Jasbir Singh Ahluwalia

Abortion Mill

Routh Street Women's Clinic

Medical School

University of Baroda, India, 1968

Phone Number

214-748-8611

Address

4321 N. Central Expressway

Dallas, TX 75235

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Other info

Ambulance transports woman to hospital - Apr 16, 2014 TX Medical Board, physician profile & disciplinary history - Jasbir S. Ahluwalia (search by name)

Surgery: Yes

Medication: Yes

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Documents

Disciplinary History

Jasbir Ahluwalia - Agreed Order, TX State Board of Medical Examiners, 6-22-1996

Agreed Order - June 22, 1996: Texas State Board of Medical Examiners disciplines Ahluwalia for medical violations. Ahluwalia failed to adequately document two high-risk cesarean sections, and also lost his hospital privileges after improperly managing high-risk pregnancies. Board restricts Ahluwalia's medical license for 1 year, and requires him to compete 50 hours of continuing medical education, along with other stipulations.

Misc Documents

Jasbir Ahluwalia - Discoveries of Texas Abortion Abuses

Chart showing medical violations at TX abortion clinics, Dec. 2010-Feb 2011. Jasbir Ahluwalia and "Whole Woman's Health" clinic found to commit HIPAA violations and illegal dumping of biohazard/medical waste.

Jasbir Ahluwalia - National Provider Identifier Form

Ahluwalia, Jasbir S. - NPI #1891903118, Taxonomy Information included

Jasbir Ahluwalia - Panel that can strip doctors' licenses pledges more inquiries, Dallas Morning News, 7-28-2002

Dallas Morning News, July 28, 2002: Abortionist Jasbir Ahluwalia is cited in article for long history of lawsuits & severe patient injuries. Most of his medical training was received in Uganda. Violations include: 1) Sued for causing severe brain damage to infant during delivery. Settled lawsuit for over $1.3 million in 1989. 2) Lost hospital privileges at Harris Methodist Erath County Hospital (TX) after failing to adequately manage high-risk pregnancies. 3) Sued by patient in 1991 for perforating her uterus during an abortion. Sued again the same year by another patient for causing the same injury. 4) Sued by patient in 1995 for allegedly blocking a ureter with stitches. Resulting complications forced patient to undergo surgery to remove one kidney. (see page 9 of article)