After Fortis, Medanta Hospital Fees Rs 17 Lakh For 7-YO’s Therapy Who Died After 22 Days


Even because the controversy round Fortis Hospital in Gurugram allegedly overcharging the household of a 7-year-old dengue affected person refuses to die down, one other comparable case has surfaced.

This time, one other Gurugram hospital, Medanta has been accused  overcharging a seven year-old affected person, DNA has reported.

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In response to the report, the affected person, Saurya Pratap was below therapy within the hospital for 22 days.

Identical to within the case of Adya Singh, the kid misplaced his life after being discharged from the hospital. 

Saurya Pratap died in Delhi’s RML hospital on Sunday, inside two days of being discharged.

In response to the household, which initially hails from Gwalior, they didn’t wish to admit their baby in Medanta however was taken there by an ambulance driver.

Medanta Hospital

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“I wished to confess my baby to Sir Gangaram Hospital however the ambulance man insisted on taking my baby to Medanta, as they stated the therapy could be higher there. Having no alternative, we agreed,” Surya Pratap’s father Gopendra Singh stated. 

They even alleged that the medical doctors could not establish the boy’s situation and stored on prescribing medical exams after exams, which didn’t present any consequence.

With three weeks passing and the medical invoice piling up the household which needed to mortgage their home and borrow cash, determined to shift the boy who had respiratory troubles to RML, the place he died two days later.

Medanta Hospital

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The household declare that the hospital stored them there with false guarantees, saying that they would scale back the quantity of the ultimate invoice. However within the last invoice there was solely a reduction of Rs 20,000.

The hospital nonetheless in an announcement stated, “Our payments are completely clear, anybody can come and test them.”

The newest incident comes at the same time as a authorities panel is probing the allegations levelled towards Fortis hospital after the loss of life of seven-year-old Adya Singh, which the household say was a case of improper therapy, a cost which the medical doctors have rejected.


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