The head of Niagara's LHIN has been terminated


The head of the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant Local Health Integration Network was one of the CEO's let go by the province yesterday

Donna Cripps and eight other LHIN CEO's have been given their pink slips,  but the Ford government is refusing to say how much severance they were paid.

Cripps was making over $300,000 a year in salary and taxable benefits.

The Spec however, says a statement made by the head of Hamilton Health Sciences, indicates Cripps will be assuming a new role at Ontario Health, the super agency being created by merging the LHIN's and six other health agencies.