In 1971, Dr. Bernard Rosenfeld began performing abortions during his medical internship in California. This experience would define his medical career and his commitment to women’s health and reproductive choice.
An as Obstetrician/Gynecologist, he recognizes his obligation to be there for his patients through all of their life experiences, including a crisis pregnancy. He has earned the respect and trust of his patients as well as the medical community.
His training and education make him uniquely qualified to provide compassionate medical care with concern for the physical and emotional well-being of his patient. Dr. Rosenfeld earned his medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston and a Doctorate in Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. He is on staff at Texas Women’s and St. Luke’s Hospitals in the Texas Medical Center and was an assistant professor at Baylor College of Medicine.
- OB/Gyn Residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital
- Medical Doctor Degree from Tufts University in Boston
- PhD in Psychology from University of Texas
Optimal medical care is a partnership between physician, patient and staff. It is based on mutual respect, trust and courtesy.
In the news…
Obstetrician-gynecologists are supposed to learn how to perform abortions as part of their four-year residency. That’s become much harder in Texas, which has lost more than 20 abortion clinics in the past few years. Read more on the Houston NPR Website.
When Hurricane Harvey Hit, Texas Abortion Providers Stepped Up
Sep 12, 2017 – At one Texas clinic, staff gave up their Labor Day holiday for patients who had scheduled abortions during the storm, and Whole Woman’s Health offered free abortions to those whose health care was disrupted by the weather.
Standing up for women’s rights in Texas
Heart Patient Gets Abortion Surgery Done In Houston Texas After Louisiana Doctors Refuse
“A pregnant woman with a failing heart received an abortion in a Texas hospital. Finally last week, the federation reached Bernard Rosenfeld, who agreed to perform the surgery.” — USA TODAY
“Nobody would let a daughter or sister take a 50% chance of dying.” — Dr. Rosenfeld