WashPost talks about how religious beliefs affects treatment decisions:
Patients around the country describe similar experiences — being shocked, judged, humiliated, frightened and angered when they have encountered health-care workers who are overt in some religious beliefs.
Sometimes providers proselytize gay or unmarried patients but do provide care. Sometimes they refuse to fill prescriptions for birth control or morning-after pills but refer patients elsewhere. Other times they refuse to treat them at all.