The minister said a probe had found the hospital guilty of criminal negligence in the case of the infant declared dead. This was due to a government panel finding that the hospital did not adhere to norms regarding newborn infants.
Delhi's local government on Friday cancelled the licence of a hospital that mistakenly declared a live infant dead a week ago. The affected patients are been complaining that alternative arrangements should be made if the hospital is being shut.
Jain said, "As Chief Minister (Arvind Kejriwal) had said that the private hospitals can function in the city but they have to conform to guidelines".
Delhi police on December 3sent a notice to the hospital on the issue of medical negligence, following which, the hospital terminated the services of two doctors, Dr AP Mehta and Dr Vishal Gupta on December 4.
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On the way to the cremation, the family discovered that the baby boy was still breathing.
The boy was moved to the Delhi New Born Center but could not be saved.
A day after cancelling its license, Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain on Saturday said Max Hospital in the national capital had become a "habitual offender" and the government had "no option" but to revoke its permit. The baby was then admitted in North Delhi's Agarwal Nursing Home, but died on Wednesday.
According to the government, indoor patients already admitted in the hospital would be given a choice by the hospital to continue treatment there or be transferred or shifted to another hospital of their choice. The IMA yesterday termed the cancellation of the licence "too harsh a step". IMA president and senior cardiologist KK Aggarwal said, "I personally feel it was wrong". The government has taken a wrong decision. "We had no option but to cancel their license", Jain said.