Doctor charged with four murders in Ontario has a tumultuous past in Saskatchewan

A doctor charged with four murders in Ontario has a tumultuous history in Saskatchewan

Brian Nadler's next court date is scheduled for September 7, 2022.

Brian Nadler, a former doctor at Hawkesbury General Hospital, has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder after the deaths of elderly patients in Ontario. The 36-year-old had twice been charged with professional misconduct while working at St. Paul's Hospital in Saskatoon.

Brian Nadler began a four-year residency training program at the University of Saskatchewan in July 2014. While at St. Paul's Hospital, he was charged with calling a female co-worker a slut after a disagreement and telling another person he wanted to slap that co-worker.

He was also accused of improperly keeping patient records.

In September 2018, while working in the United States, Brian Nadler appeared before the Nevada State Board of Physicians. He described his time in Saskatoon as tumultuous and claimed that staff members had psychologically abused him.

Over a period of approximately two weeks, I had a negative interaction with one of my [incumbent supervisors], who interpreted a conversation we had as questioning his judgment. medical, Brian Nadler told the Council of Physicians.

There were a lot of rumors going around this small community hospital. It really became very apparent that many staff members had a very negative view of me, he added.

Another person had subsequently been assigned to supervise, but the situation had not improved, he said.

“I got to the point where I was in tears and emailed my program asking for help.

— Brian Nadler, speaking to the Nevada State Board of Physicians in September 2018

After another misunderstanding with a doctor about of a patient's change in treatment, he was suspended.

Brian Nadler told the Nevada State Board of Physicians that he fully admitted to the two charges of unprofessional conduct against him, that he had taken ethics courses and of record keeping and that he had written a letter of apology to the doctor.

At the time, the Saskatchewan Medical College had no took no further disciplinary action. The Nevada State Board of Physicians unanimously granted Brian Nadler a license to practice medicine.

Brian Nadler faces to four charges of first degree murder in the deaths of four Ontario seniors.

Three of those charges were laid Wednesday by the Ontario Provincial Police. He was already charged with the first degree murder of 89-year-old Albert Poidinger.

Brian Nadler's next court date in Ontario is scheduled for September 7, 2022.< /p>

With information from Joanne Chianello and Denis Babin

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