"Women's choice was sold out at this hospital"
Takeover of Tarzana hospital by non-profit health group controlled by two orders of nuns means no abortions, no vasectomie's no tubal ligations
When the failing Tarzana Medical Center in the San Fernando Valley was taken over last month by a non-profit health group co-sponsored by the Sisters of Providence and the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary, some policies at the hospital had to change in order to bring them in line with Catholic teaching.
Now, reports the Los Angeles Daily News, some physicians at the hospital – now called Providence Tarzana Medical Center – have begun to complain about what they see as a conflict between religion and medicine. "Women's choice was sold out at this hospital," Dr. Brian Fenmore, an obstetrician-gynecologist, told the newspaper in a story published Oct. 25.
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