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Won't tolerate open loot, negligence by private hospitals: Arvind Kejriwal

09 Décembre 2017

Employees of Max Hospital here, whose licence was cancelled by the Delhi government, burned effigies of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Health Minister Satyendar Jain outside the hospital on Saturday afternoon, police said.

A premature baby who was "mistakenly" declared dead by doctors in India's capital Delhi has died in another hospital where he was being treated.

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.

The preliminary report submitted by the three-member panel had found several lapses by the hospital, which had not followed the medical norms.

Earlier on Friday, announcing the decision, Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain told media, "We can not tolerate criminal negligence of any sort".

"It (Max hospital) had become a habitual offender... And, it has been found guilty in those cases too".

According to the twins' grandfather, the stunned family rushed the newborn to a nearby hospital where they were told that their baby was still alive, local media reported.

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Jain further added that his government took the decision after proper consideration.

The mother of the twins was brought to Max hospital from a nursing home in Paschim Vihar.

The newborn died on Wednesday after being in intensive care unit (ICU) for less than a week.

"On November 30, the baby was brought to the centre and were able to maintain his vitals for a few days".

Max Healthcare authorities released a statement saying, "We just learnt of the sad demise of the 23-week preterm baby, who was on ventilator support". While we understand that survival in extreme preterm births is rare, it is always painful for the parents and family.

"We can go to any extent to save our doctors if they are innocent", he added.

On Monday, the hospital had terminated the services of two of its doctors that were involved in declaring the baby dead.

Won't tolerate open loot, negligence by private hospitals: Arvind Kejriwal