Just Learned: N.Va. Woman Rushed To Hospital Last Month After Botched Abortion

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April 20, 2012

Steven Ertelt, editor of LifeNews.com, and one of Planned Parenthood’s 10 most hated people, broke a story last night that flew through cyberspace at Twitter speed, which is how I became aware of it. It concerns a 35-year old diabetic woman who suffered heavy bleeding after a failed abortion on March 3 at Nova Women’s Healthcare in Fairfax County (see article).

The news came to light after investigative work by Operation Rescue, which had plenty of reason for concern about the abortion center, which is still  operated by Mi Yong Kim, even though she is at the center of several previous botched abortions and  surrendered her license in 2007. In fact, a long series of abortion injuries and standard of care violations at her abortion center go back as far as 1998 and include deaths women in 2002 and 2005 from botched abortions. The 2005 death resulted from an improper sedation and subsequent cardiac arrest. Kim did not attempt to resuscitate her. In 2007, the health board concluded she did not perform proper followups with her patients and in 2009 she and the abortion center were sued, according to the article . . .

for conducting an abortion on a woman with an ectopic pregnancy. The patient was told the abortion was successful and sent home. The ectopic pregnancy later ruptured and caused a painful, life-threatening emergency for the woman.

Cheryl Sullenger, Senior Policy Advisor for Operation Rescue and Pro-Life Nation, told LifeNews.com:

There can be no doubt that Kim’s policies and procedures . . . are in place at Nova and are endangering the lives and health of women every day. She has no business operating any kind of facility. We are filing complaints and urging the medical board and the health department to step in and close the clinic on an emergency basis in the interest of public safety.

Operation Rescue was at the abortion center when the ambulance arrived to take Kim’s latest victim to the hospital and video taped it. It then, through Freedom of Information Act requests, secured the audio of the 911 one call (see below).

Planned Parenthood, NARAL and the abortion industry call abortion “one of the safest medical procedures.” But this is only one abortion center. Imagine the aggregate number of emergencies, injuries and deaths to women, not to mention the unborn children. Yet, we still hear the howls of indignation over abortion center regulations. How can abortion proponents in good conscience defend self-governance by these abortion centers when more and more of these instances are coming to light?

Furthermore, where are the mainstream media, political pundits and activists who were all over the news during the General Assembly? If the media devoted even five percent of its coverage to this story as it did to the ultrasound bill, maybe it wouldn’t have taken a chance viewing on Twitter for me to hear about this. Sad but true: We will hear more about these injuries and deaths eventually; but to hear about them they have to happen. As long as there are determined abortionists willing to skirt abortion center safety regulations, at any risk, they will indeed continue to happen.

Another botched abortion, another ignoring of it by abortion-on-demand apologists and the media. Besides, there’s no need for abortion center regulations, right?

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4 Responses to “Just Learned: N.Va. Woman Rushed To Hospital Last Month After Botched Abortion”

  1. […] license in 2007. Mi Yong Kim owns and operates Fairfax’s Nova Women’s Healthcare which was recently in the news for a botched abortion in April 2012. Nova Women’s Healthcare also was the previous place of employment of Dr. […]

  2. […] is simply no way to know how many women have been harmed by abortion. In just the past few months, we’ve uncovered more incidents involving Virginia abortion doctors putting women’s healt…. One clinic operator ultimately surrendered her medical license, but still is allowed to operate […]

  3. […] What we do know, and what the abortion industry lobby and its legislative partners nonchalantly ignore over and over and over year after year is that there are more than enough anecdotal incidents to require statistical reporting and, therefore, regulations for the safety of women. For instance, we know several years ago there was a death at a Northern Virginia abortion center and recently  there was another major injury — a woman hemorrhaged severely after an abortion in Nor…. […]

  4. […] to the Family Foundation of Virginia, women were injured at the Falls Church Healthcare Center, the NOVA Healthcare Center in Fairfax, and other abortion […]

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