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Office of closed Birmingham abortion now for sale or lease

Posted in Abortion Advertisement, Abortion clinic closed by state with tags , , , , , , , on March 6, 2014 by saynsumthn

Now closed Birmingham abortion clinic, New Woman All Woman is for sale or lease.

Pro-lifer Terry Gensemer posted this image on twitter:

New Woman All Women For Sale

The clinic located at 1001 17th Street in Birmingham, AL was owned by Diane Derzis and run by abortionist Bruce Norman.

The property is now for sale or lease, I wonder if the new owners will be told it was a killing center.

NWAW For Sale or Lease

The clinic has many health deficiencies and was ordered closed in October.

Ohio abortion clinic closed by state

Posted in Abortion Clinic Closed, Abortion clinic closed by state, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortionist with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 16, 2013 by saynsumthn

Officials in Ohio have closed a late-term abortion business that broke state law and put women’s health at risk by not following state laws requiring abortion practitioners to have admitting privileges at a local hospital to help women who are injured by botched abortions.

That failure to obtain a transfer agreement, which has been an issue for years for the abortion facility in question, played a key role in shutting down the abortion clinic run by the abortion practitioner credited with making the partial-birth abortion procedure a household name.

Today, Ohio Right to Life obtained the Ohio Department of Health’s Report and Recommendation regarding the revocation of the license of Lebanon Road Surgery Center, an abortion clinic near Cincinnati. A state health examiner affirmed the order to revoke the license after this abortion clinic, operated by the notorious late-term abortionist Martin Haskell, failed to obtain either a transfer agreement or a variance

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The Lebanon Road Surgery Center is the most recent of five Ohio abortion clinics closed or slated to close. This news comes less than 48 hours after Ohio Right to Life revealed that another late-term abortionist closed his clinic in Cleveland.

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Haskell is also Medical Director for his affiliate abortion clinic: Women’s Medical Center of Dayton.

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911 call place by late-term abortionist Martin Haskell after a patient suffered complications after an abortion. Haskell laughs when offered emergency care instructions, even though his patient is suffering a life-threatening prolonged seizure while he is speaking.

Abortion clinic report: unsterile,unsafe

Posted in Abortion clinic closed by state, Abortion Clinic Inspections, abortion clinic safety, Abortion complication, Abortionist with tags , , , , , on January 7, 2013 by saynsumthn

Unsterilized medical equipment and improper disposal just some of the reasons the state closed a Michigan abortion clinic.

The State is also investigating a 2012 Operation Rescue complaint against the abortionist.

Abortionist Robert Alexander, who operated the shuttered Women’s Medical Services, is currently under investigation based on complaints filed by Operation Rescue last August.

“We have information of grossly unsafe conditions and practices at Alexander’s abortion clinic. We filed three complaints with various agencies, including the Bureau of Health Professionals. Based on our complaints, investigations are proceeding,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue and Pro-Life Nation.

The long list of allegations made by Operation Rescue paint a grisly picture of a ‘house of horrors’ abortion mill that routinely disregarded the lives and health of women though unsanitary and deceptive practices. The complaints include allegations related to 24 standard of practice violations, 23 facilities violations, and 7 environmental waste disposal violations. Some of the allegations include:

Non-qualified personnel providing services.
Violation of the 24-hour waiting period.
Using a broken ultrasound machine to “show” patients their fetus and gestational development.
Failure to remain on premises during the post operative portion of the patient’s stay.
Failure to keep adequate medical records.
Unsanitary surgical practices, including the use of unsterilized or reused equipment during abortions.
Maintaining unsanitary facilities.
Furnishment of false information on drug records.
Failure to properly dispose of medical waste.