Clinic is No longer performing abortions

  • The clinic had no job descriptions which included qualifications for all personnel providing direct or indirect patient care. 5 of 6 employee files had no job description in their file.
  • The ultrasound machine, pulse oximeter, suction machine and other equipment had not been inspected.
  • Staff was not CPR certified
  • Physician did not provide the patients with the name and phone number of the closest hospital. The phone number provided in case of emergencies was for a staff member who lives and works in Houston who does not have access to the patient’s medical record information.
  • The staff was using adulterated medications. They had split 2 mg Ativan tablets using a pill cutter and put the fragments in a bottle labeled as 1 mg Ativan. The pieces were different shapes and sizes and did not represent uniform halves and could not be guaranteed to measure as 1 mg of the medication.
  • There was no narcotics sheet to monitor this schedule IV narcotic(Ativan).
  • The facility failed to post signs stating that it is illegal for a person, even an individual’s parents, to force a person to have an abortion. These signs are required by law.
  • Most of the report for January 2019 is redacted so we have no idea what the other violations in the clinic are.
  • Staff was uncertified in BLS and CPR
  • Physician did not take history and physical immeditately prior to abortion procedure to evaluate risk and assess if the patient was healthy enough for the procedure
  • Facility failed to provide patients with information on how to access the nearest hospital to their homes should an emergency or complication arise from their abortions
Report 2018 Report 2019 Report 2020 Report 2021
DISCLAIMER: All of the inspection reports on this site were acquired through public records request to state departments of health and public records online.