CPSO strips disgraced Ottawa doctor, Vincent Nadon of his licence

April 15, 2020

Vincent Nadon

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Ottawa Sun reported that Dr. Vincent Nadon a 58-year-old physician lost his medical licence Wednesday for acts of voyeurism and sexual abuse that were represented at a disciplinary hearing as the “most reprehensible conduct imaginable by a physician.”

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario discipline committee ordered Dr. Nadon to pay $786,940.00 ($16,060.00 per 49 patients) to the College for funding provided to patients under the program.

In January 2018, Dr. Nadon was arrested and charged with one count of sexual assault and voyeurism after one of his female patients reported the complaint to the Ottawa police that Dr. Nadon made a video recording of her clinical appointment with him, without her consent, using his mobile phone during a medical exam at the University of Ottawa Health Services.

After a news release, additional patients came forward to the Ottawa Police alleging that they too felt that they had been privately videotaped during their appointments with Dr. Nadon. After which Dr. Nadon was removed from his position at the University of Ottawa Clinics and was charged with 94 charges of voyeurism and sexual assault involving 51 victims.

On December 5, 2018, Dr. Nadon pleaded guilty to 14 counts of voyeurism and sexual assault relating to 49 victims. He pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting 21 victims, and to voyeurism in relation to 38 victims. All of the victims were his patients.

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