A Woman's World Medical Center
503 S. 12th St.
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
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Final Order and $4,000 Fine for Failure to Maintain Minimum Requirements for Patients, Physicians, Equipment, Protocol - Aug 31, 2012
Failure to Meet Minimum Requirements During Relicensure Survey, Failure to Maintain Patient Monitoring Equipment, Failure to Ensure Physician Present for Ultrasound, Failure to Follow Precautions for Establishment of IV Access
Final Order and $500 Fine - Dec 13, 2010
Failure to Provide Orientation, Job Descriptions, and Training Regarding Confidentiality
Deficiency Report - June 30, 2014
Patient monitoring, anesthesia equipment, and surgical equipment is not being properly maintained and is found out of date. Clinic personnel is not being properly trained for medical procedures, confidentiality, hygiene, infection control, and emergency protocol. No written policies and protocol regarding patient care, treatment, emergencies, etc.
BehindtheDoor: Part 1
Part 1 of article about deficiencies at A Woman's World Medical Center
Deficiency Report - Nov 17, 2011
Florida Agency for Health Care Administration issues deficiency report to abortion clinic after state license survey.
Deficiency Report - Sep 27, 2010
This report shows that the clinic was deficient in ensuring proper training for its personnel.
Deficiency Report - Aug 10, 2010
The report revealed that the clinic did not have a private counseling room as required, nor did it properly maintain equipment. Inspectors also noted insufficient personnel records and training, and failure to ensure appropriate monitoring for patients.
Deficiency Report - Oct 7, 2009
The survey revealed that the clinic did not have sterile suturing supplies, emergency medical equipment, or crash cart; and further, had no written policies for cleaning equipment, ensuring quality of patient care, or administering anesthesia.