BLOW THE WHISTLE: Calling On UNM Health Sciences Center, Southwestern Women’s Options and NM Abortion Clinic Employees to Report Wrongdoing

NMAFL Announces “Blow the Whistle” Campaign
Calling On UNM Health Sciences Center, Southwestern Women’s Options and NM Abortion Clinic Employees to Report Wrongdoing
Dear Dewey,
The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center and late-term abortion clinic, Southwestern Women’s Options in Albuquerque are currently under congressional investigation by the Select Panel on Infant Lives for the harvesting of aborted infant parts and organs, and other abortion practices. This includes illegal partial birth abortions, live births resulting from abortion, HIPPA violations, violating women’s rights, and other violations of federal regulations and statutes governing these practices.
“Since the release of the horrific videos that exposed Planned Parenthood doctors and administrators discussing the harvesting and sale of aborted infant body parts, the congressional select investigative panel has produced significant response from whistleblowers that corroborate with what was described in the videos of Planned Parenthood employees,” said Elisa Martinez, executive director of New Mexico Alliance for Life. “The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center has engaged in harvesting aborted baby body parts and organs from Albuquerque’s late-term abortion center, Southwestern Women’s Options– where infants can be born alive from failed late-term abortions, yet have been unwilling to produce public document regarding many of these practices, therefore we are asking whistleblowers to confidentially come forward.”
“Blow the Whistle” aims to give employees at UNM Health Science Center, Southwestern Women’s Options and any abortion clinics in New Mexico the platform they need to report wrongdoing–in strict confidence.  We encourage employees to come forward. Its time to take action to protect women’s rights and innocent infant lives.   There are numerous laws and regulations governing these practices. If you have information regarding misconduct or wrongdoing speak up and report it today and help us take a stand for women’s rights and innocent lives at stake. Whistleblowers can submit information using our secure online form today!   
You can help our investigation by forwarding this important email to your network. Encourage anyone you know who may have information pertinent to our investigation to come forward and submit information through our secure online form.
New Mexico Alliance for Life will evaluate and investigate any information provided by whistleblowers as part of our ongoing investigation.  Any personal information that you provide us will be kept in strict confidence. Click here to report wrongdoing today.
Examples of Wrongdoing and Information to Report
  • Transportation of aborted infant body parts or organs from Southwestern Women’s Options
  • Infants born alive after abortions and not given proper medial attention or intentionally killed outside the womb
  • Misleading women about their unborn baby’s development
  • Malpractice
  • Medicaid billing fraud or other types of fraudulent reporting
  • HIPPA and/or privacy violations
  • Coercion of women into abortions or unreported coercion
  • Patients not being adequately informed of the abortion procedures and risks
  • Retaliation or intimidation
  • Other misconduct or unethical behavior
  • Underreporting, misreporting
  • OSHA violations
  • Unqualified or untrained staff giving medical advice
  • Untrained or unqualified staff assisting or performing medical procedures
You can also support our ongoing investigation by making a secure, onlinedonation today.  Help NMAFL continue our tireless efforts in holding the abortion industry accountable, while we fight to protect women and unborn children by donating today!  Thank you for your support. 
Please stay tuned as NMAFL prepares to make a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT soon!
NM Alliance for Life, NM Alliance for Life, Albuquerque, NM 87110

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