Mobile Center-Planned Parenthood
717 Downtowner Loop West
Mobile, AL 36609
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Video: Planned Parenthood Strikes Again! 2/27/2017 Former clinic abortionist: Tamer Yvette Middleton Former clinic abortionist: Yashica Lynnette Robinson White Dropped medication abortions and resumed surgical abortions in 2016. Temporarily only doing medication abortions. (August, 2015)
planned parenthood mobile 11-21-2014
15 pages of deficiencies including unsanitary conditions and failure to report the possible sexual abuse of a 14-year-old young woman who received two abortions at the clinic within a space of four months.
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ADPH Deficiency Report-PP Mobile Aug 2011
Annual policy/procedure review not conducted. Infection control not practiced. Observation/recovery care of patients with severe cramps or blood clots greater than 3 cm or uncontrollable bleeding was not practiced. Surgical pathology lab results not documented. Ultrasound not performed before procedure for accurate diagnosis. Emergency pharmaceutical kit not kept properly. No RN documenting medication/drug administration times or doses in charts. Tissue removed during an abortion not identified or examined to ensure full removal and prevent infection.
ADPH Deficiency Statement-PP Mobile May 2005
Cabinets with birth control, IUDs, medications, sterile items not locked or logged (accessible to anyone). Clinic failed to maintain safe and sanitary environment: physician does not change his soiled apron between patients, blankets and heating pads are used without disposable covers for multiple patients, washing temperature for laundering sheets for patients was not hot enough to clean properly and no bleach was used, a gasoline container was stored in the clinic (unsafe hazard), no maintenance or repairs on sterilizing equipment to ensure safe use or proper sterilization of surgical instruments.
planned parenthood MOBILE MAY 2016 SURVEY
Clinic policy review by medical staff not completed, the one abortionist's/doctor's credentials were not kept up-to-date, 12 of 17 patients were not observed for post-op recovery or emergency complications, staff FAILED to wash hands or practice appropriate infection control, fire extinguishers not inspected, blood glucose machine and x-ray illuminator and other patient-used machines not properly maintained, ultrasound test strips were expired, other medicines and drugs and syringes were expired, ceiling tiles were broken and hanging down, there was hole in the hallway wall.