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Allegation against Michigan abortionist leads to fine and reprimand

Posted in Abortionist, Abortionist Investigated, Abortionist Medical Board with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on May 14, 2014 by saynsumthn

H/T 40 Days for Life Lansing and Lynn Mills:
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Abortionist Theodore Roumell has been doing abortions at the now closed Feminine Health Care abortion clinic after Alberto Hodari retired. The Flint abortion clinic was in non-compliance with the State of Michigan. Both the medical waste and free-standing surgical license had expired, and following open formal complaints against the clinic, the abortion mill is no longer open, says pro-lifer Lynn Mills.

Mills told a local radio station that she discovered a law about controlled substances and then filed a complaint with the Attorney General against abortionist Roumell and she predicts three more abortion clinics will close because of this complaint.

Roumell owns the WomanCare abortion clinics.

Now the allegation Mills filed against abortionist Theodore Roumell has resulted in both a fine and reprimand of Roumell’s Pharmacy/Drug Control license as of April 9.

COMPLAINT:
Theodore Louis Roumell complaints

On April 9, 2014 the MICHIGAN BOARD OF PHARMACY DISCIPLINARY SUBCOMMITTEE filed a Consent Order and Stipulation which led to the action.

DISCIPLINE:
Roumell Discipline 2014

As a result the abortionists license is restricted. His California license appears to be unaffected by the Michigan action- however- it is possible that California has not been notified as of yet.

Roumell still under investigation
Theodore Roumell

In a separate allegation filed by 40 days for Life Lansing, they claim that Roumell and his clinic are “cited for failure to offer an ultrasound viewing to an abortion client who told us that she wanted to see her baby but wasn’t given that chance. Michigan Law requires providers to offer a live viewing or photo of the baby in the womb. That allegation is still under administrative review with the Bureau of Health Care Services.”

Late-term Abortionists Dump Kansas Licenses, Will Avoid Discipline

Posted in Abortion, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortionist, Curtis Boyd, Late term abortion, pro-choice with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 6, 2010 by saynsumthn

• Written by Operation Rescue
• Posted August 5, 2010 at 12:19 pm

Albuquerque, NM – Two Albuquerque late-term abortionists who worked for George Tiller’s Women’s Health Care Services in Wichita, Kansas, before it permanently closed last year have dumped their Kansas medical licenses, placing them outside the disciplinary jurisdiction of the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts.

Abortionist Shelley Sella cancelled her Kansas license the same week that the KSBHA notified Operation Rescue that an eleven-count disciplinary petition had been filed against Ann Kristin Neuhaus, who provided improper late-term abortion referrals to Tiller’s abortion business. The petition was based on a complaint made by an Operation Rescue staff member.

Susan C. Robinson voluntarily put her Kansas license on “Inactive” status a month after WHCS closed. At that time of the closure, Tiller also faced an eleven-count disciplinary petition filed by the KSBHA for illegal late-term abortions referred to him by Neuhaus. The KSBHA closed the case only because of his death in May, 2009.

“The move to voluntarily terminate their medical licenses in Kansas puts Sella and Robinson outside the disciplinary jurisdiction of the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “That action says a lot about their legitimate concerns that they could also have faced discipline for abortion abuses in which they may have participated while in Kansas.”

Both abortionists are now operating in Albuquerque, New Mexico, at Southwestern Women’s Options, a late-term abortion mill operated by former back-alley abortionist Curtis Boyd. Boyd boasts of having done thousands of criminal abortions prior to Roe v. Wade and acknowledges that he is aware that he is killing by doing abortions.

Last month, Operation Rescue was notified that the KSBHA had filed a disciplinary petition against Neuhaus for improper late-term abortion referrals to Tiller’s clinic.

Without the referrals, WHCS would have been barred from doing the more financially lucrative abortions past viability. Abortionists who benefited from Neuhaus’ improper referrals included Tiller, Sella, Robinson, and Nebraska abortionist LeRoy Carhart.

Carhart alone maintains a current Kansas medical license. He remains under investigation in Nebraska after several clinic workers came forward and provided affidavits detailing abortion abuses and illegal activity they witnessed while in Carhart’s employment at his run-down mill in Bellevue, Nebraska. His efforts to open a late-term abortion clinic in Kansas after the closure of WHCS were blocked by Operation Rescue.

“The people of New Mexico, where Sella and Robinson have relocated, need to be aware that these two have a history of shady abortion practices. Sella, Robinson, and their new employer, Curtis Boyd, all have flouted the law and placed the lives of women at risk,” said Newman. “Sella and Robinson’s recent efforts to place themselves outside of the disciplinary jurisdiction of Kansas show they are defiant and are unwilling to amend their ways or submit to justice. Their above-the-law attitude is a dangerous one that could cost women their lives.”

Operation Rescue has deployed a Truth Truck to Albuquerque to help expose dangerous late-term abortions there and help women make decisions to save the lives of their babies. http://www.operationrescue.org/