All Women’s Medical Center
2100 East Commercial Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
271 Capri Ave
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, FL 33308
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YOB: c. 1937
This practitioner currently holds staff privileges at the following hospital/medical/health institutions:
Broward General Medical Center, Ft. Lauderdale
Imperial Point Medical Center, Ft. Lauderdale
National Abortion Federation member Theodore Lehrer, owner of All Women’s Clinic in Ft. Lauderdale, was arrested, and had his medical license suspended, in 1988 over his violent treatment of his wife. Mrs. Lehrer was 37 years old and 11 weeks pregnant, according to what she told police, when Dr. Lehrer got angry because she had morning sickness and had declined his sexual advances. According to Mrs. Lehrer, the good doctor forced her into the bathroom, held her down, handcuffed her, and did an abortion on her, without anesthesia. She said he told her to hold still or he’d inject her with something to calm her down. She also reported that he raped her. She was hospitalized to complete the botched forced abortion.
Miami Herald 5-4-88, Associated Press 4/29/1988; Spokane Chronicle 4/29/1988
Rape and Forced Abortion
Fort Lauderdale – On April 27, 1988, Fort Lauderdale abortionist Theodore Lehrer, a member of the National Abortion Federation (NAF) and owner of the All Women’s Clinic was charged with sexual battery after he imprisoned and forcibly aborted his wife. According to the abortionist’s wife, he handcuffed her, dragged her into the bedroom, tied her to a table and gagged her. Then he raped her and forcibly aborted her against her will. It is significant that this abortionist and his wife had signed a prenuptial contract which stated that, in the event of divorce, the wife would get only $5,000 if she bore him no children, but would be granted alimony, property, and child support if she had children. (Miami Herald, May 5, 1988; Associated Press, April 29, 1988; Leslie Bond.
Paul Likoudis, “Abortionist Charged for Aborting Wife Against Her Will,” National Right to Life News, June 23, 1988, page 9.
Prosecutors dropped all charges against a Fort Lauderdale doctor after his former wife, the alleged victim of a rape and forced abortion, said she was too sick to testify against him. Gynecologist Theodor Lehrer was arrested after his wife told police he had handcuffed and gagged her, then raped her and forcibly aborted an 11-week-old fetus in a bathroom in their condominium.
James McCarty, “Doctor’s Rape Charge Dropped Ex-Wife Refuses to Take Stand,” Miami Herald, June 20, 1989.