Planned Parenthood loves to talk about how they support women’s health and how they provide real healthcare. But do they?
No, they do not. In fact, a survey of recent reports from public health departments from across the country shows that they frequently are cited for conditions that you would not want to see at your local doctor’s office–or frankly, that would be disturbing for a sewage treatment facility.
Here’s just a few, according to checkmyclinic.org:
At the Planned Parenthood in Bloomington, Indiana, a report stated, “The clinic failed to ensure that an employee hand washing facility was available in the room where clean or soiled linen is processed and handled for one facility. ” Gross.
A Planned Parenthood in Ohio was cited for, “not maintain[ing] safe and sanitary conditions. Instruments were not sterilized properly” and “Urine samples were not disposed of properly.” Why were there so many sanitary issues? Probably because, ” There was no director of nursing and of the nine nurses on staff, none had operating room experience and were not qualified to fill the role of director of nursing. “
Lifenews.com cites several other issues found at different Planned Parenthood locations, including:
” A black substance that could have been mold or dried blood coated the bottom of the glass suction canister” and “Reusable tubing on the top of the suction machine was contaminated with black mold.”
Another report found, “Rusted suction machine cabinets that posed an infection control issue since they prevented proper sanitation” as well as “A black substance that could have been mold or dried blood coated the bottom of the glass suction canister.”
We know that Planned Parenthood does not want to see their facilities regulated, and this is why.
You can learn more about what is happening at the abortion facilities in your state at checkmyclinic.org.