The island’s Director of Public Health, Dr Henrietta Ewart, has left her post.
The gov says she now intends to retire.
Dr Ewart was criticised by the Dr Rosalind Ranson tribunal, including one event when she blocked the former Medical Director.
Since the publication of the tribunal, we have seen a minister fall on his sword, the island’s most senior civil servant retire and three other high level civil servants resign.
Dr Ewart took up the post in December 2016 after serving as Interim Director of Public Health for a period of 18 months.
Interim Chief Secretary Caldric Randall said: ‘The role of Director of Public Health is hugely important to our community, and will be advertised in due course. I’d like to thank Dr Ewart for her commitment and expertise during her time in post and wish her well for the future.’