Double Trouble: Ambulances Transport Two Women in One Day from Haskell’s Dayton Late-term Abortion Clinic

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Operation Rescue: Local pro-life activists have informed Operation Rescue that yesterday, December 11, 2014, two ambulances were called to Martin Haskell’s infamous late-term abortion facility, Women’s Med Center in the Dayton suburb of Kettering, Ohio.
The ambulances each transported one woman to a nearby hospital where neither Haskell nor his hired abortionists hold hospital privileges. Their conditions are currently unknown. Photos of the two ambulances, one showing clinic personnel attempting to shield a gurney with an umbrella, were provided to Operation Rescue by Bob Skovgard.
“This is the fifth medical emergency we have documented at Haskell-operated abortion facilities in the past two years,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “It is clear that the lives of women are being routinely placed in jeopardy by Women’s Med Center staff. The State of Ohio should move quickly to deny renewal of Haskell’s facility license and shut down this abortion clinic before further tragedy strikes.”
According to Ohio law, abortion facilities must maintain a valid transfer agreement with a local hospital to meet licensing qualifications. However, Haskell could not qualify for such an agreement. Instead, he has operated his Women’s Med Center, which does abortions throughout all nine months of pregnancy, on a variance granted by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH).
Earlier this year, Haskell’s second abortion facility located in the Cincinnati suburb of Sharonville, was forced to close after he exhausted his legal appeals of an ODH closure order.
“There is a history of problems with this particular ambulatory surgery facility and operator,” an ODH spokeswoman told the Cincinnati Enquirer in January. “The agency no longer has confidence that this ambulatory surgery facility will take necessary steps to operate in accordance with regulations.”
Those problems persist at Haskell’s Kettering facility. Currently approval of Haskell’s variance renewal application is under review.
Haskell has a long history of medical emergencies at the Kettering facility, including one incident on August 16, 2012, where a 37-year old patient suffered uncontrolled hemorrhaging after an abortion.
Operation Rescue, along with local activists, are continuing to seek additional information about yesterday’s two medical emergencies.

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0 responses to “Double Trouble: Ambulances Transport Two Women in One Day from Haskell’s Dayton Late-term Abortion Clinic

  1. Reblogged this on ForThoseILove.

  2. Why and how is Women’s Med Center allowed to perform late term abortions? In 2011, a ban on late-term abortions was signed into law by Governor Kasich.

  3. This doctor has a black hole where his heart should be. To spend your days killing helpless children for money is just so hard for me to imagine. And the democrats call this women’s “health care.” Nothing healthy or normal about an abortion. In fact an abortion usually brings on a cascade of health problems, both physically and emotionally.

    • If we ever master time travel,people like HIM are in REAL trouble-he could easily become a victim of his OWN profession.

  4. Unbelievable! May he spend all of Eternity harrowed up in the knowledge of his murdering sins!

  5. Please Lord, save us from these “doctors.”

  6. Since Doctors are sworn to heal and do no harm,THESE creeps don’t even rate the Title of “Doctor”. I think the Title “Baby-Killers” will do,for now.

  7. Hey come now you radical conspiracy theory nuts:
    let’s reach a consensus, let’s reach across the aisle, let’s accept the diversity of opinions; after all it’s just ’tissue’ until ‘it’s’ old enough to sign up for welfare, then will be tried as a juvenile until 26.


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