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Top Delhi hospitals become mosquitoe breeding grounds during monsoons
India Today

After dengue, Chikungunya cases spike in national capital

After Delhi reported a spike in dengue patients, there has also been a spurt in Chikungunya cases. India Today, 2 days ago
Chikungunya goes viral in capital Times of India, 1 week ago

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The Hindu

Patient dies due to traffic diversion in Delhi

A 50-year-old man died on way to hospital here on Saturday because his vehicle had to take a long detour due to diversions caused by Independence Day preparations, his family said.Kailash Chandra of Gandhi Nagar in east Delhi suffered a heart attack around ...
 Prokerala1 week ago Patient Dies On His Way To Hospital Due To Traffic Diversion In Delhi  NDTV1 week ago Independence Day restrictions hold up traffic, heart patient dies  HT Syndication1 week ago I-Day security curbs 'kill' 45-yr-old in Delhi  Times of India1 week ago

AMRIT outlet to dispense affordable cancer, heart related drugs opens at Safdarjung

New Delhi, Aug 13 (UNI) Aimed at reducing the astronomical expenditure incurred by patients on treatment of cancer and heart diseases, an AMRIT outlet which will sell a range of drugs at highly discounted rates has opened in the heart
 United News of India1 week ago Nadda inaugrates AMRIT outlet at Safdarjung hospital  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Nadda inaugurates AMRIT outlet at Safdarjung Hospital  Times of India2 weeks ago PTI - NADDA - Nadda inaugurates AMRIT outlet at Safdarjung Hospital  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Deaths at state-run Hyderbad hospital not due to power cut: Govt

New Delhi : The death of 21 patients at a state-run hospital in Hyderabad in July "cannot be attributed" to power failure, the government on Friday said in the Lok Sabha. The Telangana government has constituted a team of three engineers to ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Deaths at state-run Hyd hospital not due to power cut: Govt  Times of India2 weeks ago PTI - LSQ-DEATHS - Deaths at state-run Hyd hospital not due to power cut: Govt  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Delay in EWS surgery: HC seeks reply

New Delhi: The Delhi high court on Friday sought a reply from AIIMs on the petition of a brain tumour patient seeking speedy and free medical treatment. It also suggested that AIIMS can utilise beds reserved for poor people in private hospitals by ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Brain tumour patient get Aug. 2018 surgery date at AIIMS, moves HC  The Hindu2 weeks ago Inhuman: AIIMS gives surgery date in 2018 to woman with brain tumour, woman moves Delhi HC  India Today2 weeks ago

High court asks govt to help Pakistani patient

Health & Lifestyle Hindustan Times Newspapers New Delhi, Aug. 3 -- The Delhi HC on Tuesday asked the health ministry and a private hospital to consider the plea of a Pakistani national, whose husband is battling for life due to kidney and liver ...
 HT Syndication3 weeks ago HEALTH SCAN: WORKOUTS CAN HELP YOU FIGHT SCHIZOPHRENIA  HT Syndication1 week ago Consider plea of Pakistani ailing man's wife: HC to Ministry  New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago
Indian Express

PTI - HC-AIIMS - AIIMS can use EWS beds in pvt hospitals by referring patients there: HC

HC-AIIMS - AIIMS can use EWS beds in pvt hospitals by referring patients there: HC Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. New Delhi, Aug 12 (PTI) The Delhi High Court today observed that AIIMS can utilise the beds reserved for poor people in private ...
 Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago AIIMS can use EWS beds in pvt hospitals by referring patients there: Delhi HC  Indian Express2 weeks ago

Delhi govt doctors go on flash strike

Doctors at the Delhi government-run Deep Chand BandhuHospital went on a flash strike for two hours after a patient's attendant attacked a resident doctor on Saturday morning. A patient suffering from a heart attack died at the hospital emergency within one ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Patients harassed due to 5 -hours strike in Safdarjung  HT Syndication3 weeks ago Attacked by patient's kin, doctors strike work  Deccan Herald1 month ago Patients suffer as resident docs, nurses go on strike  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Mentally-ill patients to be housed in 5 halfway homes

New Delhi, Aug 8 (PTI) Mentally-ill patients will finally be housed in five halfway homes in the city and the Delhi government has directed a "reluctant" Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) to run these facilities. At present, ...
 Press Trust of India2 weeks ago Delhi to get five rehab homes for mentally ill  HT Syndication2 weeks ago PTI - DELHI-HOMES - Mentally-ill patients to be housed in 5 halfway homes  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago
The Hawk

One doctor available for 893 patients: Govt

New Delhi: There is one doctor for every 893 patients in the country if allopathic doctors and those practising Ayurveda, Unani and Homeopathy streams are considered together, Lok Sabha was informed today. In a written reply, Minister of State ...
 Asia Insurance Post2 weeks ago There is one doctor for 893 patients: Govt  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago Only one doctor available to tend t…  The Hawk3 weeks ago India has one doctor per 893 patients: Delhi Health Minister's reply on WHO report  Indian Express3 weeks ago
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