AbortionistClarence Joseph Washington, III
Malana Keiko Moshesh
Melvin Lee Henderson
Formerly Carolina Women’s Medical Clinic
Clinic address: 1919 Gillespie St., Fayetteville, NC 28306
Also does injection abortions. As of 2019, they charged $450.
Address1919 Gillespie St., Fayetteville, NC 28306
Clinic, doctor sued in death, woman's family cites abortionIn July 1990, abortionist Clarence J. Washington III lacerated the cervix of patient Mary Ann Dancy in a botched abortion procedure. Dancy bled to death later that evening. Her family sued the abortionist and clinic.
Deficiency Report- May 2018
Deficiency Report - January 13, 2019No deficiencies cited
Deficiency Report - November 20, 2020
Clarence Washington - Consent Order - Jul 31, 2000The consent order allows Clarence Washington to hold a temporary medical license under certain conditions, after a year-long suspension following conviction of tax fraud and imprisonment.
Clarence Washington - License Restriction - Dec 21, 2010The North Carolina Medical Board places Clarence Washington under numerous restrictions after two patients experience severe complications from abortion procedures.
Clarence Washington - License Suspension - Aug 27, 1999Dr. Washington's license was suspended after a US District Court found him of tax evasion and sentences him to twenty months imprisonment.
Clarence Washington - License Suspension - Mar 13, 2012The North Carolina Medical Board suspends Clarence Washington's medical license for unprofessional conduct in substandard care and using hormone pellets contrary to FDA approval.
Clarence Washington - Notice of Charges - May 1, 2007The medical board charges Clarence Washington with unprofessional conduct in prescribing drugs to 4 close family members and failing to maintain a proper written record of the treatment.
Clarence Washington - Voluntary Dismissal - Dec 21, 2007The North Carolina Medical Board dismisses charges against Dr. Washington for improper prescription of regulated substances after Washington presented evidence that the patients were under the care of another doctor who had previously issued the prescriptions