I had a similar example in my head - we would provide healthcare for someone who had killed someone, and been subsequently injured themselves. The professionals might not feel too great about helping someone they dislike but they get the job done regardless.
Learning there were staff who refuse to work with post-abortion patients was surprising to me. I'm impressed we have found some kind of a work around but it seems like a pretty big flaw in ones work capabilities where they are suddenly rendered incapable when presented with a patient like this. I wonder how far it extends, if a patient entered into an emergency state post-abortion and said staff was the only person available - surely they would just have to provide the help.