Women's Aid Center
4801 West Peterson Ave., Suite 609
Chicago, IL 60646
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Former clinic abortionist: Josephine Kamper Former clinic abortionist: James A. Threatte Clinic Fined $36,000; Judge Allow Clinic to Get Off Hook for $77 Woman dies at abortion clinic in 2009 To Avoid Paying $36K Fine, Abortion Clinic Changes Name, Moves Illinois clinic fined for promoting abortions without license Same owner, doctors as Women's Aid Clinic, which closed and relocated. It reopened under the name Women's Aid Center, Inc.
Womens Aid - Inspection Report - Sep 7, 2011
The IL Dept of Health issues the immediate, emergency suspension of Women's Aid Clinic license, after noting 40 pages of deficiencies and violations, including actions that ultimately led to a patient's death on May 8, 2009.
Women's Aid - Notice to Surrender License - Mar 7, 2012
The Division of Health Care Facilities and Programs sends notice to Women's Aid Clinic, instructing it to: 1) return its physical license, 2) pay a $36,000 fine, and 3) cease and desist from advertising abortion services.
Women's Aid - Fraudulent Response - Mar 13, 2012
The clinic administrator returns the clinic's license, and fraudulently claims that the clinic has complied with the terms of the state's discipline.
Illinois clinic fined for abortions without license - Mar 15, 2012
CHICAGO – Illinois regulators have ordered a suburban Chicago clinic to remove references to surgical abortions from its website and pay a $36,000 fine. In October, the clinic lost its abortion clinic license after it was cited for dusty equipment, lack of a supervising registered nurse and failure to perform CPR on a patient who later died.
Illinois vs. Women's Aid - Aug 12, 2012
The IL Dept of Public Health sues the Women's Aid Clinic for violating state law, and assesses a $36,000.00 fine for noncompliance.
Women's Aid - Eviction Notice - May 22, 2012
Hunter Properties evicts Women's Aid Clinic for failing to pay $50,000 in back rent.
2016 - FDA Issues Letters to Doctors Who May Have Purchased Counterfeit or Unapproved Prescription Drugs
"On March 21, 2016, FDA issued more than 1,300 letters to medical practices in the United States that purchased unapproved prescription drugs and/or injectable devices from TC Medical, an unlicensed supplier that distributed counterfeit Botox found in the United States. On May 7, 2015, TC Medical pleaded guilty to orchestrating a multi-year conspiracy to smuggle misbranded prescription products into the United States." (from page 1) See page 2 for details on March 21, 2016 warning letter issued to providers including Giles Mizock and Women's Aid Center.
Mizock & Women's Aid Center -- 2016 FDA counterfeit drugs warning list
List of medical providers to whom the FDA issued a warning letter, regarding counterfeit drugs from TC Medical. List includes Giles Mizock at Women's Aid Center in Chicago, IL. See page 15.
2016-03-21 FDA LETTER WARNING
Copy of FDA warning letter mailed to over 1,300 medical providers including Women's Aid Center and Giles Mizock, warning the providers they had purchased counterfeit drugs from TC Medical.