Today’s Women Medical Center
3250 South Dixie Highway
Miami, FL 33133
A Eve’s Clinic and Referral Service
3900 Northwest 79th Avenue #575
Miami, FL 33166
Eve of Kendall
8603 S Dixie Highway Ste 102
Miami FL 33143
80 Palm Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
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Born in Chelyabinsk, Russia. Vladimir Rosenthal is the husband of Mira Rosenthal. “A Eve” maybe reference to Mira’s first name. They are Russian Jews who likely fled Soviet anti-Semitic policy. Also listed as “Vlad Van Rosenthal.”
YOB: June 1951
Speaks: Creole, Spanish, Russian
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In 1990, the Miami Herald interviewed former employees of the South Florida Today’s Women’s Medical Center abortion clinic.
The employees told the newspaper that they were fired when clinic owner Vladimar Rosenthal heard that they were on the phone complaining to the National Abortion Federation (NAF) about the conditions at the clinic. Rosenthal’s clinic was reportedly a member of NAF at the time.
Employees told the Herald that Vladimir, the owner (a male doctor) and Hill, the male nurse anesthetist were often alone with the female patients. When the state inspected the clinic they found several revealing photographs of females in the possession of the male nurse at the clinic.
The Florida Medical Board passed a disciplinary action against male abortion clinic nurse Barry A. Hill, who was employed at the Today’s Woman Medical Center, a South Florida abortion clinic chain owned by abortionist Dr. Vladimar Rosenthal. On October 26, 1989 Florida’s Department of Health and Human Services inspector Diane Robie discovered two envelopes in the abortion clinic containing pictures of several women undressed with their legs apart. According to State Medical Board reports the perineal area was the focal point of the photographer. Hill, the abortion clinic’s anesthetist, claimed ownership of the photographs.
Former employees of the abortion clinic spoke to the Miami Herald where they stated they saw Hill fondling the breasts of several female patients while they were under anesthesia.
Employee, Denise Fong Choy told the Florida Department of Professional Regulations (case # 89-010853) investigators that she was hired as a counselor at the South Dixie Highway clinic. She said she was fired after one and a half years of employment after becoming very concerned about the liabilities for doing certain procedures without licensed personnel in attendance.
She called the National Abortion Federation and was overheard by someone at the clinic. She claims that when Rosenthal found out about the call, he fired her.
Neat Rodriguez was also an employee of Rosenthal’s at the Today’s Women abortion clinic. She was NOT a high school graduate and had been hired by Rosenthal to in her words, “do everything” at the clinic.
She was also overheard complaining to the National Abortion Federation about Rosenthal and she claims that is why he fired her as well.