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‘No private hospital will now harass any patient for money’

DNDEL12584 | 12/7/2017 | Author : Astha Saxena | WC :277 | Health

Gurugram: “A revolution has begun. No private hospital will now harass any patient for money,” said Jayant Singh, father of seven-year-old Adya Singh who was` declared dead on September 15 at Fortis Gurugram.
In the latest development, a committee formed by the Haryana Government has found criminal negligence on the part of the hospital, causing the death of a seven-year-old girl suffering from dengue.
The decision by the government has come as a relief to the parents who have been running from pillar to post to get justice for their daughter. “We are extremely thankful to the government for setting up an example for the other private hospitals. The money would not have mattered if our baby was discharged with good healt
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