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Black woman: Planned Parenthood has never denounced Negro Project

Posted in Black Conservative, Black Women with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 18, 2016 by saynsumthn

More on what the Black Community says about Planned Parenthood here.

Hospital did not want relationship with Planned Parenthood says doctor

Posted in Abortion and medicaid fraud, Abortion Clinic Inspections, Abortion in the news, Abortionist, Abortionist Medicaid Fraud, Planned Parenthood abortionist with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on May 23, 2014 by saynsumthn


Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and Planned Parenthood Southeast, have filed a lawsuit challenging a state law that places restrictions on abortion providers and would force most of the state’s clinics to stop providing abortions.

In testimony against the stricter legislation on abortion in Alabama, a medical director of Planned Parenthood Southeast’s clinics in Birmingham and Mobile, told the media that she previously had admitting privileges while a faculty member at the University of Alabama School of Medicine, but said conversations with UAB officials made it clear she would not be able to get those privileges again.

They did not want a relationship with Planned Parenthood at all,” said Roe. “They did not want the political controversies that come with having a relationship with Planned Parenthood.

The media went to great lengths to shield the name of this Planned Parenthood doctor, but, if I was to guess, I would guess Tamer Middleton as the one who possibly made this claim that hospitals did not want a relationship with Planned Parenthood.

The doctor giving testimony referred to only as “Roe” in the article allegedly testified behind a black curtain, and said they had never had an abortion patient transferred to a hospital by stretcher.

On cross-examination of Roe, Assistant Attorney General Margaret Fleming questioned Roe about an incident that occurred late last year, where two employees of Planned Parenthood’s Birmingham office were found to be selling abortion drugs in the parking lot of the facility. Planned Parenthood has closed the facility and, with the exception of Roe, fired the staff; Planned Parenthood Southeast CEO Staci Fox testified earlier this week that she expected the facility to reopen within a month. The Birmingham clinic of Planned Parenthood Southeast ceased operations in January.

Fleming asked Roe if the clinic had followed up with patients following the closing of the facility in January, saying there was no documentation of follow-up calls to patients in the medical records of the facility. Fleming also said that the staff delegated to make the phone calls had been dismissed.

Roe said the clinic did do the follow ups. “It was not documented, but the calls were made,” she said.

Fleming also questioned whether the clinic’s back-up physician had a substantial role in the clinic, citing Roe’s earlier testimony that she would refer patients experiencing complications to a hospital. Roe said she made those judgments on a case-by-case basis.

Fleming also pressed Roe on whether the Birmingham clinic was in compliance with Alabama Department of Public Health regulations that require physicians performing abortions to contact emergency room doctors when patients are admitted with complications. Roe said the clinic “facilitates and complies” with physicians in treatment.

Your own protocol is inconsistent with the rules of the Alabama Department of Public Health in this case,” Fleming said.

Yes, ma’am,” Roe replied.

On redirect questioning, Roe said that the ADPH had never complained to the clinic about its current policies, and that they would change them if so directed.

According to a report by Operation Rescue, Planned Parenthood abortionist Tamer Middleton is a “fly-in” abortionist who is known to work at abortion clinics in predominately Black neighborhoods, including Planned Parenthood in Mobile, Alabama, and a Feminist Women’s Health Center in Atlanta, Georgia, where late-term abortions are done. Ironically, medical licensing sites list her “specialty” as “Family Medicine.”

Tamer Middleton GA Med Board

Tamer is listed on the 2011 Planned Parenthood Southeast 990 as “Director of Ultrasound Services”

Tamer Middleton PP 990

Middleton, who is a regular blogger on the pro-abortion RH Reality Check Blog, is based in Georgia, travels to Virginia Beach to abort babies then leaves the state, providing no continuity of care to women suffering from complications from abortions.

In 2009, TAMER MIDDLETON worked alongside now jailed abortionist Tyrone Malloy.





But by 2012 the abortionist/doctor working at the clinic remained the same.

FWHC Docs 2012

Tamer Middleton graduated from Morehouse School Of Medicine and according to her medical board records works for Grady Memorial Hospital Systems

Tyrone Malloy graduated from JOHNS HOPKINS and works at the following hospitals: DEKALB MEDICAL CENTER, ATLANTA MEDICAL CENTER,DECATUR HOSPITAL,EMORY UNIVERSITY – Malloy has been disciplined by the state of Georgia:

Tyrone Malloy Discipline


drmalloyTyrone Malloy is no stranger to this blogger. Feminist Women’s Health Center Abortionist Tyrone Malloy was involved in the 2009 abortion related death of a 23 year-old patient and was indicted in 2011 by a Georgia DeKalb County grand jury for two counts of Medicaid fraud. Read more Here here and here


Malloy was recently convicted of Medicaid fraud and will be serving years in prison.

On Friday March 21, 2014, following a guilty verdict by a jury, DeKalb Superior Court Judge C. J. Becker sentenced Malloy to four years in prison and six years probation on two counts of Medicaid Fraud.

Malloy was the owner of Old National Gynecology abortion clinic which performed first-trimester abortions. According to authorities, for several years, Malloy engaged in a scheme to defraud Georgia Medicaid by billing for office visits associated with abortions and for ultrasound procedures which were never performed. In total, he fraudulently billed Georgia Medicaid for over $386,000.

Tyrone Malloy

In a press release, the Attorney General,explained that Federal funds may not be used to pay for abortions and services associated with abortions, except in circumstances under which the pregnancy is a result of rape or incest or circumstances under which continuation of the pregnancy would endanger the life of the mother. The Georgia Medicaid program is supported by state and federal tax dollars.

Tyrone Malloy Mug 2014

Read Original Indictment (here) Here

More on Malloy here

So…in summary, it is apparent that some of the so-called “trustworthy” abortion doctors are not as perfect as the media paints them to be….like Malloy – who worked at the same place as this Planned Parenthood physician….just say’n.

Planned Parenthood patients’ lives at risk say former medical employees of the abortion giant

Posted in Planned Parenthood Employee, Planned Parenthood Employee Testifies against them, Planned Parenthood Investigated with tags , , , , , , , , on May 30, 2013 by saynsumthn


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Planned Parenthood of Delaware’s Wilmington clinic performed “meat-market style assembly line” abortions and put patients at risk for infection and other serious medical problems by neglecting proper standards of care, two former clinic nurses told a packed Senate hearing Wednesday.

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Meanwhile, state officials released a list of more than a dozen violations found – and subsequently addressed – during a recent investigation triggered by several emergencies at the Shipley Street clinic, in which patients were transported by ambulance to a hospital.

And the Division of Professional Regulation said it had found evidence of unspecified unprofessional conduct by Dr. Timothy Liveright, until recently the clinic’s primary physician, and that Liveright had voluntarily surrendered his license to practice medicine in the state.

Timothy Liverrite

“Dr. Timothy Liveright surrendered his license during our investigation of his practices at Planned Parenthood,” said James L. Collins, director of the division, which licenses and disciplines doctors.

“He is still subject to discipline for any acts that may have occurred while he held the license,” Collins added.

Liveright – who performed abortions when the testifying nurses worked at the clinic and during the recent emergencies – left his job there in late March, as did the medical services manager. Liveright’s license is listed as “null and void” as of April 24 on the state Division of Professional Regulation’s website.

Efforts to contact Liveright have been unsuccessful.

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The registered nurses who spoke Wednesday resigned their positions last year, and have urged state officials to address problems they said have been ignored or denied for months.
“It was an absolute nightmare,” said Jayne Mitchell-Werbrich, who quit after only a few weeks on the job.

Mitchell-Werbrich and her former supervisor, Joyce Vaskonis, told lawmakers they are not opposed to abortion – they are opposed to unsafe medical practices.
“This is not about abortion,” Mitchell-Werbrich said. “”This is about patients. Their lives are at risk.”

Among the claims the nurses made Wednesday:

• Nurses sometimes hid patient charts from the physician to ensure sufficient time for medications to take effect before procedures were done.

• Inadequate staff training. Vasikonis said no procedure manuals were available for staff, and all staff were inadequately trained.

• Abnormal lab results (to include sexually transmitted diseases) were not reported or properly followed up on.

• Sterile procedures often were not followed and surgical suites and recovery rooms were inadequately cleaned between patients.

• Patient complications were not reported.

• RhoGAM – a necessary treatment for abortion patients who have RH-negative blood – often was missed, endangering that patient if she conceived in the future by a father with RH-positive blood.

• Some supplies were beyond expiration dates and some emergency equipment was no longer functional.

• Staff medical credentials were not verified.

• The physician once left medicated patients in the middle of an abortion waiting for hours while he tended to an issue with his private airplane.

Sen. Greg Lavelle, R-Sharpley, who convened the ad hoc hearing with Sen. Robert Venables, D-Laurel, said he was shocked to learn of “horrible patient care,” lack of response to the nurses’ concerns and inadequate state response to their complaints.

A review by the state Division of Public Health, the results of which were released Wednesday, found 14 kinds of violations at the clinic, including inadequate documentation of narcotics, supplies that had exceeded expiration dates, lax practices to ensure sterility, unlabeled bottles of fluid and overdue or uncertain maintenance records.

In a letter dated April 24 – the same day Liveright’s license to practice medicine in the state became null and void – Division Director Dr. Karyl Rattay said the clinic had 10 days to correct the violations, produce evidence that the problems had been addressed and present a plan to prevent those problems from reoccurring.

Planned Parenthood suspended all surgical abortions at its Delaware facilities last month. Last week, it resumed the procedures, Planned Parenthood CEO Ruth Lytle-Barnaby said.

In a letter of response to the state dated May 22, Lytle-Barnaby said policies had been modified, equipment replaced, expired supplies removed and personnel retrained, with more training to come.

Lytle-Barnaby said staff completed an inventory of all supplies and that inventory-control policies and procedures have been changed.

Planned Parenthood officials said they could not address specific allegations made by the former nurses because of privacy laws.

But in a prepared statement, Lytle-Barnaby said the nurses’ allegations are not substantiated by the state report.

“In recent days, the Delaware Division of Public Health has stated that they have concluded their recent survey of our health centers and that we have complied in areas that were noted in their last unannounced visit,” she said. “The findings of the recent survey were immediately rectified. While it is important to adhere to every medical regulation, the Division of Public Health findings do not in any way support the allegations of former employees who are now working with organizations whose mission is to oppose our services.”

Venables said he’s likely to refile legislation that would allow the state to more closely monitor abortion clinics operating in Delaware and establish criminal and civil penalties for violating the proposed law. The bill, which came with a $200,000 annual price tag, failed in a Democratic-controlled Senate committee in 2011. Venables said there has been “too much trust put in Planned Parenthood.”

“I’m not a person that believes in a lot of regulation,” Venables said. “In fact, I don’t like a lot of regulation. But in this case it’s well-needed because it’s proof positive that they don’t regulate themselves.”

Venables said the state provided about $400,000 in funding to Planned Parenthood last year – an allocation lawmakers might want to reconsider in the future.

Recent legislation empowered the Division of Public Health to set standards and enforce safe and sanitary conditions, and Department of Health and Social Services spokeswoman Jill Fredel said the division now has the authority to survey facilities when a patient complains or an “adverse event” occurs. The department also has authority to require accreditation of medical facilities, similar to the accreditation required of Delaware hospitals.

A draft of new regulations for all facilities providing any level of anesthesia and performing invasive procedures is pending but not yet in force.

Planned Parenthood of Delaware has been accredited by the Planned Parenthood Foundation, which both nurses said was too cozy an arrangement.

“My experience has been Planned Parenthood of Delaware feels they are above question or scrutiny as to whether they actually provide adequate care or follow the law,” Vasikonis said.

Ellen Barrosse, national committeewoman for the Delaware Republican Party who founded the anti-abortion campaign known as “A Rose And A Prayer,” was in the audience Wednesday. No one should decide what to do next, she said, until they hear more voices.

“I’d like to see another hearing where we hear from women who received abortions and were abused,” she said. “Until more women come forward and tell their stories, nobody should decide what happens next. There should be an open conversation – as a community.”