KeepLifeLegal is grateful to DRTL for filing a formal complaint against late-term abortionist Martin Haskell’s Women’s Med Center for yet another incident. This time involving a woman was brought into the notorious late-term facility for an abortion while in the throes of a heroin cocktail of drugs.
What Haskell’s mill did was incomprehensible, abysmal, and a blatant misuse of their so-called ‘power’. The abortion industry continues to circumvent the law with the government’s stamp of approval. Local prochoice/proabort groups [NARAL Prochoice Ohio, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Ohio] have remained eerily silent.
Martin Haskell of Women’s Med is well known in the proabort community for pioneering the horrific partial birth abortion.
From Dayton Right to Life:
Today, Dayton Right to Life, with the support of Ohio Right to Life, has filed a formal complaint with the State of Ohio Medical Board regarding a June 2015 incident at the Women’s Med Center in Kettering. According to recent report issued by the Ohio Department of Health, the abortion clinic was cited for violating the Ohio Revised Code which specifies patient consent regulations, stating, “Each patient shall be allowed to refuse or withdraw consent for treatment”.
“This facility clearly violated the very choice the abortion industry claims to stand for,” said Paul Coudron, Executive Director of Dayton Right to Life. “Informed consent is a crucial ethical principle in the practice of medicine, no matter the procedure. Women’s Med Center, Martin Haskell and the abortionist who performed this abortion need to be held accountable for violating such a basic and fundamental medical ethic as informed consent.”
Coudron submitted complaints to the State Medical Board for each of the three physicians working at Women’s Med Center, “Unfortunately, we have cases in our office dating back to the 1990’s that document poor practices and poor healthcare practiced by Women’s Med Center. They have operated without a license for years, and so these types of horrible incidents will only continue,” says Margie Christie, Dayton Right to Life’s Director of Advocacy.
This incident is just the most recent example of how the ‘business’ of abortion has become more important than women’s health. According to the Ohio Abortion Report, Women’s Med Center performs approximately 35 abortions a week, totaling 1,855 over the course of the year in 2014.
Last year, the Ohio Department of Health denied Women’s Med Center a request for a variance from Ohio law, which requires ambulatory surgical facilities to secure a transfer agreement with a local hospital for cases of emergencies. The facility’s failure to secure proper back-up care, approved by ODH, could result in the facility’s closure. ODH is currently reviewing the facility’s appeal to remain open.
EXPOSING THE ABORTION AGENDA FROM THE PULPIT, ON THE SIDEWALK, THE MEDIA & IN THE STATEHOUSE: “Once I realized that my abortion was a tragedy and not an accomplishment, I was able to discern correctly that abortion is, indeed, MURDER.” ~ Rev. Katherine, post-abortive minister, counselor, AMERICAN.
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