The law doesn't want to board certify anybody.<quoted text>
LOL, this is what the lily wanna-be is replying to
"The law wants the hospital to board certify them.
You need to clarify what you think admitting standards are.
As most of the people offering these services also offer Ob/Gyn services that would on occasion use hospital services, I find this complaint lacking much merit.
So you are still objecting to abortion clinics having the same standards as other ambulatory facilities?
They do not have to move their facilities-as you are claiming- but meet the standards as other facilities offering out patient care. Why you think that an invasive procedure should require any less is not putting women's health first."
Its "admitting privileges", the law doesn't set the standard for that.
They're not trying to raise the standards of walk in clinics, they're trying to move the abortion procedure and ONLY the abortion procedure to ambulatory surgical clinics or hospitals.
Keeerist why don't you go read sumthin' instead of just making it up as you go along?