Southwestern Women's Surgery Center

Abortionist

Curtis Wayne Boyd
Jennifer R. Amico
Jessica W. Guh
Philip C. Abel
Robin R. Wallace
Shannon L. Carr
Shelley Sella

Phone Number

972-385-1333

Address

8616 Greenville Ave. Ste 101

Dallas, TX 75243

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Other info

Ambulance Transports Woman with Breathing Difficulties from Unsanitary Abortion Center, 1/17/2017 Former clinic abortionist: Mary Elizabeth Wilcox Smith 16 of 17 Texas abortion facilities miserably failed health inspections - Operation Rescue report, 10-3-2016 Ambulance Transports Patient From Texas Abortion Facility as Supreme Court Readies to Hear Pivotal Abortion Safety Case Clinic manager: Jenni Beaver

Medication: Yes

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Documents

Licenses

2008-11-19 Southwestern Women's Surgery Center, business registration

TX corporation registration for Southwestern Women's Surgery Center. Abortionist Curtis W. Boyd is the registered agent.

Disciplinary History

Documented Death or Injury

Misc Documents

Southwestern Women's Dallas Inspection Nov 24 2015

Inspection report found numerous violations and deficiencies including: **Physician credential file was not complete nor updated nor with evidence of check for criminal charges **Certified Nurse Anesthesiologist credential file was not complete nor updated nor with evidence of check for criminal charges **mandatory follow-up visits after the abortion drug were not being required (patient missed) **inadequate orientation and training for the sterilization staff **no documentation of a physician's physical examination of the patients **failure to ensure safe and sanitary environment for surgical patients **failure to monitor patient medication refrigerator temperature, and allowing it to freeze frequently **recovery room door lacking barrier, allowing dust to contaminate the linens **biohazard room full floor-to-ceiling with soiled linen bags and biohazard boxes **refrigerator with products of conception (fetal remains) not accessible behind soiled linen bags and biohazard boxes **soiled linen bags on floor of recovery patient bay area, biohazard closet too full to hold any more bags **sterile instrument drawer was so full that when opened, the top package (a vaginal speculum) had a hole in the packaging (no longer sterile) **syringes stored under handwashing sink, water drips onto them **sterilizing and disinfectant liquids opened, not dated, uncovered, and containers faded and discolored **critical patient care supplies stored near the floor where dust can contaminate **floor of storage area covered in trash, dirt, dust **cart with clean linen was covered in dust and dirt particles **oxygen tank holder and oxygen tanks improperly stored, dirty wheel lying on open paper towels **surgical personnel failed to wear proper operating room attire, no type of head covers in the surgical area **failure to monitor and record temperature and humidity where sterile instruments are stored, posing fire hazard and microbial growth risk **failure to maintain sterility of instruments, not properly sterilized or stored **peel packages cut and taped together to hold longer instruments, compromising integrity of packaging **autoclave runs not documented for sterilization of instruments or contents or load **moisture in peel packages causes infection control issue **failure to maintain performance records for manual vacuum aspiration syringe abortion procedures, including number of times it was used (before changing to a new one for other patients) **failure to have safety check on new suction machine before using it in the operating room on patients (seeing nearly 50 cases a day, without a safety check) **more