 6. Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact the Hawkesbury OPP detachment or Crime Stoppers. The investigation hasn’t come to a conclusion yet.
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