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The liquefied natural gas tanker Inigo Tapias makes its way through Boston Harbor past downtown Boston in Jan. 2004. Every few days, tankers like this one carry 33 million gallons of liquefied natural gas to a plant in Everett. And for each trip, the Coast Guard coordinates an armada of protection--a helicopter, police divers, marine patrol, environmental police, fire-fighting tugs, city police boats, Coast Guard vessels. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)
Many of you have probably read the litany of articles that the Beacon Journal has written about the change in physicians who staff Summa Health’s emergency departments. Within these articles were the claims of a “culture of fear” that exists within our walls. The purpose of this letter is to provide the perspective of employees who go to work fearless and empowered by leadership to do their jobs every day.