Women’s Choice Group once committed abortions in Concord, Fremont, Sacramento, Salinas, San Francisco, and San Jose.
The Salinas clinic closed a few years ago, Concord followed last year, and San Francisco this past March.
When a member of Wynette’s group called the Sacramento office last week, they got a pleasant surprise. A receptionist told her that clinic and the Fremont and San Jose clinics were all closing this week. “We just didn’t have enough patients,” she said, when asked why the clinics were shutting down.
Known then as Planned Parenthood Golden Gate, the affiliate was aborted for financial mismanagement. Also recall PPGG created the now infamous “A Super Hero for Choice” video.
PPGG’s territory was divided between the Planned Parenthood Mar Monte and Planned Parenthood Shasta Pacific affiliates.
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The downside to this story is that since reorganizing the area, Planned Parenthood has opened six new clinics – one referral (Oakland), three medical abortion (Hayward, Mill Valley, , Ukiah), and two surgical abortion (San Francisco, Santa Rosa).
This, in part or whole, explains why Women’s Choice ran its course and went defunct. PP is successfully driving out its abortion competition, although neither of its two surgical abortion mills commit late-term abortion, both stopping at 14 weeks.
The answering machine at the after-hours Women’s Choice phone number does not give any indication its group is closed. That said, it still provides numbers for the clinics it lists on its website as long defunct.
LifeNews.com Note: Jill Stanek fought to stop “live birth abortions” after witnessing one as an RN at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois. That led to the Born Alive Infants Protection Act legislation, signed by President Bush, that would ensure that proper medical care be given to unborn children who survive botched abortion attempts.