Infant death Medical council suspends licence of Apollo docs for 3 months

  • | Saturday | 9th November, 2019

Kolkata: The West Bengal Medical Council (WBMC) has passed an order to suspend the licence of three doctors of Apollo Gleneagles Hospital for a period of three months, owing to medical negligence. A four-month-old child had died in April, 2017, following which her parents had alleged medical negligence. On April 15, Kuheli was shifted to Apollo Gleneagles Hospital near Kadapara on Eastern Metropolitan Bypass for colonoscopy. But the hospital authorities claimed that there was no negligence on their and the doctors' part. The commission had also instructed Apollo authorities to pay Rs 30 lakh as compensation to Kuheli's family.

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