Rodger A. Fraser

Abortion Mill

Former abortionist at "Commonwealth Women's Clinic" in Falls Church, and "A Capital Women's Health" in Richmond, VA. Fraser's medical licenses were revoked after he injured patients in botched abortions.

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Richmond, VA

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State of VA, license verification (revoked license and disciplinary history) - Rodger A. Fraser, MD (search by name) Former abortionist at: A Capital Women's Health (Richmond, VA) Former abortionist at: Commonwealth Women's Clinic, aka American Women's Clinic (Falls Church, VA) VA Medical Board - Feb. 8, 2002: Notice of Formal Administrative Hearing -- The Board summons Dr. Fraser to a hearing, after he botched an abortion on "Patient A" at Commonwealth Women's Clinic in Falls Church, VA.  The patient suffered a perforated uterus and hemorrhage, which required a hysterectomy and colostomy.  See pages 4-5. VA Medical Board - Feb. 8, 2002: Order of Summary Suspension -- The Board suspends Dr. Fraser's license after botched abortion "Patient A" suffered a perforated uterus, hemorrhage, hysterectomy, and colostomy. See pages 1-4. VA Medical Board - Aug. 30, 2002:  Findings of Fact, and Order Revoking License -- The VA Medical Board permanently revokes Dr. Fraser's medical license, after he is convicted of multiple felonies.  On Feb. 8, 2002, the Board suspended Fraser's license, after he botched abortions on Patient A and Patient B, causing them severe injures. Fraser ignored the license suspension and illegally continued to perform abortions. On June 12, 2002, Fraser was convicted of 4 felonies for practicing medicine without a license.  The Board permanently revoked his license on Aug. 30, 2002. See pages 1-5. State of NJ, license verification (revoked license) - Rodger A. Fraser, MD (search by name) NJ Medical Board - Sept. 20, 2004:  Final Order of Discipline - The Board revokes Dr. Fraser's medical license in New Jersey, pursuant to his felony convictions and license revocation in VA. See pages 2 & 5. "Who are the Abortionists in Metro Richmond?" - Rodger A. Fraser has worked at A Capital Women's Clinic in Richmond, VA (see end of article) "Abortion doctor accused of working without license" (see last quarter of page) 8-29-2002 - Abortionist Rodger A. Fraser is sentenced to four months in jail for performing abortions without a license Doximity.com -- Rodger Fraser, MD - Listing at abortion clinic in Richmond, VA "Abortion doctor charged - accused of working without license" -- Article abstract, Richmond Times-Dispatch, 4-19-2002 "Physician sentenced to four months - he did abortions after losing license" -- Article abstract, Richmond Times-Dispatch, 4-28-2002 Abortionist Rodger A. Fraser had his Virginia medical license suspended, after badly botching two abortions.  "Patient A" suffered a perforated uterus, hemorrhage, and incomplete abortion, and required an emergency hysterectomy and colostomy to save her life.  "Patient B" suffered a perforated uterus, lacerated cervix, and incomplete abortion, and required emergency surgery as well.  However, Fraser ignored the license suspension and continued to perform abortions.  Fraser was convicted of four felonies for practicing medicine without a license, and sentenced to four months in jail.  The medical Board deemed him a danger to the public, and his licenses were revoked in Virginia and New Jersey.  

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Disciplinary History

Feb. 8, 2002: VA Medical Board - Notice of Formal Administrative Hearing, and Statement of Particulars

Feb. 8, 2002: The VA Medical Board summons Dr. Rodger Fraser to a hearing, after he botched an abortion on "Patient A" at Commonwealth Women's Clinic in Falls Church, VA. The patient suffered a perforated uterus and hemorrhage, which required a hysterectomy and colostomy. See pages 4-5.

License Restrictions

Feb. 8, 2002: VA Medical Board - Order of Summary Suspension

Feb. 8, 2002: The VA Medical Board suspends Dr. Fraser's license after botched abortion "Patient A" suffered a perforated uterus, hemorrhage, hysterectomy, and colostomy. See pages 1-4.

Aug. 30, 2002: VA Medical Board - Findings of Fact, & Order Revoking License

Aug. 30, 2002: The VA Medical Board permanently revokes Rodger Fraser's medical license, after he is convicted of multiple felonies. On Feb. 8, 2002, the Board suspended Fraser's license, after he botched abortions on Patient A and Patient B, causing them severe injures. Fraser ignored the license suspension and illegally continued to perform abortions. On June 12, 2002, Fraser was convicted of 4 felonies for practicing medicine without a license. The Board permanently revoked his license on Aug. 30, 2002. See pages 1-5.

Sept. 20, 2004: NJ Medical Board - Final Order of Discipline (license revoked)

After losing his medical license in Virginia, Dr. Rodger Fraser also loses his license in New Jersey. On Sept. 20, 2004, the NJ Medical Board revokes Dr. Fraser's medical license in New Jersey, in response to Fraser's felony convictions and license revocation in Virginia. See pages 2 & 5.

Misc Documents

Abortion doctor accused of working without license, 4-19-2002

Details and timeline of Dr. Rodger Fraser's botched abortions, disciplinary history, criminal charges for practicing without a license, and eventual license revocation in Virginia.

"Virginia abortionist sentenced to four months in jail" - 8-29-2002

Abortionist Rodger Fraser is sentenced to four months in jail, for performing abortions after his license was suspended.

"Who Are the Abortionists in Metro Richmond?"

Virginia Christian Alliance, Jan. 21, 2010. Abortionist Rodger A. Fraser has worked at A Capital Women's Health abortion clinic in Richmond, VA. See end of article.

"Abortion doctor charged, accused of working without license"

Article abstract, Richmond Times-Dispatch - 4-19-2002

"Physician sentenced to four months - he did abortions after losing license"

Article abstract, Richmond Times-Dispatch - 8-28-2002