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Loot in corporate hospitals – M.A. Khan writes to Telangana CM and MCI

Hyderabad: Congress MP of Rajya Sabha, Mr. M.A. Khan made a complaint to CM of Telangana State and Medical Council of India and said that he would raise this issue in Rajya Sabha on 26th April. Talking to newsmen yesterday in Assembly premises in Hyderabad, Mr. Khan told that the private hospitals have nothing like humanity. He charged that corporate hospitals have changed the noble profession of health into business. He said that his wife had fever and dysentery. He took her to Yashoda Hospital, Malakpet. He had already contacted the doctor of the Parliament. The management of Yashoda Hospital asked him to deposit Rs. 25000 in advance. When he showed his CGHS Health Card, they did not accept it. Despite this she was admitted after paying Rs. 15000 as advance. He had already told the doctor that she had only fever and dysentery and all the pathological tests have already been done 8 days back and everything is normal. However, doctors unnecessarily got her HIV, Brain, Kidney and other tests. When his wife refused to get these tests done, she was threatened danger to her life. The second day, when he went to hospital, he was surprised to get a bill of Rs. 25000. He has already made a complaint to the petition committee of Rajya Sabha and also lodged a complaint 10 days back with the CM of Telangana.

If this is the attitude of the management of a corporate hospital with an MP, we can understand how the poor people are treated in these hospitals. He also told that he has also made a complaint with the technical committee of Medical Council of India. He will raise objections in Rajya Sabha on 26th April against the looting of corporate hospitals.

–Siasat News