New detailed inspection reports reveal dozens of violations of health and safety standards by Whole Woman’s Health (WWH), a chain of abortion clinics that saysit is “committed to changing the culture around abortion stigma.”
The new documents, inspection reports between 2011 and 2017 from the Texas Department of State Health Services, were obtained by And Then There Were None (ATTWN), a nonprofit group that “exists to help abortion clinic workers leave the abortion industry.”
The documents show a widespread problem of health violations at WWH clinics. Staff failed to properly disinfect and sterilize equipment used on multiple women, and were not properly trained in the sterilization of surgical instruments. In 2011, the Beaumont, Texas, clinic did not have a registered nurse on staff, in contravention of legal requirements.
The inspector’s reports also expressed concerns about maintenance of medical equipment. “There was [sic] numerous rusty spots on the suction machine used on the patient for evacuation of the products of conception,” the Beaumont report notes. In multiple cases, supplies and medication were found to be clearly expired.
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