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*[[Whole Woman's Health of Austin]], Texas
 
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*[[Whole Woman's Health of McAllen]], Texas
 
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*[[Whole Woman's Health of Beaumont]], East Texas
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*[[Whole Woman's Health of The Twin Cities]], Minnesota/Wisconsin
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 02:28, 16 September 2012

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Whole Woman's Health is an abortion-business chain owned and operated by Amy Hagstrom Miller.

About

As at 2010, Whole Woman's Health employed 55 to 60 staff and approximately 12 abortionists. In 2010 the business had est. 10,000 clients. About 30 percent of the patients are seen for non-pregnancy related concerns.[1]

History

In late 2000, Amy Hagstrom Miller began working in administration for an abortion business in Austin. TX. After working in the facility for 18 months, the physician who owned it said he wanted to retire. In January 2003 the papers giving her ownership were signed. Five months later, in May 2003, she purchased a second Austin clinic and subsequently consolidated the two into one large abortion business. After that, she purchased two health centers in Baltimore, and by 2009 also owned clinics in Beaumont, Fort Worth, and McAllen, Texas.[1]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 On The Issues Magazine: Amy Hagstrom Miller: Picking Up The Reins by Eleanor J. Bader, Winter 2010 Issue (accessed on Aug. 10, 2012)