Doctor Sultana also requested the local police for help, but he did not get any help. The woman Corona Warrier also accused the hospital of disorder and said that she was a patient of diabetes.
- Doctor also accused of misbehavior in hospital
- Calls for help from police, disappointment came
In view of increasing cases of infection with the corona virus, the government has also started treatment in some private hospitals. The government has also set the maximum rate for treatment in private hospitals, but the private hospitals are not taking the name of arbitrary pause. Now a woman doctor of a government hospital in Telangana has fallen victim to the arbitrariness of the private hospital.
Sultana Corona, a civil surgeon posted at a government hospital in Hyderabad, got herself infected with a corona infection while treating the infected. She was in isolation at home since the corona test reported positive on June 24. On 2 July, he had admitted himself to a private hospital after having difficulty in breathing. Dr. Sultana remained in the hospital for 30 hours. When she was discharged, the hospital paid a bill of about one and a half million.
The lady doctor also debated seeing the bill. The hospital allowed him to leave the hospital only after depositing Rs 1.20 lakh. Doctor Sultana also requested the local police for help, but he did not get any help. The woman Corona Warrior also accused the hospital of disorder and said that she was a patient of diabetes.
Another case Related to Arbitrariness of Private Hospital
At the same time, another case related to arbitrariness of private hospital has also come up in Begumpet. Mohammad Abbas died on 4 June while undergoing treatment at a hospital in Begumpet. Even after Abbas’s death, the hospital paid a bill of 10.5 lakh to the next of kin. The hospital also stopped Abbas’s body. Financially weak families have demanded strict action from the government.
MLC Ramchandra Rao of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alleged that the government was not doing much testing. Private hospitals have been allowed to collect arbitrary fees in the name of corona virus. At the same time, MBT spokesperson Amjadullah Khan alleged that government hospitals have completely failed to gain public confidence due to the flaws in the system. Private hospitals are robbing patients.