Jonathan Saltzman

Jonathan Saltzman is a member of the Globe’s Spotlight Team. He has more than two decades of journalism experience. He previously worked for WBUR and WRNI, the NPR stations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Before that, he was a reporter at the Providence Journal.

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Spotlight follow-up

Whistle-blower files suit over alleged double-booked surgeries

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A former MGH anesthesiologist charges in a lawsuit that orthopedic surgeons at the hospital put patients at risk and defrauded the government.

Doctor who faced retaliation for raising concerns about double-booked surgeries wins lawsuit

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Dr. James Holsapple had “vehemently objected” to doctors doing two operations at once.

St. Paul’s School admits 13 staffers engaged in ‘sexual misconduct’

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In the sheer numbers of teachers implicated, the case ranks as among the most pervasive that has been substantiated at a regional private school.

Spotlight Follow-up

Students apparently abused at N.Y. private school, report says

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The investigation found that many students appeared to have been victims of sexual abuse and exploitation since the 1950s.