The hospital said on Friday, an Idaho hospital, doctor's scarcity and "political climate" by referring to the workforce and delivery services will stop. "Extremely respected, talented doctors are going. It will be extraordinary difficult to hire the change," Bonner General Health in Sandpoint said in a .Said. Pregnant women using Bonner General, a 25 -bed hospital, will now have to go to Coeur d'Ene or hospitals or birth centers in Spocane to give birth. The hospital said that in 2022, doctors delivered 265 babies in Bonner General and accepted less than 10 pediatric patients. Following the Supreme Court's decision to overthrow Roe Wade, abortion bans added another challenge to the rural hospitals that struggled to keep their doors open and fully employed their facilities. Throughout the country, hospitals are at risk of risking alarm, staff or doctors with strict abortion laws.He said that he created an atmosphere to be perceived as ". Idaho has one of the most restrictive abortion bans in the country. According to theSociated Press, Idaho argued in a court opened in August 2022 to support the case of an abortion ban against an abortion ban. In a report last September, Pew found that Idaho was one of the six states that authorities could prosecute health service providers to abortion. "Idaho Legislative Assembly continues to promote and pass invoices that accuse the doctors for medical care known as a maintenance standard. The results for Idaho doctors who provide care standards may include civil lawsuit and criminal prosecution that leads to prison time or fines.. More comments from CBS News to the hospital were not returned on Saturday. In addition to the legal and political climate of Idaho, Bonner General also said "emotional and difficult decision" to stop labor and delivery services due to personnel shortage and changing demographic features. Since 2005, CECİL G. Sheps has closed or transformed at least 190 rural hospital operations according to the numbers compiled by the University of North Carolina by the University of North Carolina. "We have made every effort to avoid eliminating these services," Ford Elsaesser, the chairman of Bonner General Health, said, "We have made every effort to avoid eliminating these services.He continued "We hope to be an exception, but now it is impossible to overcome our difficulties." Usually residents in rural areas are left to last hundreds of miles to access health services.He published a study showing their miles.