The Alberta Health Services board has limited a third party audit into the expenses of its former finance boss.

The board has decided they will not expand the audit to other Edmonton health executives.

Angry health critics are now accusing AHS of going back on their promise to account for taxpayer money.

Alberta Health Services’ former Chief Financial Officer Allaudin Merali left after three months when it was revealed he racked up $346,000 in expenses from 2005-2008.

Liberal health critic Dr. David Swann tells The Calgary Herald he’s livid to hear of the limited audit, saying the decision doesn’t build much trust.