Parentectomy On SALE In Boston | Part 2
Hospital Risk Management

What Are the Indications for Parent-Ectomy? (Part 2)

There is an outbreak at Boston Children’s Hospital. Indeed, there have been unusually high numbers of a phenomenon called”parent-Ectomy.”

What is Parent-Ectomy?

Parent-Ectomy is a diagnosis made when parents disagree with doctors over the care of their child. It is a diagnosis of convenience, and is one that comes with unlimited ways, from a doctor’s perspective, to CYA (“cover your ass”). This outbreak of Par-Entectomies at Boston Children’s Hospital warrants an authentic independent investigation.

Parent-Ectomy is a slang term used for doctors who deny parents’ rights and mandate treatment decisions regarding their children’s care. Parent-Ectomy is new! The outbreak is currently confined to one major, elite teaching hospital for children–Boston Children’s Hospital. In this location, parents disagree with inexperienced doctors (who have monetary incentives for research) over the care of their children. Doctors who make such dubious diagnoses fall within the following profile:

  • They lack integrity.


  • They lack ethics.


  • They lack experience.


However, these incompetent doctors are well-protected. The situation is presently confined to Boston Children’s Hospital where the bureaucratic United States’ medical-delivery system and lack of oversight make such incompetence unnoticeable and the standard of care in medicine.

What Are the Indications of Par-Entectomy?

There are none! Poorly trained, inexperienced doctors at Boston Children’s Hospital maliciously use this strategy to conceal medical errors or to gather subjects for research while patients are branded “unfit.” (FreeJustinaNow). These doctors are well-protected by the elites of Boston and the State of Massachusetts. To date, there has been no clinical research or science that justifies the use of parentectomy as a treatment option. Why haven’t the authorities freed these children at Boston Children’s Hospital?

A gap in jurisdiction, the Harvard name, and a misplaced sense of trust in a corrupt and cruel medical delivery system. In addition, medical charts are now riddled with false information about these children and their parents.

Parent-Ectomy appears to be the latest risk management strategy that labels (defames and mischaracterize) patients for the sole purpose of discrediting their complaints and grievances. To reduce the reporting of medical errors, hospitals use big data and informatics to make risk management decisions. Once a high-risk patient or parent (dissatisfied patient or parent) is identified, multiple charts are created that paint a stereotypical picture of the patient, diverting attention from the real medical problem. A dead or incapacitated comatose patient strung out on psychiatric medication is ideal for hospitals. No one investigates, and the word of hospitals and doctors are similar to those of priests in the Catholic Church. Furthermore, why would hospitals do anything so unethical and illegal? MONEY and PROTECTION.

In-depth Analysis of Parent-Ectomy

Parent-Ectomy is new. The outbreak is confined to one major elite teaching hospital for children—Boston Children’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Parent-Ectomy occurs only in the context of frustrated parents who disagree with inexperienced doctors over the care of their child. The doctors who make this diagnosis have fixed profiles—they lack integrity and ethics as well as experience. These incompetent doctors are well-protected by the United States’ bureaucratic medical delivery system.

A parentectomy is framed using the guise of medical child abuse. Medical child abuse implicitly refers to an ill-defined psychiatric illness called Munchausen by proxy where one parent intentionally seeks unnecessary care for a child in order to get attention for herself; the parent is usually female. The parent, intentionally, travels long distances to seek care for her child because of a dissatisfaction with local doctors. The underlying problem is the parent who intentionally seeks sympathy and attention through fictitious illnesses of the child—Munchausen by proxy. Munchausen’s is rarely diagnosed by experienced, competent physicians.

Any psychiatric diagnosis made by a new physician without a consultation with the patient’s primary care physician and family members should be suspect and considered a diagnosis of convenience and CYA—cover your ass. Psychiatric and substance abuse labels have become risk-management strategies with unlimited ways to CYA. This outbreak of parentectomies at Boston Children’s Hospital warrants a real independent investigation. A similar risk-management ploy was used by Tufts Medical Center. I have multiple medical records, and each scheme was unique without overlap. The Department of Health and Human Services says that is the standard of care in Massachusetts. Meanwhile, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) says that discrimination in medicine lacks probable cause.

Did you know that at least 25% of patients are victims of medical errors by hospitals and their employees? Yes, one in four patients is a victim of medical errors that result in readmission, disability, and death (according to a 2010 study). Unfortunately, we do not have real-time data to show a dramatic increase in parentectomies at Boston Children’s Hospital.

Patients are guinea pigs to many teaching hospitals whose major source of revenues are federal grants. Boston teaching hospitals rely heavily on these grants. When Justina is rightfully returned to her parents, an investigation should follow with Boston Children’s Hospital heavily fined and ineligible for federal grants over the next five years. In addition, guilty doctors and other providers should be permanently expelled from the field of medicine.

This has not been an isolated case but rather a medical scam concocted by hospitals to stay alive. Today, hospitals are untouchable. They are in charge of medicine, and the ACA gives them more power but no accountability. Hospitals and their employees recognize this sweet advantage. Justina Pelletier is an example of their abuse of power. My experience at Tufts Medical Center is another example. Patients have no rights upon entering the hospital. Admission to a hospital is becoming the fastest way to ruin patients and their families.

Hospitals know: No one believes the patient

What do you say? I say get involved before you are in need of medical care. Failure to listen can mean life or death! There are no indications for parent-Ectomy: parentectomy is not a medical, surgical, or psychiatric treatment!

This is not medicine and not healthy



Author: Angela Grant

Angela Grant is a medical doctor. For 22 years, she practiced emergency medicine and internal medicine. She studied for one year at Harvard T. H Chan School Of Public Health. She writes about culture, race, and health.

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