Skip to comments.Botched Abortion 911 Call: “She’s Bleeding Quite Badly”
Posted on 08/24/2012 6:14:20 PM PDT by Morgana
The recording of the 911 call from an apparently badly botched abortion last week at an abortion clinic is Dayton has been made public and the details are shocking for a woman who was victimized.
A woman was rushed to the hospital in Dayton, Ohio following a botched late-term abortion that took place at the Womens Med Center abortion clinic in Dayton. Martin Haskell, who is credit with making the partial-birth abortion procedure a household name, runs the abortion facility that injured the woman.
According to local pro-life advocate who filmed emergency medical personnel rushing to the scene, paramedics loaded a female patient into an awaiting ambulance. Those activists confirmed that the abortion practitioner on duty that day was Roslyn Kade, a long-time associate of Haskells.
Now, a 911 recording just released by Operation Rescue reveals that a medical emergency last week involved uncontrolled bleeding on a 37-year old patient.
Shes bleeding quite bad, a caller from the Womens Med Center told the emergency dispatcher. The womans current condition remains unknown.
There can be no doubt that Haskell and his associates present a serious danger to the public. It appears that the number of medical emergencies at his clinics is on the rise, said Troy Newman, president of Operation Rescue and Pro-Life Nation. We call on the Medical Board and the Health Department to take immediate action to protect women by closing Haskells abortion clinics pending investigation of this latest botched abortion.
Newman said this is the fourth medical emergency recently documented at Haskell abortion clinics. In February, a woman was transported from Haskells Kettering clinic to a local hospital. In March, Haskell personally placed a 911 call from his clinic located in the Cincinnati suburb of Sharonville and was heard laughing at the dispatcher who offered emergency information.
A recording of the 911 call placed personally by Haskell on March 28, 2012, revealed a woman was unconscious and suffering seizures that could not be controlled while coming out of anesthesia after an abortion. The woman was transported to Bethesda Hospital, where Haskell has no admitting privileges nor does he have an agreement for a physician to care for his abortion complications.
The Ohio Department of Health was notified and immediately sent out a team of surveyors who, according to witnesses, were denied access to Haskells clinic until he was prepared to allow them in, according to information the pro-life group Operation Rescue presented LifeNews.
A fourth woman was once again hospitalized in March, 2009, after abortion injuries received at Haskells Kettering clinic, the site of the most recent incident. In that case, a desk clerk is heard making the calls on behalf of the mother of a patient who was in labor. The mother told the clerk that her daughter was in the process of a miscarriage. After the clerk called for an ambulance, she placed a second call about 3 minutes later. The clerk told the dispatcher, Apparently the baby has fallen into the toilet and the umbilical cord um, uh the babys dead.
Earlier this year, Operation Rescue filed a formal complaint against Haskell with the Ohio Medical Board, which currently has Haskell under investigation. Newman said his group and other pro-life organizations are concerned that Haskell holds no active hospital privileges as required by law and has been allowed to keep his clinics open on two variances, or legal waivers, issued by the Ohio Department of Health.
One physician, Walter T. Bowers, II, who listed on Haskells Sharonville waiver was found to have committed negligence during a botched delivery of a wanted baby in Kentucky and has been banned from the practice of Obstetrics in that state. Bowers has since been dropped from Haskells waiver after his history was made public by pro-life organizations.
Paula Westwood, Executive Director of Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati, commented previously on the botched abortion.
The Womens Medical Center is one of several abortion facilities owned by abortionist Martin Haskell, who has championed the gruesome late-term partial birth abortion procedure, she said. The WMC remains open despite the fact that Haskell could not comply with a regulation requiring an Ambulatory Surgical Facility (ASF) to have a transfer agreement with an area hospital to handle complications from his procedures.
Much to the chagrin of pro-life advocates and local Sharonville officials, the Ohio health department has updated an arrangement that allows Haskell to continue doing abortions without following state law requiring him to have a transfer agreement at a local hospital.
In 1996, Ohio passed a law requiring that all ambulatory surgical centers must be licensed by the state and, in 1999, it came to the attention of the Ohio Health Department that abortion clinics were not in compliance with the law, having never applied for licensing. The OHD began the process of insuring that all abortion clinics came into compliance.
Haskell refused to comply and, after years of court and administrative battles, the administration of former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland granted a variance [exception] allowing the late-term abortion practitioner to open a new abortion facility in Sharonville, Ohio, the Womens Med Center at 11250 Lebanon Road. The state gave him this variance on the condition that he maintains privileges at an area hospital, a lesser standard than a transfer agreement.
Haskells variance has been modified and Ted Wymyslo, the health department director, says Haskell is no longer required to have privileges at an area hospital or a transfer agreement. He is allowed to operate by having his partner, Roslyn Kade, and two other Cincinnati doctors, David Schwartz and Walter J. Bowers, handle his emergency complications.
That decision is meeting with strong condemnation from Virgil Lovitt, the mayor of Sharonville and president of the Sharonville Board of Health.
Now, Martin Haskell can continue to perform abortions without meeting these requirements, and he can replace his skills with other doctors that, also, do not need to meet the written state regulations, he said. Any abortionists working at the Womens Med Center are now covered by the credentials of Dr. Haskells partner, Roslyn Kade, and two doctors off-site. This has expanded the variance to beyond the career of this 71-year old abortionist. Martin Haskell can finally retire and his late term abortion center will legally be able to operate indefinitely.
Lovitt says the concerns are not merely hypothetical as the abortion clinic has already experienced botched abortions just one year after opening.
Haskells two-day process for late term abortions has already produced one stillborn baby in a hotel toilet and another in a car on the way to an ER, he said. These complications are difficult to track, and there are probably more than we know. There are pro-life sidewalk educators outside the abortion facility, and it is estimated that this location is performing about 200 abortions each month.
In August, Lovitt joined Mike Gonidakis of Ohio Right to Life, Paula Westwood of Cincinnati Right to Life, and Colleen Gerke of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati in a meeting with Wymyslo about Haskell where Lovitt says he begged the new director not to liberalize the variance if Martin Haskells privileges at an area hospital changed.
Westwood also complained about the health departments decision, saying, This expanded variance for the Womens Med Center needlessly caters to the abortion industry at the cost of many unborn babies lives.
She is calling on pro-life advocates to contact the following officials to ask why the state of Ohio is helping the abortion industry.
It’s much easier to snuff out a life than it is to save one. That must be the reason these hacks are baby killers
Strickland is no longer in office yet he continues to kill ~ when will he stop?
Well, it's legal anyway ...
To consider dear to me, as my parents, him who taught me this art; to live in common with him and, if necessary, to share my goods with him; To look upon his children as my own brothers, to teach them this art; and that by my teaching, I will impart a knowledge of this art to my own sons, and to my teacher's sons, and to disciples bound by an indenture and oath according to the medical laws, and no others.
I will prescribe regimens for the good of my patients according to my ability and my judgment and never do harm to anyone.
I will give no deadly medicine to any one if asked, nor suggest any such counsel; and similarly I will not give a woman a pessary to cause an abortion.
But I will preserve the purity of my life and my arts.
I will not cut for stone, even for patients in whom the disease is manifest; I will leave this operation to be performed by practitioners, specialists in this art.
In every house where I come I will enter only for the good of my patients, keeping myself far from all intentional ill-doing and all seduction and especially from the pleasures of love with women or with boys, be they free or slaves.
All that may come to my knowledge in the exercise of my profession or in daily commerce with men, which ought not to be spread abroad, I will keep secret and will never reveal.
If I keep this oath faithfully, may I enjoy my life and practice my art, respected by all humanity and in all times; but if I swerve from it or violate it, may the reverse be my life.
Which is the only one of the three that matters. The other two words are just that — words.
It was once legal to own slaves:
The real question should be: Is it moral?
“Well, it’s legal anyway ... “
That’s funny, I actually said this exact thing to someone today.
You know, I even think Clinton was sincere about that.
But the real advocates for abortion, the pro-aborts, they could not care less.
Don’t they get it, what a dangerous, unnatural thing it is to have an abortion?
Of course, it is always going to be just about IMPOSSIBLE to get GOOD doctors to become abortionists, so that’s a hurdle they have a hard time overcoming.