The Hawkesbury General Hospital in Hawkesbury, Ontario will be found on March 26, 2021. A doctor in eastern Ontario, accused of killing an 89-year-old man in a hospital last week, has suspended his medical license. (Adrian Wild / Canadian Press)
A doctor in eastern Ontario, accused of killing an 89-year-old man in a hospital last week, has suspended his doctor’s license.
Dr. Brian Nadler was charged with first-class murder by Ontario police on Friday.
The University of Doctors and Surgeons in Ontario says Nadler is currently suspended. He states that he took immediate action to suspend Nadler’s license after being notified of the allegations against Nadler.
“We recognize that this is a very difficult time for the community,” reads a statement from the CPSO.
The university says it is working with police and will take all necessary steps to protect its people.
Police said on Monday that the alleged victim of Nadler was Que. Identified as Albert Poidinger of Point Claire.
Poidinger was sentenced to death on March 25 at Hawkesbury and District General Hospital.
Police spokesman Bill Dixon said investigators were able to quickly gather evidence that would allow Nadler to be arrested and charged with first-class murder.