Indian Hospital Loses Operation Licence After Declaring Infant Dead

Max Hospital

Indian Hospital Loses Operation Licence After Declaring Infant Dead

Jain said last month they had issued notice to the Max Super Specialty Hospital, Shalimar Bagh for problems in the treatment of patients under the EWS (Economically Weaker Section) category.

Sweepers and wardboys too raised slogans against the Delhi government for cancelling the hospital's licence, a senior police official said, adding that it was peaceful and no one was detained.

Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain had yesterday told media persons that license of Max Hospital in Shalimar Bagh has been cancelled for their negligence in the newborn death case. The affected patients are been complaining that alternative arrangements should be made if the hospital is being shut.

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The hospital authorities had terminated services of two doctors in the case.

The boy's shocked grandfather Praveen Malik told CNN that they noticed "some movements" inside the bag containing the babies' bodies. "Investigation against the concerned doctors or staff is expected but why should all other departments and the hospital suffer", DMA's Ashwini Goyal said. The move came after a three-member inquiry panel submitted its final report to Health Minister Satyendar Jain, who described the incident as "not acceptable".

However, the hospital is not allowed to admit any new patients from now onwards, he opined. The baby, meanwhile, remains critical at a nursing home in Pitampura.

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The Indian Medical Association (IMA) termed the cancellation of licence "too harsh a step".

IMA President K K Aggarwal, a cardiologist, said the government decision was "not in the interest of the society". The government has taken a wrong decision. "We believe that even if there is an individual error of judgment, holding the hospital responsible is unfair and will severely limit the ability for patients to access treatment", the company said in a statement.

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