Metropolitan Medical Associates: Abortion Clinic in Englewood New Jersey
MMA is the largest State Licensed Ambulatory Care Gynecological Center of NJ providing Gyneocological and Abortion services to women for almost 40 years.
At our Englewood, NJ Center, we perform non-surgical abortion (Abortion pill / MIFEPREX) and surgical abortions up to 24 weeks. Our Board Certified Obstetrician Gynecologists have over 100 years cumulative experience in this field, making MMA the center with the most experience gynecologists not only in the state but nationally too. We are licensced in the state of New Jersey for these procedures for over 30 years.
Our goal is to provide quality medical abortion care to women with the utmost regard for privacy, dignity and confidentiality. We are fully equipped with the latest surgical and diagnostic instruments, including ultrasound, on the premises.
Our dedicated team of Board Certified Gynecologists, with combined experience of over 100 years in their field, is the finest in the state of New Jersey and has privileges in the nearby Englewood Hospital. They are specially certified by the NJ Board of Medical Examiners to perform late abortions up to 24 weeks of gestation, perform surgical abortion, non-surgical abortion and administer the Abortion Pill.
Metropolitan Medical Associates
40 Engle Street, Englewood NJ 07631
Call: 201-567-0522 | 800-932-0378
For more information please call us Monday through Saturday from 8:00 AM through Midnight.
We are located in Englewood, NJ (3 miles from the George Washington Bridge). We are easily accessible by the NJ Turnpike, Garden State Parkway, Routes 80, 46, 17, and 4.
Late Abortion Specialist
Our purpose is to provide the safest possible early and late abortion care and termination of pregnancies for fetal anomalies or other medical indications. Abortion care is always provided in a confidential, comfortable, and dignified outpatient setting for women world-wide.
Boulder Abortion Clinic offers:
- First Trimester Abortion up to 13 Weeks
- Second Trimester Abortion up to 26 Weeks
- Third Trimester Abortion (commonly known as late term abortion) over 26 Weeks
- Fetal Anomaly Patients are seen at anytime during pregnancy, but management will depend on length of gestation, medical indications, etc.By its name and continued existence, Boulder Abortion Clinic makes a statement that women are free to make their own choices about their own lives, bodies, and family needs. Our website offers extensive information about abortion information and family planning information.“I have been personally involved from the beginning of my medical career in the advocacy of reproductive freedom, and I continue in this commitment.” Dr. Warren Hern, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D. — leading late abortions specialist.
We have survived anti-abortion harassment and violence and have demonstrated our own level of resolve and determination to provide these services to women in spite of everything. As a result, our patients are protected by the highest standards of safety and security as well as provided with understanding and compassion when they come into our offices.We provide every patient personal consultation time allowing the patient to ask any questions they may have and for Dr. Warren Hern and Staff to understand all the special circumstances surrounding each individual’s case.Call us to discuss your confidential situation. Proper discretion is always the order of the day at Boulder Abortion Clinic.
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Boulder Abortion Clinic, P.C.
Warren M. Hern, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D.
Quality Care for Women Since 1973
1130 Alpine Avenue
Boulder, Colorado 80304 USA
To learn more about Dr. Hern, read this article:
Abortion Doctor Writes Powerful Response to Anti-Abortion Witch Hunt by Contress
Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health abortion clinic in Knoxville, TN
Abortion clinic Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health is a small not-for-profit educational reproductive health center dedicated to providing a wide range of medical services, including pregnancy testing, routine gynecological care, medical abortion (Abortion Pill) up to 10 weeks, first trimester aspiration and second trimester abortion up to 15 weeks, Morning After Pill, family planning counseling, and contraceptive (birth control) options. The Center is fully licensed by the State of Tennessee.
We boast — “the most experienced clinic staff in the region.”
We are a member of the National Abortion Federation (”NAF”), an organization consisting of more than 300 abortion providers committed to protecting the availability of safe, legal abortion in the United States.
As of July 1, 2015, Tennessee politicians have imposed a 48 HOUR WAITING PERIOD requiring 2 trips to receive abortion services.
At Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health our abortion services include 3 abortion methods.
Depending on whether you’re in the first trimester or early second trimesters of pregnancy, we’ll assist you in your decision making of which method suits your needs best.
A medical abortion is an abortion service option available to women who are no more than (10) weeks into the pregnancy dating from the first day of the last normal menstrual period (LMP) as confirmed by ultrasound. It is a safe and effective method of ending pregnancy using a combination of medications.
*As of July 1, 2015, Tennessee politicians have imposed a 48 hour waiting period requiring 2 trips to receive abortion services.
Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health in TN provides abortion services to surrounding counties including, Washington, Sullivan, McMinn, Hamblen, Bradley, Putnam, Cumberland, Rhea, Morgan, Scott, Roane, Cocke, Hawkins, and Greene County.
Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health
1547 W. Clinch Ave. Knoxville, Tennessee 37916
office (865) 637-3861 | toll-free (800) 325-5357
The abortion pill makes up about a quarter of all abortions. When scientific evidence highlighted the safety of the pill in 2016, the FDA relaxed guidelines. So the popularity of the abortion pill will likely continue to increase. This pill is a favorite talking point for right wing anti-choice activists. That’s likely because it makes abortion a more convenient option, and gives the woman substantial control over when and under what circumstances to terminate her pregnancy. Misconceptions about the abortion pill are common. That’s in spite of the fact that, for many women, it’s an affordable and relatively easy option. Here are five abortion pill facts you should know.
Abortion pills sold online are not typically fake, and are as safe as those women receive with a valid medical prescription, according to a study published in the journal Contraception. Some women who cannot afford to go to the doctor, who cannot access abortion, or who are afraid to tell anyone they are pregnant turn to online pills. It’s a fact that points to the desperation of women seeking abortion. Yet this study suggests desperate women may have one less thing to fear.
Online Abortion Pill Safety: Abortion Pills Purchased Online May Be Safe, Effective
For the study, researchers purchased abortion pills from 20 different websites. None of the sites required a prescription. The abortion pill is only legally available with a valid medical prescription. The team then had the pills tested by an independent laboratory. All of the mifepristone pills were within 8% of the advertised level. There was more variation in the misoprostol pills, but the pills were still potent enough to cause an abortion.
Because the pills were advertised, they were likely to be reasonably safe–at least for women who are eligible to use abortion pills. These pills are only FDA-approved for abortions up to 10 weeks. Women may need medical assistance following a medication abortion, however, and not all women can safely use a medication for abortion.
Abortion Without Instruction or Support
Though the pills were as advertised, none of them came with instructions for proper use. This leaves women seeking abortions to look for instructions elsewhere. Online abortion instructions aren’t always reliable. Some searches for abortion assistance may redirect to anti-choice websites filled with inaccurate information and scare tactics. The wrong dose of an otherwise safe pill can be dangerous. Likewise, women with certain medical conditions or very advanced pregnancies cannot safely use an abortion pill. Women who are desperate enough to illegally seek online abortion pills may be desperate enough to use those pills without researching their use. In some cases, women who know their pregnancy has progressed too far may opt for a medication abortion out of desperation.
While instructions on the proper use of the pill won’t prevent all improper uses, they can act as a barrier to dangerous use.
Telemedicine: A Potentially Viable Alternative
The fact that women are turning to illegal online abortions speaks to a larger problem. Abortion remains inaccessible or too expensive for many women. State regulations, scare tactics, and the fear of clinic protesters can all cause women to choose less safe options. The good news is that there may be a safe alternative to illegal medication abortions.
One recent study found that telemedicine abortions–which involve a medication abortion with the option of assistance from a medical provider–are safe. That didn’t stop anti-choicers from telling women otherwise. It’s just one more way of limiting women’s reproductive freedom–which is a strategy that’s repeatedly proven to endanger the lives of women and their children.
Data released last month by the Guttmacher Institute shows that the abortion rate dropped under President Obama. This is the first time in more than two decades that the abortion rate has decreased among every demographic group. The data also shows that abortion is a common experience for women, with about 1 in 4 women having at least one abortion before the age of 45. Read the rest of this entry »
The right specializes in false science that tells women abortion causes breast cancer, leads to irreversible trauma, and shatters lives. Study after study has debunked this notion. In a world where women are made to feel ashamed and fearful of abortion, however, it’s easy for stigmatizing fake data to stick. Since the Supreme Court affirmed abortion as a Constitutional right, a few things have remained certain. Abortion saves lives. Abortion is safe. Abortion gives women more control over their lives. The right doesn’t want people to read real abortion research because that abortion research universally confirms the benefits of abortion. Here are five pieces of abortion research anti-choicers don’t want you to know.
Sentiliano Canko, 32, was charged this week with a bomb threat directed to a New Jersey abortion clinic. Last week, anti-choice protesters stormed the waiting rooms of at least two abortion clinics. An attorney general and president determined not to enforce the law have birthed a new generation of anti-choice terrorism. While the far right uses terrorism as a guise for undermining civil liberties, they ignore one of the most common forms of terrorism: anti-choice terrorism. Here’s what you need to know.
So-called crisis pregnancy centers peddle in disinformation. They capitalize on the fear and vulnerability of women considering abortion, and pressure them into a decision with life-altering consequences. Anti-choicers argue that these crisis pregnancy centers offer a viable alternative to abortion. Yet research consistently shows that they offer false, and even potentially harmful information. Women visiting these centers learn that birth control doesn’t work, that abortion dooms them to Hell, and that having sex outside of marriage renders them damaged goods. These centers are little more than sources of anti-woman propaganda.
The problem is that fake abortion clinics shamelessly lie. They present themselves as abortion providers, or as a place to get a free pregnancy test. Vulnerable women visit them, are subjected to abuse, and waste valuable time. Here’s what every choice activist needs to know about these dangerous facilities.