The Delhi Government had canceled the hospital’s license earlier this month after the hospital declared one of the twins born here dead. The child survived for a week and subsequently died due to medical complications.
Max Hospital in Shalimar Bagh, Delhi, whose license was canceled by the Delhi government, resumed its operations from Wednesday after it got relief from the Court of Financial Commissioner.
A release issued by the hospital authorities said operations were being resumed following a stay order issued by the appropriate appellate authority to whom an appeal was made.
The release said: “We are fully focussed on providing quality care to all our patients and honoring our commitment to ensuring free treatment to the economically weaker sections of the society.”
The Delhi government canceled the hospital’s license earlier this month after the hospital declared one of the twins born dead. The child survived for a week and subsequently died due to medical complications.
The Delhi government is yet to come out with a statement. When contacted, the health department said it was not aware of any such order and their legal team was pursuing the matter.
A release issued by the Lieutenant Governpr’s (LG) office said the hospital license was not before the LG but before the Court of Financial Commissioner. It also clarified that no Max officials met the LG or any officer of the Raj Niwas.