Alabama Women's Center for Reproductive Alternatives
4831 Sparkman Drive
Huntsville, AL 35810
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Reopened Monday, October 13, 2014 on Sparkman Huntsville Abortion Clinic Closes, Surrenders License - Jun 27, 2014 Abortionist indicted for health care fraud - May 1, 2014 Another Alabama Abortion Center Violates State Health, Safety Codes Alabama abortion facility did not clean tables between abortions, inspectors find "Alabama abortion clinics inspected" - State Health Dept. finds deficiencies, unsanitary conditions at Huntsville clinic, other locations North Alabama's only abortion clinic to surrender its license by Monday, close downtown Huntsville facility - 6-25-2014 Abortion opponents claim Huntsville 'not playing fair' in debate over Sparkman Drive medical office - 7-15-2014 Fate of North Alabama's lone abortion clinic takes center stage tonight at Huntsville City Hall - 8-19-2014 Huntsville upholds building permit for abortion clinic; Christian Coalition leader James Henderson vows to sue - 8-20-2014 Anti-abortion activists sue in effort to block closed Huntsville clinic from re-opening on Sparkman Drive - 9-5-2014 Is this Alabama abortion clinic targeting middle schoolers? Former clinic abortionist: Aquadon E. Umoren Clinic manager/owner is Dalton Johnson (see picture). Note: Clinic was formerly located at 612 Madison St. SE, Huntsville, AL 35801. Clinic reopened at new location of 4831 Sparkman Dr. in Huntsville, AL. See related news stories.
Documented Death or Injury
Alabama Womens - Deficiency Report - Jan 1, 2008
The report details a botched 20-week abortion. Patient required emergency hospitalization.
Life Legal Defense Foundation's Request for Temporary Restraining Order to close this abortion facility pending full litigation of their suit alleging that Huntsville allowed the clinic to open illegally next to a middle school, violating zoning laws.
Alabama Women's - Deficiency Report - Jan 9, 2013
The inspection revealed that the clinic kept expired drugs and failed to clean equipment between patients, among other safety violations.
Alabama Womens - Deficiency Report - Jul 28, 2011
Inspection of the clinic revealed that the facility had failed to develop and implement policies for infection control measures.
Alabama Womens - Deficiency Report - Nov 5, 2009
Inspectors discover that the clinic failed to dispose of expired medication, and did not label and date medication in syringes; further, clinic staff pre-filled syringes and administered medications not in accordance with manufacture recommendations or United States Pharmacopeia (USP) 797.
Alabama Womens - Deficiency Report - Oct 23, 2007
Comments show that the clinic was not following proper procedures for prescribing controlled substances.
Alabama Womens - Deficiency Report - Oct 5, 2006
The report shows the clinic violated patients' standard of care and infection control guidelines, and left unlabeled drugs/medications in unsecured locations. Furthermore, there was no record that the medical director had authorized the 3 physicians to perform procedures or each physician had the proper training and experience.