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St George Hospital morgue likely to be revamped soon

DNMUM416157 | 6/14/2018 | Author : Anagha Sawant | WC :322


With an aim to improve the facility of a morgue at St George’s Hospital in CST, a Colaba resident Renu Kapoor started an online petition #Dignityindeath at Kapoor recently met medical officials from state-run St George’s Hospital and officers from the state health departments.
Kapoor, along with other citizens under My Dream Colaba, was inspired to start the petition after looking at the poor infrastructure of the morgue in the hospital. She had visited the morgue last year, since her driver’s body was kept there for postmortem.
On June 5, last week, Kapoor had a meeting with St George Hospital’s medical authority and state’s health officers. They have assured her that the morgue will be revamped and doctors wil
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