All Women’s Ob-Gyn Group
817 S University Dr # 100A
Plantation, FL 33324-3345
Home: 4821 SW 76th Ave, Davie, FL 33328
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YOB: November 1952
Permanetly restricted from performing any procedures relating to the termination of pregnancy. Respondent’s practice is permanently restricted in that Respondent may not perform cosmetic surgery including liposuction for any reason.
Discipline records are on file. She apparently used a vacuum extraction on a woman delivering a baby that caused irreparable harm.
A. On or about July 22, 1993, the Board of Medicine of the State of Florida, Department of Business and Professional Regulation (“Florida Board of Medicine”) issued an administrative complaint in Case No. 91-05594 against the Respondent. The administrative complaint alleged that Respondent, an obstetrician/gynecologist, provided medical care to a patient identified as “Patient #l” on or about March 16, 1991. The administrative complaint further alleged that Respondent practiced medicine below the standard of care in that Respondent inappropriately applied a vacuum extractor without medical justification and for an excessive period of time, which resulted in multiple complications for Patient #1’s newborn. Further, the complaint alleged that Respondent’s medical record for Patient #1 failed to indicate a need for vacuum extraction.
In an April 30, 2004 article, the Orlando Sentinel reported that two South Florida doctors (one’s a retired psychologist, the other is a working ob-gyn physician, they stated) own the Orlando nightclub Tropical Magic.
They revealed that one of the owners is a Broward County physician by the name of Dr. Celina Poy-Wing. Advertisements in the South Florida area reveal that Poy-Wing performs abortions up to 22 weeks at 817 South University Drive in Plantation, FL, describing her practice as, Women Caring for Women.
The article says that abortionist Poy-Wing described her club’s atmosphere this way, “We are trying to appeal to the whole community. No babies. We want men and women.”
The paper also made this observation about the club’s alcohol: “And for an older-crew club, the drink policy is awfully relaxed. For one, the place is open until 4 in the morning. Two, the place sells tiny bottles of alcohol until the 2 a.m. curfew — and then offers mixers for the next two hours. Which means there’s a run at the bottles before 2 a.m. It’s a strategy that keeps the party going until closing.”
See the article here: Getting Down . . . In An Upscale Way
In May of 2000, the Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel reported in a May 26 article, Victim wins award in botched liposuction, that a judge’s assistant was awarded a $1 million malpractice verdict against abortion doctor Celina Poy-Wing who reportedly botched her liposuction in 1998.
The article notes that a Broward County jury decided that the surgery by Dr. Celina Poy-Wing caused nerve damage, numbness, burning and discolored skin on the abdomen and hips of her patient, Nancy Williams.
Williams’s suit claimed that Poy-Wing took out too much fat and operated too close to the skin and blamed the poor care on the fact that Poy-Wing had just learned to do liposuction at a weekend seminar in spring 1997, according to the woman’s attorney.