AbortionistYury Joseph Nosaville
Carleyna Mariah Dancing Star Nunes
SEPTEMBER 1, 2021: CONDUCTING ABORTIONS ONLY IF NO FETAL HEARTBEAT OR CARDIAC ACTIVITY IS DETECTED IN SONOGRAM DUE TO TEXAS HEARTBEAT ACT.
16 of 17 Texas abortion facilities miserably failed health inspections — Operation Rescue report, 10-3-2016
Address8200 Wednesbury Ln, Ste 230, Houston, TX 77074
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, 2020
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."
Deficiency report - october 20, 2020Deficiencies cited
Deficiency Report - January 09, 2019
Deficiency Report -- January 18, 2018Jan 18, 2018: Texas Health Dept Inspection -- Statement of Deficiencies & plan of correction.
Women's Center Houston Inspection Report Oct 27 2015Inspection report reveals numerous deficiencies and violations, including: failure to develop, implement, and monitor clinical policies regarding [redacted due to patient emergency?] condition on discharge procedures; another redacted section relating to patient condition on discharge [post-abortion infections or complications?]; failure to develop, implement, and monitor clinical policies regarding clinical records and monitoring post-procedure infections; infections were monitored via post-op telephone calls and follow-up visits [so there WERE infections after abortions! uh-oh!]; failure to implement infection control policy to ensure instruments were thoroughly cleaned prior to sterilization; failure to open racheted instruments to ensure sterility; potential to spread infection to all patients who come in contact with the instruments; blood on the handle of one of the forceps in a supposedly-sterilized, prepared package; and more.