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Wright State Physicians Group

haskellA group of physicians at Wright State University is enabling infamous late-term abortionist and partial-birth abortion pioneer Martin Haskell to keep his abortion facility in Dayton, Ohio open and running.

Ohio law requires all ambulatory surgical facilities to have a written transfer agreement with a nearby hospital. Dayton hospitals refuse to give Haskell such an agreement. However, Haskell has found a way to skirt this law through a contract with the Wright State Physicians Women’s Health Care group (WSPWHC).

Get more information on WSPWHC’s collaboration with Haskell.

WSPWHC and Haskell:

WSPWHC is comprised of the faculty members of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. In November of 2013, WSPWHC signed a back-up physician service agreement with Haskell’s Women’s Med Center Dayton abortion facility.

The people:

The following Wright State University Obstetrics and Gynecology professors are members of WSPWHC and complicit in Haskell’s killing of innocent children:

Wright State Physicians CEO Alan P. Marco (M.D., M.M.M.) is also a signatory to the contract between WSPWHC and Women’s Med Center Dayton.

Update:  The final hearing for the Women’s Med Center abortion facility to appeal the denial of their request for a variance to the requirement for a hospital transfer agreement was held on Tuesday April 26, 2016 at the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). We are currently awaiting the decision from this hearing, as well as the final determination by the ODH Director. If Haskell’s appeal were the fail, the next step would be for ODH to revoke the center’s ambulatory surgical facility license and issue a closure order.

The Plan: Expose Haskell’s Enablers

  • Send letters to all the doctors of Wright State Physicians group asking them to sever their relationship with abortionist Haskell. See sample.
  • Distribute postcards to expose these abortion enablers. See sample.
  • Display signs on our “Truth Truck” in Dayton and neighborhoods where these doctors live. See samples.
  • See photos of this ongoing outreach effort.