11 Jan '18, 5pm

Air Force nurse refused to provide contraception to patients on religious grounds

“If the AFI states she’s able to not prescribe birth control, that’s fine,” Prochaska said. “If they are able to accommodate her religious beliefs, I think that’s great. We’re mostly frustrated with the clinic staff’s inability to relay this information for people when they call to make appointments, and refusal to give people referrals off-base if they are uncomfortable with a family practitioner handling specialty issues. If I’m having issues with my joints or any other organ in my body, they’re going to refer me to a specialist, and I see this as no different.”

Full article: https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/your-air-force/2018/01...

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