Another medical emergency at FPA in Bakersfield

Feb. 18 incident was fourth time in five weeks an ambulance has been summoned to Bakersfield abortion mill

For the fourth time in five weeks, the FPA Women’s Health abortion facility in Bakersfield, California, has summoned an ambulance to transport an abortion patient to the hospital to receive emergency care for complications that the abortion facility could not provide.

The incident took place on Saturday, February 18, 2017, just 14 days after two FPA patients were hospitalized within an hour of each other on February 4.

Operation Rescue is issuing an Urgent Public Safety Advisory to women seeking abortions in the area of Bakersfield, California, due to the frequency of medical emergencies at this abortion facility that have required emergency intervention and hospitalization.

“We urge women considering abortions not to visit the FPA Women’s Health abortion facility in Bakersfield. There are serious concerns about patient care standards at this facility, which is hospitalizing far too many women within a very short period of time,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue.

Full story at Operation Rescue.

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  1. hosemonkey says:

    This joint is still operating because Americans have lost their sense of outrage over the fact that innocent human beings can be legally murdered in a so-called medical facility by so-called “medical professionals” for money…lots of money, and Catholics are culpable. Shame.

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