Atrocity committed by a Kanpur hospital on the patient

Amar Ujala Network, Kanpur

Published by: Dushyant Sharma
Updated Fri, Apr 30, 2021 1:49 AM IST

The greed for money has not stopped the arbitrariness of the hospital doctors. Corona patient was only admitted to Non Kovid Hospital Arogya Hospital and Surgical on New Shivli Road. He was treated for eight days. Family members claim that the bill of Rs 3.30 lakh was passed in plain paper. The patient was not allowed to be taken for 24 hours if he was not paying. Later a Daroga from Kalyanpur entered a settlement for 1.62 lakhs. The family could then take the patient to another hospital for treatment.Dilip Kumar Rawat (42), a resident of Rura in the Kanpur countryside, is an employee at Vivekananda Village Industries Degree College in Dibiyapur. Brother-in-law Durgesh Verma said Dileep had a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing for many days. On April 21, he was taken to Dhanvantari Hospital in Naubasta and examined by corona’s antigen. The report turned negative, but after looking at the CT scan the doctors told him to be a patient from Corona and asked him to be admitted to a covid hospital. He then went to many government and private hospitals, but no beds were found anywhere.

Durgesh said a broker admitted the patient to the intensive care unit at Arogya Hospital around 1:30 p.m. on the night of the 21st. 40,000 rupees were deposited upon recruitment. Thereafter 44,000 more deposited. 15 to 20,000 drugs were requested every day. The patient was discharged on Wednesday. The 3.30 lakhs bill was trapped in plain paper by not issuing a discharge certificate.

It is alleged that the patient could not be taken because he did not give the money. He sat in a chair in front of the hospital until Thursday afternoon. At the same time, the hospital management says that he did not have a corona. There was difficulty breathing. Said even the lumberjacks got their hands on the recipe. Only computer-aided invoices are created here.

The greed for money has not stopped the arbitrariness of the hospital doctors. Corona patient was only admitted to Non Kovid Hospital Arogya Hospital and Surgical on New Shivli Road. He was treated for eight days. The family claims that the bill of Rs 3.30 lakh was handed over in plain paper. The patient could not be taken for 24 hours for non-payment of the money. Later a Daroga from Kalyanpur entered a settlement for 1.62 lakhs. Then the family could take the patient to another hospital for treatment.

Dilip Kumar Rawat (42), a resident of Rura in the Kanpur countryside, is an employee at Vivekananda Village Industries Degree College in Dibiyapur. Brother-in-law Durgesh Verma said Dileep had a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing for many days. On April 21, he was taken to Dhanvantari Hospital in Naubasta and examined by corona’s antigen. The report turned negative, but after looking at the CT scan, doctors said he should be a patient from Corona and asked to be admitted to a covid hospital. He then went to many government and private hospitals, but no beds were found anywhere.

Durgesh said a broker admitted the patient to the intensive care unit at Arogya Hospital around 1:30 p.m. on the night of the 21st. 40,000 rupees were deposited upon recruitment. Thereafter 44,000 more deposited. Between 15 and 20,000 medicines were requested every day. The patient was discharged on Wednesday. The 3.30 lakhs bill was trapped in plain paper by not issuing a discharge certificate.

It is alleged that the patient could not be taken because he did not give the money. He sat in a chair in front of the hospital until Thursday afternoon. At the same time, the hospital management says that he did not have a corona. There was difficulty breathing. It is said that the timbers also did the bill on a prescription from their own hands. Only computer-aided invoices are created here.

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