The incident took place a few days back, they said, adding that the woman was a "high risk" category patient as she was underweight and had low blood pressure.
The situation was brought under control after Mohapatra assured that an inquiry will be initiated within 15 days and stern action taken against doctors if found guilty.
It's not the first time that the Thiruvananthapuram Government Medical College Hospital has faced charges of negligence in the time of COVID-19
The incident took place on Monday morning at a private clinic, whose medical registration is yet to be verified, the police said, adding the clinic is located in Mamura area of the city.
The deceased identified as Dr Anoop Krishnan, the owner of Anoop Ortho Care Hospital in Kollam, hanged himself after cutting a nerve in his arm.
Acting on petition by human rights activist Radhakant Tripathy, NHRC sought ATR from the Principal Secretary of Health department.
Niels Hoegel injected patients with overdoses of heart medication and other drugs because he enjoyed the feeling of being able to resuscitate them.
Relatives rushed to the Panur Community Health Centre and asked the doctor to visit the house to attend the case. Citing COVID-19 guidelines, the doctor refused to visit the house, said a relative.
A private hospital in Kadayalumoodu area was sealed after relatives of a 12-year-old boy alleged that he died because of the negligence of the hospital management.
The commission sought a report within three weeks from the Director of Medical Education after three people lost their lives at the hospital on August 22.
A farmer who underwent treatment for Covid has complained that he lost action of his arm allegedly due to negligence of doctors.
Police said that there was a dispute between the family members and doctors, following which an FIR has been lodged by the family members.
Family members allege the child, who swallowed a coin, died due to denial of treatment
His family has lodged a complaint with the Principal of the medical college and Superintendent of the medical college hospital seeking a probe into the allegations against Dr Pauly T Joseph
The One Town Police, who registered a case on June 29, questioned the hospital staff, and on checking CCTV footage from the institute, found that Vasanta Rao’s body was in the mortuary.