Brian Nadler, a doctor from Dollard des Ormeaux accused of killing 89 year-old patient Albert Poidinger from Pointe-Claire at Hawkesbury Hospital in Ontario has been granted bail.
Conditions for Nadler’s bail include not practicing medicine, not communicating with staff or patients at the hospital, and remaining in Canada.
Moreover, his licence to practise medicine was suspended by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario shortly after he was charged.
Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) arrested and charged Nadler with first-degree murder on March 25, after Poidinger was declared dead.
Nadler was being held at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre until July 5, when he was granted bail.
The OPP stated that Nadler is also under investigation in connection to several other murders, however no additional charges have been issued to date. According to OPP spokesperson, Bill Dickson, toxicology reports are underway.
His lawyer, Brian Greenspan, says that Nadler maintains that he is not guilty of the charge.