AbortionistJoseph "Joe" Nelson
SEPTEMBER 1, 2021: CONDUCTING ABORTIONS ONLY IF NO FETAL HEARTBEAT OR CARDIAC ACTIVITY IS DETECTED IN SONOGRAM DUE TO TEXAS HEARTBEAT ACT.
Marva Sadler is director of clinical services for Whole Woman’s Health abortion clinics in Texas. She claims to be an “abortion provider,” but she does not have a medical license and cannot legally perform abortions Click here for more info.
Formerly located at 1717 S. Main St., Fort Worth, TX, 76110 (before 10/1/2012)
Closed after Roe v. Wade was overturned. 06/27
Resumed and stopped again after TX Supreme Court blocked order
Address3256 Lackland Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76116
Abortion in Texas halted again after appeals court allows ban to resume - CBS News - April 20, 2020
Some abortions may proceed in Texas during the coronavirus pandemic, federal judge rules - Click2Houston - April 9, 2020
Appeals court lets Texas enforce coronavirus-related abortion ban, for now - omaha.com - March 31, 2020On Tuesday afternoon, a divided three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals temporarily blocked Yeakel’s ruling and gave both sides until 5 p.m. Friday to submit their legal briefs on the matter.
Texas Abortion Providers Accuse Gov. of ‘Playing Politics,’ Sue over Abortion Ban amid Coronavirus - March 26, 2020
“Texas abortion providers heed attorney general warning and halt abortions amid coronavirus” -- Dallas Morning News -- March 24, 2020Amy Hagstrom-Miller, the CEO of Whole Woman’s Health, said in a statement that “patients cannot wait until this pandemic is over to receive safe abortion care.” But a spokeswoman for Whole Woman’s Health, which operates clinics in Fort Worth, Austin and McAllen, said the private health care management company was adhering to Paxton’s order.
Texas Attorney General -- Order halting all medically unnecessary surgeries and procedures -- March 23, 2020"Health Care professionals and facilities, including abortion providers, must immediately stop all medically unnecessary surgeries and procedures to preserve resources to fight COVID-19 Pandemic. […] Failure to comply with an executive order issued by the governor related to the COVID-19 disaster can result in penalties of up to $1,000 or 180 days of jail time."
Operation Rescue Special Report - final 2Operation Rescue's Special Report detailing abortion abuses in Texas in PDF Format.
Whole Woman's filing in New Mexico
Deficiency report - February 25, 2020Failure to maintain a safe and sanitary environment, properly constructed, equipped, and maintained to protect the health and safety of patients and staff at all times.
Deficiency Report - March 20, 2018
Whole Woman's Health of Fort Worth -- 2018-03-20 Texas Health Dept InspectionMarch 20, 2018: Texas Health Dept Inspection -- Statement of deficiencies & plan of correction.