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Medical Superintendents Demanded Explanation on Pathetic Condition of Delhi Hopsitals

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on March 28, 2015 at 7:07 AM
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 Medical Superintendents Demanded Explanation on Pathetic Condition of Delhi Hopsitals

During a surprise visit to Baba Saheb Ambedkar Hospital in Rohini and Babu Jagjivan Ram Hospital in Jahangirpuri; Satyendra Jain, Delhi Health Minister, noticed the pathetic condition of hygiene and sanitation at both the hospitals. The minister has sought explanations within a week from the medical superintendents of both hospitals on the pathetic state of affairs in their institutions.

A government press release said, "It was brought to the notice of the minister that these top officials at both the hospitals were inaccessible and unavailable even during emergency." On Monday night, Jain went around the hospital and spoke to patients and their attendants. Post his visit, he sought explanation from both the medical superintendents on their professional lapses.


Jain said, "The Delhi government would strictly implement a policy of zero tolerance towards the lax attitude in providing quality healthcare to the patients. Insensitivity and careless attitude of those responsible for managing hospitals in Delhi will not be tolerated."

Source: Medindia


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