Clinic is closed
- There was no orientation or training program for employees to ensure their competency, that they understand the policies and procedures of the facility, and their rules and responsibilities.
- The environment was not safe and sanitary ensuring the health and welfare of patients.
- None of the employees had completed the required training on blood borne pathogens, infection control and universal precautions
- The sonogram law was not observed. Patient had a sonogram at 11:57 and the abortion procedure was initiated on the same day at 1:30. The patient lived greater than 100 miles from the abortion center, so the law is she must wait 2 hours after her sonogram before her procedure begins.
- Personnel failed to follow the proper procedure for sterilizing instruments that are used from woman to woman;
- Doctor failed to provide a patient with the name and telephone number of the nearest hospital to her home if an emergency arises from the abortion so she could be treated. This is required by law
- Unlicensed personnel performing ultrasounds on patients before abortions
- Physician violated the sonogram law requiring women to have an ultrasound 24 hours before their abortion
- Patients given medication abortion were not scheduled for follow up within 14 days after their abortion
- State imposed a fine of $11,650 against the facility for violations
- Clinic voluntarily permanently closed as of August 10, 2018.
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