(Quebec) Quebec sacked the CEO of CISSS de la Montérégie-Ouest, Yves Maas, whose management was highly contested.
At its weekly meeting on Wednesday, Legault’s Cabinet of Ministers appointed former Deputy Minister, Liz Ferrolt, as the interim CEO. The term “so far” is replaced by Mr. Maas, referring to the Minister of Health and Social Services, Christian Dube, via a press release. The latter greets Mr. Maas “for his contribution to the establishment over the past few years, especially in the framework of the new Vodril Hospital project.” However, the former CEO has not been appointed anywhere else in the administration.
There were “administrative cases” with Mr. Maas, as someone in Quebec puts it in bleached public service language. Reinforcements were sent during the pandemic to fill gaps.
But above all, an internal crisis rocked the Commonwealth of Independent States of South America (CISSS) for several weeks. Journalism He wrote on March 9 that CISSS nursing staff condemns the administrative chaos and precarious conditions, which have implications for the quality of patient care.
The Sun of Chattuguay This month he has reported calls for CISSS to be put under supervision and a breach of trust by doctors at Yves Masse, who became CEO in 2015 after being General Manager of CSSS Dorval-Lachine-LaSalle.
But on Wednesday morning, a few hours before the Legault government’s decision, text was received by CISSS Chairman Claude Gulin, who reiterated his confidence in Mr. Maas and asserted that the CEO “has everything. The legitimacy of continuing in the position”. Soon the story took a different turn.
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