Only one, Hermina, a specialist maternity hospital, said it did not perform sunat perempuan.
As children were hoisted on to desks I realised with a jolt: this is an assembly line.
Abortion is illegal, and hardline edicts controlling what women wear and do are steadily creeping into local by-laws.
A common myth is that it is largely "symbolic", involving no genital damage.
The new guidelines say doctors should "make a small cut on the frontal part of the clitoris, without harming the clitoris".
Local clerics were condemning the city's "western-style spiritual pollution".
She could well be married, or at least betrothed.
When Yarsi University researchers interviewed girls aged 15-18 for their 2010 study, they found many were traumatised when they learned their genitals had been cut during childhood.