Women’s Health Partners, LLC,
6853 SW 18TH St., #301
Boca Raton, FL 33433-7056
Phone: (561) 368-3775
Fax: (561) 368-1143
5000 West Boynton Beach Boulevard, # 200
Boynton Beach, FL, 33436
Phone: (561) 734-5710
DOB: 2/12/1967 (Entered Georgetown University in 1989.)
Hospital Privileges: West Boca Medical Center; Boca Raton Community Hospital; Boca Raton Outpatient Surgery & Laser Center, A Healths, Boca Raton.
Has several malpractice lawsuits filed against him.
Has several traffic tickets in Palm Beach County. (Need volunteer who will pull the lawsuit files and tickets. Email me.)
Dr. Gostal Arcelin resigned in a letter to Christians For Life, a pro-life group in Melbourne, Florida, that organized a peaceful, one-day, 12-person picketing excursion.
Gostal Arcelin, a resident at the University of Florida Health Science Center in Jacksonville and abortionist at Aware Woman Center for Choice in Melbourne, FL, announced that he will stop performing abortions at Melbourne’s only abortion clinic as of April 1, 1996.
The announcement was made in a March 15, 1996 letter to Christians For Life, a Melbourne pro-life group that held an informational picket on March 14, 1996, at the University Medical Center in Jacksonville where Dr. Arcelin works and in his neighborhood in Neptune Beach, FL, a suburb of Jacksonville.
“We pray that Dr. Arcelin will now commit to using his God-given talents only for healing and never for killing for the rest of his young career,” said Meredith Raney, a spokesman for Christians For Life.The entire text of the letter follows:
Raymond Unterburger Christians For Life P.O. Box 2022 Melbourne, FL 32902Affidavit of Defendant Patricia Baird-Windle
Dear Mr. Unterburger,
I will no longer provide medical services at the Aware Woman Center for Choice as of April 1, 1996. Please inform your associates. Understand that I am proud of being able to provide reproductive services for women of all ages, and that my activities were known amongst my colleagues, friends, and neighbors.
Please be aware that Aware Woman Center for Choice clinic and other physicians may elect to pursue anonymity for security purposes. Again, I must emphasize that as of April 1, 1996, I will stop coming to Melbourne for reproductive health services.
Gostal Arcelin, M. D.cc: Robert J. Thompson, MD, Prof. And Associate Chairman, OB/GYN Dept Linda M. Robertson, MD, Associate Professor, Chief of Staff, UMC Aware Woman Center for Choice Meredith Raney, Women’s Legal Action Coalition
Abortion clinic owner claims that Dr. Gostal Arcelin resigned due to “harassment.”
Florida abortionist calls it quits
Jacksonville FL – AP, March 17, 1996
He’s only 28 years old and wants to live a long life. Abortionist (Ret.) Gostal Arcelin was disturbed by citizens picketing outside his Neptune Beach home and decided to cease from his practice of driving to Melbourne to commit abortions. The Ob-Gyn resident at University Medical Center faxed a one-page letter to Christians for Life in Melbourne with the good news. A University spokeswoman “said he told her he was quitting the Melbourne work because he was concerned for his safety.”
Aware Woman can’t find another doctor to replace Dr. Gostal Arcelin and three other residents from the University of Florida Hospital in Jacksonville who had been coming on Saturday. Dr. Arcelin resigned in a letter to Christians For Life effective April 1, 1996 after only one day of picketing at his hospital and neighborhood. Christians For Life, a pro-life group in Melbourne, Florida organized a peaceful, one-day, 12-person picketing excursion that triggered all of this.