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Seven Noida hospitals face actions for pregnant girl’s loss of life – Home Health Choices

NOIDA: The medical superintendent of the district hospital in Noida has been shunted out and motion ordered in opposition to a nurse and a ward staffer for laxity that led to the loss of life of a pregnant girl final week, the Gautam Buddh Nagar administration mentioned on Tuesday.

Lapses have additionally been discovered on the a part of two different state-run hospitals – the ESIC in Noida and the Government Institute of Medical Sciences (GIMS) in Greater Noida – and personal hospitals-Shivalik, Sharda, Fortis and Max (in Ghaziabad)- it mentioned in an announcement.

Action has been really helpful in opposition to the erring officers and staffers of those hospitals, in line with the assertion.

Accompanied by her husband Vijender, eight-month pregnant Neelam (30) had died in an ambulance in Greater Noida after a frantic 13-hour hospital hunt failed to seek out her a mattress as over half-a-dozen services, together with three authorities ones, denied her remedy final Friday.

The incident dropped at the fore the difficulty of medical negligence and unavailability of care in the course of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, whilst politicians latched on to it to slam the BJP-led state authorities.

The National Human Rights Commission on Monday had issued a discover to the UP authorities over media stories of medical apathy to the pregnant girl.

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