September 15, 2021: An ambulance waits at the Mott Street entrance of the Manhattan Planned Parenthood where an abortion-related medical emergency was in progress.

By Cheryl Sullenger

New York, NY – On a narrow yet bustling, tree-lined street in the Noho district of Manhattan, there stands an historic brick high-rise building that seems to blend in with the surrounding brick structures that characterize the timeworn neighborhood.

Originally built in 1846, the building has survived through dramatic changes in America from the Industrial Revolution to the Digital Age and stood as a witness to history from the Civil War to the 911 terror attacks to the dark days of the China Virus lockdowns.

Today, the structure has turned down its own dark path of history, serving as the high-volume flagship abortion facility for the giant abortion chain, Planned Parenthood. 

The abortion facility was known as the Margaret Sanger Center after Planned Parenthood’s founder, who was a known eugenicist and racist.  Sanger’s goal was to purge the world of what she considered to be “human weeds” in order “to create a race of thoroughbreds.”

Ambulances are frequently spotted – as recently as yesterday – near the Planned Parenthood offices at the corner of Bleecker and Mott Streets.  These first responders transport women who have suffered serious abortion complications to nearby hospital emergency rooms.

And the Manhattan Planned Parenthood certainly does its part to keep the emergency rooms hopping.

On September 15, 2021, an ambulance responded to a medical emergency at the Manhattan Planned Parenthood and, for the forty-first known time, (33 in the past five years), transported yet another injured woman to a nearby Emergency Room.

September 15, 2021: A black woman is loaded into an ambulance after suffering presumed abortion complications at the Manhattan Planned Parenthood.

Further information about the woman’s condition is unavailable since Manhattan does not respond to Operation Rescue’s public records requests for 911 records.  It is possible that due to the relationship Planned Parenthood has with Mount Sinai Hospital, as evidenced by the frequent use of their ambulances, Planned Parenthood may indeed bypass the quicker 911 exchange and phone the hospital directly for emergency transportation to keep information about the botched abortions out of publicly accessible records.

So why so many medical emergencies at this Planned Parenthood facility? 

While questions remain about the specific kinds of abortion complications, there are things we do know that could contribute to them.

The Manhattan Planned Parenthood is a well-known abortion training site for the Kenneth J. Ryan Residency Training Program in Abortion and Family Planning run by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. 

The Ryan abortion training program is an affiliate of the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health based at the University of California San Francisco. The Bixby Center is a notorious population control advocate that promotes the expansion of abortion globally with a multitude of depopulation programs that would have made Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger proud.

This means that inexperienced hospital residents practice a blind surgical procedure on real women at the Manhattan Planned Parenthood, honing their killing skills for future careers as abortionists. This lends itself to the prospect of frequent medical misadventures that culminate in life-threatening medical emergencies.

“The Manhattan Planned Parenthood operates under an umbrella of protection from a radically pro-abortion political apparatus in New York,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “When abortionists believe they will never be held accountable for the harm they cause, it creates a climate where medical and safety practices are bound to deteriorate. It is our position that the Manhattan Planned Parenthood poses a serious danger to the public and should be closed.”


Photos courtesy of 40 Days for Life.