Your "Friendly" Pharmacist
More on pharmacists who refuse to fill/steal women's prescriptions, from Pandagon. Again, please make sure to read the comments [in particular, the one from James Joyner, the author of the Reason article.]
I'm still not sure how best to combat this problem, but I can tell you my take on the issue. Medical personnel should be able to refuse treatment if, and only if:
1) Referral to a competent substitute has been secured [by the medical professional who's doing the refusing, NOT the patient].
2) Circumstances permit. If they don't, the patient's medical needs trump the medical professional's beliefs, and care should be rendered.
Based on my experience [I've done both 1 and 2] what this all comes down to is this: your job as a medical professional is to render the best available care to your patients, not impose your Weltanschauung on them.
And on that moralistic note, a word from the most moral of us all, the Pharmacists for "Life" [quotes because it's not clear whose life these pharmacists are for]: their list of pharmacists and/or pharmacies pledging to abide by the PFLI [Pharmacists For Life International] Code of Ethics and aver they do not dispense any abortifacient drugs or devices, nor do they refer for the same.
Troubling when personal belief trumps reality. [Interesting comment: You may believe that Christ makes the morning-after pill immoral, but that doesn't mean you deny [its] existence.]