The Integrated University Health and Social Services Center of Marisi-et-du-Center-du-Quebec announced the resignation of its board of directors chairman following a visit to Florida at 1pm on Tuesday.
The internal crisis caused by the Florida visit of the Chairman of the Board of Directors of CIUSSS de la Marisi-et-du-Center-du-Quebec lasted only 24 hours at the end.
Following his departure in early January, the media on Monday advertised that Marcel Dubois would be staying in his second home and the news almost unanimously led to outrage.
Nicolette-Beaconcore deputy Donald Martell said he was “disappointed”, but the mayor of Schwinigan, who had to face the outrage raised during city councilor Martin Asseline’s visit to Florida, declared he “should not have two”. Weights, two dimensions. “Representatives of the union of health workers in the area also expressed their calmness.
The case appears to have caused dissatisfaction at CIUSSS, which declined to comment on the case and was satisfied with the means of communication the day before.
“Mr. Dubois did not get a job by our company and did not receive any compensation for his duties as a director,” he recalled.
“He is a high-quality man who has invested heavily in the governance development of our company,” the company emphasized in a press release sent to the media.
For Jean Boulette, Minister of Labor, Employment and Social Solidarity and Minister in charge of the Mauritius region, the only decision that needs to be made in the Dubai situation.
If he also wants to highlight his 30-year commitment to resigning on the health network, the trip he undertook, despite the indications in place, is, according to him, bad advice.
Michelle Larry, the current vice president of the Board of Directors of CIUSSS, will take over the interim responsibilities until Health and Social Services Minister Christian Dubey appoints a new president to head the organization.