uOttawa Health Clinic doctor charged with voyeurism, sex assault
Ottawa Police have charged a Chelsea man with voyeurism and sexual assault, after investigating a complaint connected with a medical practice.
Police say a woman in her 20s told police earlier this week that she had reason to believe she was being filmed without her consent during a medical exam at the University of Ottawa Health Services Clinic at 316 Rideau Street.
Police have now charged 56-year-old Vincent Nadon, of Chelsea, with one count of voyeurism and one count of sexual assault.
A Dr. Vincent Nadon is listed among health providers at the 316 Rideau Street clinic.
The University says Nadon will be prevented from practicing at University of Ottawa Health Clinics.
Némoie Duval, Manager of Media Relations at the University of Ottawa, has provided the following statement:
The safety and security of our students, faculty and support staff is of the utmost importance to the University of Ottawa.
Immediately upon being notified, the University contacted University of Ottawa Health Services (UOHS) to ensure the physician is barred from practicing at UOHS clinics.
The UOHS is an independent service provider contracted to deliver health services to uOttawa students and employees. It also provides health services to people in the community.
Ottawa Police Investigators are concerned there may be other victims.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Ottawa Police Service Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Unit at 613-236-1222, ext. 5944.
Anonymous tips can be submitted by calling Crime Stoppers, toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or by downloading the Ottawa Police app.