Vandalism incident in Global Hospital shakes medical fraternity

The incident of vandalism at the Global Hospital has shook the entire medical fraternity.

Published: 26th December 2018 06:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th December 2018 06:46 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD:  The incident of vandalism at the Global Hospital has shook the entire medical fraternity. Condemning the act and demanding action against the persons involved in ransacking the hospital, the members of Indian Medical Association (IMA) from Telangana, Telangana Junior Doctors Association, Healthcare Reforms Doctors Association (HRDA) and other organisations comprising nurses and specialists are planning to convene on Wednesday regarding the issue. 

Though a message stating that the doctors of the Global Hospital would stage protest on Wednesday afternoon was circulated on Whatsapp, the administration claimed there would be no such protest. However, the hospital officials maintained that they have not detected any medical negligence in case of the Shameen Begum’s death as of Tuesday night. 

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  • Lyby

    Medical treatment is a scientific treatment with no guarantee of cure. But this is not acceptable to vandalise a hospital in case of noncure or death because of treatment. You can go to court for negligence & fight legaIly.If any person wants free treatment better to a govt hospital & wait for your turn. Every one expect a Pvt hospital to treat 5-star like facility for a charity. Which is not possible.
    7 months ago reply
  • manish

    the anger shown by the members of the family are completely prohibited by the laws but sill laws officers are unable to enforce the laws...what the politicians are doing................and their subordinates is not a secret game anymore..
    7 months ago reply
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