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Delhi hospitals may lose licences for n... Delhi hospitals may lose licences for not treating dying children
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Bouncers will guard doctors from public

Delhi government is taking this step to prevent attacks on doctors by livid family members of patients. The Delhi government has provided 12-15 bouncers or professional body guards to the Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya (CNBC) to ensure the safety ... Sunday Guardian Live, 4 days ago
Delhi govt mulls 'doctors on call' for govt hospitals Press Trust of India, 8 minutes ago
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Diabetes triggers oral infections

New Delhi, May 1 (IANS) With the rise in number of diabetics in India due to sedentary lifestyle, dentists have urged patients to take special care of oral hygiene as it has been found that the disease can trigger various oral infections.
 News Chennai Online1 month ago BD India Recognized Amongst the Best Healthcare Brands in the Country  Pocket News Alert.com2 days ago Eye Q super speciality hospital gets national award for excellenc...  India Blooms23 hours ago Mumbai, NCR lead health insurance claims from diabetics  Economic Times2 months ago
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The Hindu

Delhi runs out of HIV test kits; patients turned away

Since March this year, testing centres, even at premier hospitals such as Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), have been forced to turn away patients as the kits are not available, the Delhi State AIDS Control ...
 The Hindu2 months ago In India, hospitals are learning to handle cancer patients with extra care  Hindustan Times19 hours ago
NDTV

Delhi Hospitals To Provide Subsidised Treatment To Northeast Patients

More than 11 lakh people from the northeast are either working in private sectors or studying in Delhi and the National Capital Region. Itanagar: Thirty-two Delhi hospitals have agreed to provide subsidised treatment to the people of the ...
 NDTV1 day ago Delhi hospitals to give medical concessions to NE people  The Statesman1 day ago Delhi hospitals to subsidise treatment  Assam Tribune1 day ago Del hosps to provide subsidised treatment to NE ppl  Press Trust of India2 days ago
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32 city hospitals to give subsidy to NE patients

New Delhi: People from the north-eastern states belonging to the economically weaker sections will now be able to avail subsidised treatment at 32 hospitals in the capital. The initiative has been taken in a reach-out programme by the Delhi Police ...
 Times of India1 day ago
Indiatimes

Fortis Hospital, Delhi sacks five staffers after they opearted upon a wrong leg of a patient

In a brazen incident of medical negligence, doctors at Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, Delhi, operated on the wrong leg of a 24-year-old man, Ravi Rai, instead of the injured one. The incident took place on Monday. The doctors who operated on ...
 International Business Times India1 week ago Patient wakes up horrified after doctors operated on left leg instead of right  Kicker Daily News5 days ago Fortis gets notice for wrong op  New Delhi Pioneer6 days ago Fortis Hospital dismisses five staffers following botched up ope...  India Blooms6 days ago
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United News of India

Delhi: Hospital under fire after surgeon operates on patient's wrong leg

 Indian Express1 week ago Fortis doctors cripple man, insert rods in fit leg  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago 143 plaints this year so far  New Delhi Pioneer6 days ago Doctors operate on wrong leg of patient, FIR registered against Fortis hospital  United News of India1 week ago
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97 Per Cent Diseases Of Patients Cured At Mohalla Clinics: Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal described mohalla clinics as a product of the AAP government's efforts to usher in a "radical change" in the city's health sector. (File photo) New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today termed the ...
 NDTV2 days ago PTI - KEJRIWAL-CLINICS - 97 pc diseases of patients cured at mohalla clinics: Kejriwal  Namibia Press Agency2 days ago CM terms Mohalla clinic a big hit  New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago 97 per cent patients cured at mohalla clinics: Arvind Kejriwal  Asian Age2 days ago
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HEALTH SCAN: DIABETES RAISES RISK OF DYING FROM HEART ATTACK

Education Health & Lifestyle Hindustan Times Newspapers New Delhi, June 26 -- Diabetes patients are about 50% more likely to die from the effects of a heart attack, according to a study by University of Leeds researchers, who tracked 700,000 ...
 HT Syndication4 days ago Health Minister JP Nadda launches diabetes campaign  ZeeNews.com1 week ago Yoga can help control non-communicable diseases: Health Minister JP Nadda  Firstpost.com1 week ago Health minister launches diabetes campaign  Yahoo! India1 week ago
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Delhi doctors undergo crash course at IIM-A

In an attempt to make Delhi government hospitals patient-friendly, the government dispatched 35 medical superintendents to the Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad for a crash course in leadership skills from June 20-25. The doctors were taught Dr. Atul ...
 The Hindu2 days ago
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