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An oath of ethical professional behavior sworn by new physicians and attributed to Hippocrates.
I swear by Apollo the Physician, Asclepius, Hygeia, Panaceia, and all the gods and goddesses, making them my witnesses, that I will fulfill this oath and this covenant according to my ability and judgment:
To regard him who teaches me the art of medicine as equal to my parents; to share my life with him and, if he is in need, my sustenance; to regard his children as my brothers and to teach them this art, if they wish to learn it, without fee or covenant; to give instruction, written, oral, and practical, to my sons and the sons of my teacher, as well as to any students who have signed a covenant and sworn an oath according to the canons of our profession, but to no others.
I will apply therapeutic measures for the benefit of the sick according to my ability and judgment, and will abstain from harm and wrongdoing.
I will not give a lethal drug to anyone requesting it, nor will I recommend the use of such. Likewise I will not give a woman an abortive drug.
I will live my life and practice my art in purity and in holiness.
I will not perform surgery, even on sufferers from stone, but will not interfere with those who engage in such work.
Whatever houses I enter, I will do so for the benefit of the sick, refraining from all intentional wrongdoing and misconduct, particularly from sexual involvement with persons of either gender, whether free or slaves.
I will not divulge anything of a private nature regarding people’s personal lives that I see or hear, whether in the course of my professional activities or not, because I recognize the shamefulness of revealing such information.
If I carry out this oath and do not break it, may I find satisfaction in life and the practice of my profession and may I deserve honor among men forever. If I violate it and swear falsely, may the opposite be my lot.
Executive leadership Boston Children’s Hospital
|Sandra L. Fenwick, President and Chief Executive Officer
||Kevin Churchwell, MD, Executive Vice President of Health Affairs and Chief Operating Officer
President and Chief Executive Officer: Sandra L. Fenwick
Executive Vice President of Health Affairs and Chief Operating Officer: Kevin Churchwell, MD
Physician-in-Chief, Pediatrician in Chief, Chair of Department of Medicine: Gary R. Fleisher, MD
Surgeon-in-Chief: James Kasser, MD
Executive Director, Heart Center: Michael J. Anderegg
Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer: Dick Argys
Executive Director, Satellite Clinical Operations: Julee Bolg, RN, MS, MBA
Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing and Communications Officer: Margaret Coughlin
Chief Innovation Officer: Naomi Fried, PhD
Vice President, Clinical Services: Michael Gillespie
Vice President, Research Administration: Gus Cervini
Vice President, Government Relations: Josh Greenberg
Senior Vice President, Chief Safety and Quality Officer: Kathy Jenkins, MD
Vice President, Strategy: Jean Mixer
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer: Daniel Nigrin, MD, MS
Senior Vice President and General Counsel: Stuart Novick, Esq.
Chief Investment Officer: Phil Rotner
Senior Vice President, Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer: Laura J. Wood, DNP, MS, RN
Vice President, Human Resources: Inez Stewart
President, Children’s Hospital Trust: Lynn Susman
Vice President of Support Services: Henry Tomasuolo
Chief Financial Officer (CFO): Doug Vanderslice
Executive Director, Satellite Administrative Operations: Jane Venti
Senior Vice President, Network Development and Strategic Partnerships: Wendy Warring, JD
Vice President, Real Estate Planning and Development: Charles Weinstein, Esq.
Department and division chiefs
Department of Anesthesiology
Paul R. Hickey, MD, Anesthesiologist-in-Chief
Department of Cardiac Surgery: Pedro Del Nido
Department of Cardiology: James Lock, MD, Cardiologist-in-Chief
Department of Dentistry: Man Wai Ng
Department of Laboratory Medicine: Orah Platt
Department of Medicine:
Gary Fleisher, Physician-in-Chief
Frederick Lovejoy, Associate Physician-in-Chief
Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine: S. Jean Emans
Division of Clinical Pediatric Oncology: Lisa R. Diller
Division of Developmental Medicine: Leonard Rappaport, MD, MS
Division of Emergency Medicine: Richard G. Bachur, MD
Division of Endocrinology: Joseph A. Majzoub, MD
Division of Gastroenterology/Nutrition: Wayne I. Lencer, MD
Clinical Research Center:
Stavroula Osganian, MD, ScD, MPH
Division of General Pediatrics: Mark A. Schuster, MD, PhD
Division of Genetics: Christopher A. Walsh, MD, PhD
Division of Hematology/Oncology: David A. Williams, MD
Division of Immunology: Raif Geha, MD
Division of Infectious Diseases: Michael Wessels, MD
Division of Molecular Medicine: Stephen Harrison, PhD
Division of Nephrology: William E. Harmon, MD
Division of Newborn Medicine: Stella Kourembanas, MD
Division of Respiratory Diseases: Craig Gerard, MD, PhD
Department of Neurology: Scott L. Pomeroy, MD, PhD
Division of Epilepsy:
Blaise Bourgeois, MD
Department of Neurosurgery: Alan Cohen, MD, FACS, FAAP
Department of Ophthalmology: David G. Hunter, MD, PhD
Department of Orthopedic Surgery: James R. Kasser, MD, Surgeon-in-Chief
Division of Sports Medicine: Lyle J. Micheli, MD
Department of Otolaryngology: Michael J. Cunningham, MD
Department of Pathology: Mark Daniel Fleming, MD, DPhil
Department of Plastic Surgery: John G. Meara, MD, DMD, MBA
Section of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery: Bonnie L. Padwa, DMD, MD
Department of Psychiatry: David R. DeMaso, MD
Division of Psychology: Eugene J. D’Angelo, PhD
Department of Radiology: Richard L. Robertson, Jr., MD
Division of Computed Tomography: Michael J. Callahan, MD
Division of Diagnostic Radiology: Kirsten Ecklund, MD
Division of Interventional Radiology: Darren B. Orbach, MD, PhD
Division of Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Caroline D. Robson, MB, ChB
Division of Neuroradiology: Caroline D. Robson, MB, ChB
Division of Nuclear Medicine/PET:
Stephan D. Voss, MD, PhD
Division of Ultrasound: Carol E. Barnewolt, MD
Department of Surgery: Robert C. Shamberger, MD
Division of Gynecology: Marc R. Laufer, MD
Department of Urology: David A. Diamond, MD
Genomics: Louis Kunkel, PhD
Informatics: Isaac Kohane, MD, PhD
Neuroscience: Clifford Woolf, PhD
Stem Cell/Developmental Biology: Leonard Zon, MD
Vascular Biology: Marsha A. Moses, PhD
Everyone listed above is responsible in whole or in part of this
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Commissioner of DCF email: email@example.com
When to Contact the FBI: Corrupt activities in state, local, or federal governments or in law enforcement;
FBI E-mail: Boston@ic.fbi.gov
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Phone: (617) 742-5533
Fax: (617) 223-6327
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MURDER! by depraved indifference it’s attempted second-degree murder by Boston DCF
To constitute depraved indifference, the defendant’s conduct must be ‘so wanton, so deficient in a moral sense of concern, so lacking in regard for the life or lives of others, and so blameworthy as to warrant the same criminal liability as that which the law imposes upon a person who intentionally causes a crime. Depraved indifference focuses on the risk created by the defendant’s conduct,not the injuries actually resulting.
the People were required to establish also that defendant’s act was imminently dangerous and presented a very high risk of death to others and that it was committed under circumstances which evidenced a wanton indifference to human life or a depravity of mind. . . .
Yes WE THE PEOPLE find that Central Office of the Department of Children and Families: involved in the Justina Pelletier case have and are acting in imminently dangerous way and presented a very high risk of death to Justina Pelletier. Further more WE find that the DCF and ALL those involved in this case, that their action demonstrates a “callous disregard for human life” that may results in death. WE demand the immediate removal of DCF officials pending charges for the attempted second-degree murder of Justina Pelletier.
Central Office of the Department of Children and Families:
Phone number: (617) 748-2000
Commissioner of DCF email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Department of Children and Families. 600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111
YES I DID EMAIL THIS TO THEM AND YOU SHOULD TOO!
update: Aresst them all
- Olga Roche, Commissioner
- Vacant, Chief of Staff
- Paul Fitzsimons, Acting Deputy Commissioner, Field Operations
- Christina Joyce, Acting Deputy Commissioner, Policy, Planning & Programs
- David O’Callaghan, Chief Financial Officer
- Mary Ellen Bennard, Chief Information Officer
- Virginia Peel, General Counsel
- Ruben Ferreira, Assistant Commissioner, Continuous Quality Improvement
- Robert Wentworth, Assistant Commissioner of Planning and Program Development
- Mary Gambon, Assistant Commissioner of Adoption and Foster Care
- Cayenne Isaksen, Director of Public Affairs
- Colin Moore, Director of Legislative Affairs
- Kevin Barboza, Ombudsman
- Leo Farley, Adoption Support
- Joy Cochran, Foster Care Support
- Debora Sullivan, Adoption and Foster Care Recruitment
- Maureen Fallon-Messeder, Adolescent Services
- Lucille Lovanni, Accounting/Bill Paying
- Neal Michaels, Early Intervention and Special Projects
- Ros Walter, Data
- Tammy Mello, Domestic Violence
To contact any of the individuals above, please call the Central Office of the Department of Children and Families at (617) 748-2000, or, write to them at the following address:
Department of Children and Families
600 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02111
For any comments or questions, please email the Commissioner at: email@example.com.
I do know that Justina IS at risk maybe I should fill out this form Report of Child(ren) Alleged to be Suffering from Serious Physical or Emotional Injury by Abuse or Neglect
Thank you for your e-mail.
We will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible.
If you are writing to report a case of abuse or neglect, please call the Child At Risk Hotline at: 1-800-792-5200
For a listing of local DCF offices , please visit: mass.gov/dcf
Boston, MA – Today, A contempt of court motion was filed against the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families (DCF) in the Justina Pelletier case.
Three weeks ago on March 3, Judge Joseph Johnston approved a written agreement transferring care to Tufts Medical Center. Despite this enforceable order, DCF still has not made appointments with Tufts. The Pelletiers have spoken several times to Dr. Korson, who was treating Justina before this debacle began, and they obtained an appointment date. Dr. Korson said that he wants to see Justina and resume her treatment immediately, but on Friday, March 21, DCF said it will not honor any appointments with Tufts until the judge rules on Tuesday.
“A child’s health and welfare are hanging in the balance. We cannot continue to withhold treatment from this young girl,” said Mat Staver, Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel. “It is obvious to everyone but DCF that this disease is physical, not psychiatric. DCF should stop delaying, obey the court order, and send her to Tufts for medical treatment today!” Staver continued.
The Pelletiers are preparing other legal pleadings to remove DCF from this case. “DCF has abused its authority. DCF had no right to come between Justina and medical care,” Staver said.
Last Monday, Mat Staver was in court before Judge Johnston. Two matters were brought up: (1) Staver’s (second) motion to be admitted to the case, and (2) a request to return Justina home to the parents. Judge Johnston said he would rule on both matters by the end of the week. On Friday afternoon, the clerk of the court stated the judge will rule next Tuesday. In 14 months, Judge Johnston has not issued a single written opinion. He continually kicks the can down the road.
On February 24, Mat Staver first appeared in the Boston court seeking to represent the family. DCF objected. The judge said that DCF had 48 hours to file any written objections. DCF did not, but the judge did not rule. “The delay tactics, hoping that the press will lose interest in this case, must cease. Justina must be returned to her parents’ custody and Tufts’ care,” Staver said.
A Massachusetts judge ruled Tuesday that the Connecticut teen in the middle of a contentious custody battle between her parents and the state will remain in the custody of the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families.
The Boston Globe reported that Suffolk County juvenile court Judge Joseph Johnson granted“permanent” custody to the state DCF. This decision was in response to a motion filed by Lou and Linda Pelletier, Justina’s parents, and her court-appointed lawyer for a “conditional custody” plan. Up until this point, DCF only had temporary custody of Justina, which it had maintained for more than a year.
Mass Gov. Deval Patrick’s office:
Massachusetts State House
Office of the Governor Deval Patrick
Phone: 617.725.4005; 888.870.7770 (in state)
CT Gov. Dannel Malloy’s Office:
Phone: (860) 566-4840
Toll-Free: (800) 406-1527
Tdd: (860) 524-7397
Fax: (860) 524-7395
Address: State Capitol, 210 Capitol Avenue, Hartford, Ct 06106
“Please let me go home right now.”
Those are some of the first words that the public has ever heard from Justina Pelletier since she was taken out of her parents custody and into the care of the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families 16 months ago.
“This is the first time they can actually hear her in her own voice,” Rev. Patrick Mahoney told TheBlaze Monday of the video posted to the “A Miracle for Justina” Facebook page, showing the 16-year-old in a wheelchair.
“All I really want to be with is with my family and my friends,” Justina said in the video posted Sunday night.
“You can do it. You’re the one that’s judging this. Please let me go home Judge Johnson and Gov. Patrick,” Justina continued directing her comments to Suffolk County juvenile court Judge Joseph Johnston and Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick. “Please, right now. Please let me go home right now. I need to be home with my family and just please do it.”
Watch the video:
Justina’s video comes after she was allowed a brief visit at home and attended her sister’s dance recital over the weekend, Mahoney said. It also comes after the DCF filed a motion last week to reconsider and dismiss the case against Justina Pelletier’s parents, Lou and Linda Pelletier.
“We are pleased that the family has engaged around the reunification plan and we have filed papers in court to support our shared goal of bringing Justina home,” Alec Loftus, a spokesman for the state’s Health and Human Services department, said in an emailed statement.
The teen’s parents lost custody of their daughter after a disagreement with Boston Children’s Hospital over a medical diagnosis. Since then, they have been fighting for her return in and out of court.
Mahoney told TheBlaze the next set date when Judge Johnston could rule on the case in light of DCF’s motion is June 20, but the family hopes for something sooner.
“The Pelletiers have completed all four elemnts of DCF reunification plan. Based on DCF filing this request for dismissal and the Pelletiers completing reunification plan, there is no reason at all why Justina should not be released immediately,” he said, noting that Father’s Day was coming up this Sunday.
While Mahoney could not comment on any further legal action that the Pelletiers might take, he said, that “one would expect the Pelletiers to use every recourse to hold government accountable to ensure this never happens again.”