GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS

  • Are government-run health camps putting lives at risk? November 11, 2014

    In a case of sheer medical negligence, eight women have died after undergoing sterilisation surgeries at a camp on the outskirts of Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh. CNN-IBN asks whether the government-run health camps are putting lives at risk. ...
  • FTN: Are ICUs becoming causes of death? December 5, 2012

    Five patients at the Intensive Care Unit of Sushruta Trauma Centre in Delhi died after the oxygen supply to their ventilator was allegedly stopped. ...
  • Bulandshahr hospital shocker: Hospital staff stage protest July 12, 2012

    The Chief Medical Superintendent of the district hospital in Bulandshahr, Shishir Kumar, has been shifted out. ...
  • 'Ward boys doubling up as doctors isn't uncommon' July 11, 2012

    Dr Devi Shetty from Narayan Hrudalaya admits that the Indian healthcare system is facing an acute shortage of qualified doctors and other medical staff. ...
  • I assist doctors in treating patients: UP sweeper July 11, 2012

    A sweeper has been caught on camera attending to patients in the emergency ward of a government hospital in Ballia. ...
  • UP hospital ward boys, technicians perform doctor's work July 10, 2012

    The government hospital in Bulandshehar has 23 trained doctors, but authorities say during emergencies they use everyone available. ...
  • I didn't administer stitches: UP hospital ward boy July 10, 2012

    The ward boy of a UP government hospital was caught on camera administering stitches. ...
  • Sweeper as doctor: IMA 'waiting for probe report' July 10, 2012

    The Indian Medical Association on Tuesday said it condemned the incident in a UP government hospital where a sweeper was allegedly caught givings stitches to a patient. ...
  • CJ Exposes Pathetic Condition of Govt Hospital November 19, 2011

    Samar Gupta captures the poor state of a hospital and the callous behaviour of its staff in a hospital in Alwar ...
  • Pregnancy deaths in Jodhpur March 11, 2011

    15 women have died so far after childbirth, authorities are still clueless about the cause of deaths. ...
  • Heathcare in India: Govt hospitals understaffed April 28, 2009

    Healthcare in India is a State issue, it's a citizen's constitutional right. But even after 62 years of independence, 65 per cent of our population does not have access to modern medicine. The government hospitals are understaffed and contrast it with private healthcare, a billion rupee industry is unregulated and...