Medical SchoolUniversity of Illinois-Chicago, 1993
Address250 E Superior St, Chicago, IL 60611
Scott Moses performs abortions, and is a Clinical Professor of Ob-Gyn at Northwestern Medical School. He is affiliated with Northwestern Prentice Women’s Hospital, which houses an abortion-training program.
2017-03-24 Amicus Brief -- Nifla v. Rauner -- Scott Moses, MDBio for Scott Moses, MD on page 20.
Northwestern Medicine -- Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology - Scott Moses, MD, Clinical Assistant ProfessorMoses is affiliated with Northwestern Memorial Hospital, including Prentice Women's Hospital.
Northwestern Medicine -- Scott Moses, MD - profile
Northwestern Prentice Women's Hospital -- 01-18-2006 A doctor's decision - DailyNorthwestern.comScott Moses gives an abortion lecture at Northwestern Medical School, and describes the types of abortions he performs.
Scott Moses, MD (printer-friendly) -- Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology -- Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern UniversityPrinter-friendly document -- Scott Moses faculty bio.
2017-05-17 Certificate of Interest -- Includes Scott Moses - Schroeder v. RaunerList of physicians on Amici Curiae brief. Includes abortionist Scott Moses.
2017-05-17 Schroeder v. Rauner -- Motion to File Amici Curiae BriefAbortion-related court case. Includes bio for Scott Moses, MD, on page 26.
Moses, Scott -- Illinois medical license - valid through 07-31-2020 - malpractice suitsAffiliated with Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Also see info on malpractice lawsuits.
Moses, Scott -- State of Illinois - 06-22-2017 Discipline for Scott David Moses, MD - reprimandDiscipline record for Scott David Moses, MD. Reprimand for: "allegations that he failed to diagnose & treat superimposed preeclampsia." See malpractice document below for case details.
$5 Million Birth Injury Settlement Reached by BWMK’s Kevin Burke, Elizabeth Kaveny Over Canceled Test -- Burke Wise Morrissey Kaveny lawyers"BWMK Partners Kevin G. Burke and Elizabeth A. Kaveny recently reached a $5 million settlement of a client's medical malpractice lawsuit against Northwestern Memorial Hospital Physicians Group and two doctors. The case was filed after Angela Cecchi, then age 35, gave birth in May 2003 to her first child, who suffered from brain damage and was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, spastic quadriplegia and dystonia. He will be unable to walk, work, live independently or enjoy a normal life. The medical malpractice claim arose from the decision of Dr. Scott David Moses to cancel a 24-hour urine test ordered by another attending obstetrician. That decision, Burke and Kaveny said, eliminated the chance of correctly diagnosing superimposed preeclampsia on chronic hypertension."