Top-Gyn Ladies Center
4391 West Flagler Street
Coral Gables, FL 33134-1554
Blue Coral Women’s Care
7360 Coral Way #16
Miami, FL 33155-1482
Millennium Women Center
9370 SW 72nd St # A104
Miami, FL 33173-5470
YOB: c. 1939 (Entered School of Medicine of Valencia, Valencia, Spain in 1960)
Discipline on file.
Miami: The legalized back-alley abortion capital
Hialeah’s A Gyn Diagnostic Center is one of three Miami area abortion mills owned and operated by Belkis Gonzales and Siomara Senises.
Their Miramar mill was shut down last year after police caught three of their employees committing abortions without licenses. They were janitor Adieren Rojas, abortionist Robelto Osborne and University of Miami medical student Kieron Nisbet.
Osborne lost his license in 2004 for puncturing a mother’s uterus during an abortion, not treating it, and failing to return her calls complaining of extreme pain and bleeding. She required the removal of retained fetal parts and a hysterectomy. Records also show Osborne botched an abortion in 1996 by damaging the small intestine of an 18-year-old.
Nisbet functioned in the mill as an anesthesiologist. With a warrant out for his arrest, Nisbet continued anesthetizing as well as aborting at nearby Best Care Women’s Center in Miami. When police closed in, he fled the country and is believed to now be hiding in his native Trinidad.
Police arrested Best Care’s owners, Magaly Gil and Jose Rodriguez. They turned in their license for that mill, and all was forgiven. But Gil still owns and operates two other Miami area abortion mills, Millennium Women Center and Hialeah Women’s Center.