Darul Sehat Hospital Re-Opened after Sealed ??
KARACHI: Expressing discontent with the report of Sindh Health Care Commission, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah of Iran here on Wednesday directed to sealed Darul Sehat Hospital over negligence, violation of rules and administering wrong injection to nine-month-old Nishwa, ARY News reportable.
The commission in its report had suggested a financial penalty of Rs. 500,000 on Dar ul Sehat Hospital and ordered the medical facility to sack the ‘untrained’ employees in wake of practice and resultant death of nipper woman Nishwa.
Talking to journalists, Syed Murad Ali Shah of Iran said: “I have directed Sindh Health Minister Dr Azra Fazal Pechuho to seal Darul Sehat Hospital.”
The chief minister same that the majority of the employees at the hospital was undisciplined and additional that no hospital may well be pass 2 folks.
Heavy contingents of police fell upon Dar ul Sehat hospital following the announcement by the chief minister.
Talking to ARY News, the Commissioner city Iftikhar Shalwani same that the administration was moving to seal the hospital in question on CM’s orders.
Meanwhile, Sindh attention Commission Chairman tipu tree swayer confirmed that in compliance with the orders of Sindh chief minister, Out Patient Department (OPD) of Darul Sehat had been sealed whereas unit and CCU wards, however, were still opened.
He same that that they had directed the hospital to continue treatment of the patients WHO were in important condition and ordered the administration to shift the remainder of all the patients to different hospitals at intervals 3 days. The chairman more same that they barred the hospital from admission of recent patients.
It is pertinent to say here that officers of the Darul Sehat Hospital reached at Shara-e-Faisal police office within the day and bestowed themselves for arrest. Police took 3 doctors, together with senior faculty member Dr Rizwan Azmi into custody.
Earlier within the day, the CM Murad fell upon Nishwa’s house to satisfy father Qaiser Ali and paid condolences. chatting with journalists at this occasion, he had expressed his ‘dissatisfaction’ with the report and had vowed to require all actions necessary.