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The family alleged that the hospital was operating without licence and the patients were being treated by its staff impersonating as doctors.
A fire broke out in a hospital here on Saturday, a fire officer said, adding that one patient received minor burn injuries and was shifted to another hospital.
The family is seeking justice for their baby - who was wrongly declared dead on November 30 by the private facility.
(Eds: Adding babies father's quotes, protest details) New Delhi, Dec 21 (PTI) The family of the twin babies, one of whom was wrongly declared dead b...
Another case of alleged medical negligence has come to light, this time from BKL hospital in Karol Bagh area.
On November 30, doctors had declared the 22-week-old premature baby dead at the hospital and handed over the body to parents in a polythene bag along with his stillborn twin brother.
Newborn baby wrongly declared dead: Delhi hospital can lose licence if found guilty, says Health Minister
Parents were earlier told by the hospital that their premature twins were stillborn, and were handed to them in a polythene bag, but just before their last rites, one of them was found to be alive.
The decision was taken following a meeting between a delegation of the Association and senior officials of the Delhi Health Department.
The Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital admits more than 250 patients daily with a budget of Rs 350 crore per annum.
The medical superintendents have been asked to prepare status reports on stock of medicines, diagnostic equipments, which will be reviewed in the meeting, a Delhi government spokesperson said.
Last month, Delhi Medical Council found two doctors guilty of negligence leading to the death of Dr Anamika Ray and directed that their names be removed from the State Medical Register for 15 days.
Hospitals like Safdarjung, Sir Ganga Ram, Ram Manohar Lohia and Lok Nayak Hospital have reported almost 25-30 per cent increase in patients in the out-patients departments.
The toddler was on basic life support system but the ambulance ran out of fuel and developed some snag and he died on the way.
The report also highlighted the issue of inadequate staff in forensic medicine departments and mortuaries of some hospitals.