Workplace Conflict at the Halifax Operational Trauma and Stress Support Centre

On December 6, 2001, the Office of the Ombudsman received a complaint from Dr. Diane McIntosh alleging that nothing was being done to resolve ongoing workplace tensions and conflicts among staff and health care providers at the Halifax Operational Trauma and Stress Support Centre (Halifax Support Centre). Dr. McIntosh, a civilian psychiatrist, was working as a third party contractor at the Halifax Support Centre. Dr. McIntosh was concerned that if no immediate action was taken to alleviate the situation, these tensions and conflicts were so serious and widespread that they would have a negative impact on patient care.

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