Urgences-santé president steps down temporarily after two complaints

Nicola D'Ulisse said he made the decision to "ensure the integrity of the investigation process."

Ambulances wait outside the Notre-Dame hospital, on Tuesday August 25, 2020.

The president of Urgences-santé, Nicola D’Ulisse, is stepping away from his functions because of an investigation of two complaints against him.

D’Ulisse said he made the decision to “ensure the integrity of the investigation process,” which is based on two complaints related to the organization’s policy on prevention and management of workplace incivility, harassment and violence.

In a statement issued Monday, Urgences-santé said it “takes the situation seriously.”

Daniel Jacques, the assistant general manager for operations, will take over D’Ulisse’s functions.

Urgences-santé handles paramedic and ambulance services in Montreal and Laval.

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