Orlando Women's Center
1103 Lucerne Terrace
Orlando, FL 32806
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Former clinic abortionist: James S. Pendergraft State could close clinics because abortion doctor faces drug charges Florida’s Notorious James Pendergraft Identified as Rolling Abortionist Arrested in South Carolina Orlando Women's Center Reopens - 07/19/2013 Police Raid Pendergraft's Orlando Women's Clinic, Seize Property - 06/13/2013 Twenty-year-old abortion patient awarded $36.7 million for damages from botched procedure at Orlando Women's Center on November 17, 2001. Abortionist profile - Randall B. Whitney: Medical background, botched abortion/malpractice history, and criminal record for abortionist Randall Whitney. Abortionist profile - James S. Pendergraft: Malpractice history, botched abortion history, and disciplinary history Abortion "Doctor" in Florida Arrested and Jailed for Avoiding Criminal Trial
|Administrator: MEGAN CLEMENTE|
|Owner: CENTER OF ORLANDO FOR WOMEN, LLC|
Facility license revocation order
May 5, 2017: Facility license revoked due to owner James Scott Pendergraft IV arrest in South Carolina for operating illegal mobile abortion operation out of his van. (7/24/2017: stayed pending appeal)
C.H. vs. Whitney - 2nd Amended Complaint - Aug 8, 2006
The 20-year-old mother sues Randall Whitney, James Pendergraft, and Orlando Women's Center for negligence and malpractice in directing unlicensed staff to perform an abortion, which resulted in a botched procedure, premature delivery, and permanent injuries to her baby.
Stalley vs. Whitney - Amended Complaint - 2004
Malpractice suit against Randall Whitney, James Pendergraft, and Orlando Women's Center for directing unlicensed staff to perform an abortion, which resulted in a botched procedure, premature delivery, and permanent injuries to her baby.
C.H. v. Whitney, District Court of Appeal of Florida, 5th District, 5-30-2008
May 30, 2008, Synopsis: Abortion patient C.H. sued abortionist Randall B. Whitney for malpractice after he botched her abortion, which caused her baby to be born prematurely and suffer permanent physical and mental injuries, disability, and disfigurement. C.H. sued for malpractice, but the lower court ruled in favor of the abortionist. In this decision, the FL Appeals Court reversed the lower court decision, and ruled in favor of the botched abortion patient.
Randall Whitney, Police Affidavit, 3-27-2010
Mar. 27, 2010: Police Report and Charging Affidavit - Abortionist Randall B. Whitney charged with committing felony aggravated battery on a patient at Orlando Women's Center abortion clinic.
Orlando Women's Ctr Deficiencies Aug 2013
Medications stored unsecured, opened, and unsupervised. Seven of seven patients not assessed, monitored, treated, or evaluated by licensed or qualified staff. Patient records stored unsecured, opened and unsupervised in area accessible to the public.