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Delhi Govt. cancels Max Hospital’s license over Medical Negligence

December 8,2017:

He further added that,”Max Hospital is a habitual offender and also three notices were served earlier to it over lapses involving the EWS (Extremely Weaker Section) quota patients. And, it has been found guilty in those cases.”

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Delhi Government has cancelled license of the Max Hospital’s Shalimar Bagh unit after a premature baby was wrongly declared dead last week. The baby boy died on Thursday at a nursing home in Pitampura after battling for life for nearly a week.

Panel was formed by Delhi Government to look into the case found Hospital Administration Guilty of not following the prescribed medical norms in dealing with the newborn infants.

Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain stated that,”We have cancelled the license of Max Hospital Super Specialty Hospital, Shalimar Bagh for negligence in newborn death case which was unacceptable”.

On November 30, Ashish Kumar’s wife gave birth to premature twins (boy and girl) at the hospital. Both babies were declared as stillborn by Hospital and handed over to family allegedly in a polythene bag. But to their utter horror, family found that the boy was still alive, when they were on way to do their final rites”.

Family rushed the baby to a nearby nursing home situated in Pitampura, while mother remained at the Max Hospital as she was very weak.

Dr Sandeep Gupta, Director of Delhi Newborn Centre where the Baby Boy later died said that the baby died, as it was a losing battle from day one.


Aslam Khan, deputy commissioner of police (northwest), also confirmed the news.

However, Kumar has refused to take the body of his child, in an act of protest and demanded that the doctors of Max Hospital allegedly involved in the “medical negligence” in the case be arrested.


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