According to reports, an abortion clinic in Texas was quick to overcome the state’s new restrictions, performing 67 abortions with a doctor over 17 hours.
Texas law went into effect the next day, Sept. 1, effectively imposing a six-week limit on abortions.
According to “The 19th,” Wht Woman’s Health Ft. Worth only had “eight people in total among the technicians and staff of the main office, the doctor and three members of a nearby clinic who were brought in to help.”
According to reports, the clinic “needed to have eight abortions an hour with a single doctor on duty, an octogenarian who had been working since 7 a.m.”
“It felt impossible,” the exit reported. But former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson indicated those figures were dangerous but not extraordinary.
Johnson, who quit his job and joined the pro-life cause, told Fox News that his former Texas clinic aimed to perform abortions within 5 to 7 minutes. He added that his clinic would see about 50 abortions in eight hours.
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Planned Parenthood did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment. The abortion provider says on their website that “most abortions in the clinic only take about 5-10 minutes.”
“There’s no way proper care and attention would be given to Whole Woman’s Health women that day,” Johnson said in a statement Monday.
“Having a lot of abortions in 17 hours means 15 minutes per woman and that is, no bathroom or food interruptions for the octogenarian who was doing the paperwork. The recovery room must have been such a terrible place. This particular clinic has had countless there are already health violations, such as untrained staff, inadequate sterilization of abortion instruments, tears and tears at exam tables. Women injured that day or any day by abortion can contact us at HurtAfterAbortion.com ” .
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Johnson’s organization runs CheckMyClinic.org, which collects public records of abortion clinics across the country. As mentioned, Whole Women’s Health in Ft. Worth has seen several reported issues.
It is unclear what complications the Whole Women Health patients saw after their procedures that day, if any. Whole Woman’s Health confirmed the story of The 19th but did not respond to Johnson’s comments. On its website, the organization states that it provides comprehensive and comprehensive services for women.
“We run health clinics that offer comprehensive gynecology services, including abortion care,” the group’s website reads.
“Our philosophy is that everyone should be at the center of their own healthcare decisions and that comprehensive treatment of people (honoring the head, heart and body) will serve and improve the health and happiness of our communities “.
Ft. Worth clinic director Marva Sadler said, “We’re not the bad guys here.”
“We do everything right and we will help everyone we can. If there is someone we can’t help, it’s not our fault.”
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Dr. Ronna Jurow, OBGYN and former director of family planning at the University of Southern California, was concerned that Texas law would make complications more common.
“Stories like [this] they will multiply, “Jurow told Fox News.” Then there will be complications with abortions and abortions performed by inexperienced providers will begin to be seen. Complications observed include infected septic women. Complications with bleeding can cause women to lose their uterus or lose their lives. Is this the result the Pro-life movement wants? “