***The state of Texas is currently under executive orders from Governor Abbott to halt all non-essential surgical procedures including abortion services to preserve PPE during the COVID-19 pandemic.***
- Facility did not maintain the narcotics count. There was a discrepancy (Fentanyl) while the inspector was present. (repeat violation)
- Facility failed to follow their own policy to maintain preventative maintenance and monitoring on equipment that sterilizes instruments used from woman to woman.
- The physician failed to provide the pregnant women with the name and telephone number of the nearest hospital to the home of the pregnant woman at which an emergency arising from the abortion would be treated. (repeat violation)
- Failed to maintain an accurate, consistent and complete record on patients.
- The physician failed to ensure that the patients were scheduled for a follow-up appointment within 14 days after a medication abortion as required by FDA regulations.
- The licensee failed to be responsible for implementing and enforcing written policies governing the facility’s total operation and for ensuring that these policies are administered so as to provide health care in a safe and professionally acceptable environment.
- The facility failed to ensure a safe and sanitary environment, properly maintained to protect the health and safety of patients and staff at all times. There was a large water stain approximately 3 feet X 10 inches in size observed on the ceiling of the recovery room. The presence of a water stain presents the risk for bacteria growth and contamination.
- There were no human trafficking signs placed in the consultation rooms as required to ensure women that they can be helped if they are being coerced or forced to have an abortion.
- There was ANOTHER narcotics count discrepancy on the log. (repeat violation)