2 Dartmouth health administrators on leave after complaint
HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — Dartmouth College says two administrators of a health care research group have been placed on paid leave following a complaint about conduct in the workplace.
A college spokeswoman said both were placed on leave Tuesday, and that the complaint was a confidential personnel matter. She said it was unrelated to the investigations of three psychology professors on sexual misconduct allegations.
Duane Compton, dean of the college’s Geisel School of Medicine, said in an email the complaint was against Elliott Fisher, director of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, and Adam Keller, its chief of strategy and operations.
Compton said he couldn’t provide any details. He said the college is working to identify an interim director of the institute.
Messages seeking comment were sent to Fisher and Keller.