A New Jersey doctor will receive an award for excellence this month because he set up a program to help train medical students at his local Planned Parenthood abortion business.
Dr. Frank Centanni, who works at the Planned Parenthood in Morristown, New Jersey, as well as the Morristown Medical Center, will receive the Physician Award from the Atlantic Health Empower Awards later this month, the Daily Record reports.
The award recognizes doctors who go “above and beyond to improve health care within the community,” according to the report.
Centanni is an ob-gyn who has been practicing for about 40 years. Part of his job is to provide screenings and gynecology services at Planned Parenthood, according to the report. It is not clear if he performs abortions, but he is an employee and advocate for the No. 1 abortion chain in the United States: Planned Parenthood.
Centanni also was instrumental in setting up a program that almost certainly trains medical students to abort unborn babies.
According to the report, Centanni was chosen for the award, in part, because he helped to establish “an education affiliation between Morristown Medical Center and the town’s Planned Parenthood, allowing for offside training for medical students and residents. Residents now spend part of their rotation serving patients at the Planned Parenthood clinic.”
The Morristown, New Jersey facility does perform abortions, so it’s likely that the medical students are being trained on how to abort unborn babies as part of the program.
Though he is 71, Centanni said he plans to continue working for as long as he can.
“I plan to keep doing what I do for my patients,” Centanni said. “It’s very, very rewarding. I know they appreciate what we do for them.”
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While Planned Parenthood claims to focus on women’s health care services, its main business is abortion. In 2015, Planned Parenthood performed 328,348 abortions, nearly 5,000 more than the previous year. That same year, its prenatal services dropped almost 50 percent and adoption referrals, while up slightly, remained extremely low at 2,889.
Its patient numbers, contraception services, breast exams and cancer screenings are down, too, despite receiving taxpayer-funding increases under President Barack Obama’s administration.
In March, it refused to give up its abortion work and focus on providing true health care to low-income women. President Donald Trump offered to support an increase in taxpayer funding to Planned Parenthood if it stopped doing abortions, but Planned Parenthood refused.
Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards called the offer “obscene and insulting,” making it very clear that abortions – not women’s health care – are Planned Parenthood’s top priority.