Rodolfo R. Finkelstein
Former abortionist at Women's Advisory Center abortion mills in Bloomfield Township, MI, and Livonia, MI. Finkelstein was charged with sexually abusing his patients, and his medical license was revoked for Sexual Misconduct.
National University of Rosario, Argentina
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State of MI, license verification - Rodolfo R. Finkelstein (Note license revoked 10-11-2005) State of MI, controlled substance license (lapsed) - Rodolfo R. Finkelstein Michigan 2005 Disciplinary Actions - Rodolfo R. Finkelstein license suspended, revoked for Sexual Misconduct (see page 9) Abortion Practitioner Charged With Sexual Abuse Skips Court Hearing (see second half of page) Another Hero of Choice -- MI abortionist arrested for patient molestation Warrant issued for doctor who misses court date -- Abortionist facing potential life sentence for criminal sexual conduct "Murderer gets away" - Warrant issued for fugitive abortionist Police arrest Argentine doctor for abusing patients in U.S. Abortion Practitioner in Michigan Charged with Sexually Abusing Patients Honoring Leading Abortionists Abortion Abuses document - Info on botched abortion by Reginald Sharpe and Rodolfo Finkelstein. See pages 9 & 10. Abortion Abuses document - alternate website link. See pages 9-10. "Livonia Physician Summarily Suspended" - MI Dept. of Community Health, 5-4-2005 Rodolfo Finkelstein, Abortionist (see last quarter of page) DrScore.com - Rodolfo Finkelstein - education, former clinic location eHealthInsurance.com - Rodolfo R. Finkelstein, MD HealthGrades.com - Rodolfo R. Finkelstein, MD - no longer practicing Doximity.com - Rodolfo Finkelstein, MD - address listing at abortion clinic Abortionist Rodolfo R. Finkelstein worked at two Michigan abortion clinics. In 2005, he was charged with multiple counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct for sexually abusing his patients. In response to the charges, the MI Dept. of Health announced a summary suspension of Finkelstein's medical license on March 4, 2005. Facing a potential life sentence, Finkelstein skipped his court date, and fled the U.S. for his native country of Argentina. The State of Michigan permanently revoked his medical license on Oct. 11, 2005. Stripped of his medical license, Finkelstein remained an international fugitive for nine months. Finkelstein was caught and arrested in Rosario, Argentina, in December 2005.
Livonia Physician Summarily Suspended - MI Dept. of Community Health, 5-4-2005
Dr. Rodolfo Finkelstein's medical license is summarily suspended as he faces multiple counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct.
2005 MI medical license revoked
2005 Michigan Discipline Records - Rodolfo Finkelstein's medical license is summarily suspended and then permanently revoked for Sexual Misconduct. See page 9.
Rodolfo Finkelstein and Reginald Sharpe - botched abortion
Botched abortion details for abortionists Reginald Sharpe and Rodolfo Finkelstein. (See end of page 9 thru page 10.)
Warrant issued for doctor who misses court date, 3-9-2005
Abortionist facing potential life sentence for criminal sexual abuse of patients.
Police arrest Argentine doctor for abusing patients in U.S., 12-15-2005
Michigan abortionist Rodolfo Finkelstein is arrested in Argentina after fleeing the United States. Finkelstein faces multiple charges of Criminal Sexual Misconduct for sexually abusing patients.