Ambulatory Specialty Surgery Center of Brooklyn to Reopen Without Abortion Capabilities
The Ambulatory Specialty Surgery Center of Brooklyn closed earlier this month and will reopen in October as a facility providing outpatient surgeries, but not abortions, according to an NY Daily News report.
The clinic tried to provide both abortions and other types of procedures, but physicians and patients refused to cross the crowds of protestors who frequently gathered outside the facility. The new clinic, set to open as the New York Center for Specialty Surgery, is undergoing renovations.
As many as 20 physicians have expressed interest in working at the new clinic.
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