Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): A pregnant woman delivered a baby inside the bathroom of the Community Health Center of Gandhinagar in Bhopal on Wednesday.
According to the information, the woman had gone to use the toilet before the delivery. However, as she sat on the toilet, she suffered severe contractions. And, within minutes, the baby's head popped out.
The condition of both baby and mother is healthy.
There was no female doctor on the spot at the time of delivery at Gandhinagar Health Center. It is said that only midwives and nurses do delivery in the hospital and there is no lady doctor there in general.
After the incident, people blamed the hospital’s negligence.
Hospital superintendent Dr Rakesh Kumar did not respond to the news reports of woman's delivery in the bathroom. Family members of the patients have alleged there in a shortage of doctors in the hospital, which impacts the treatment. They have alleged that the doctors of the Gandhinagar Community Health Center are mostly unavailbel on duty even at the time of OPD.
15-year-old boy died in Indore due to hospital negligence in August
In August, the family and friends of the 15-year-old boy who passed away in MY Hospital in Indore, alleged that he received improper care, attempted to set fire to the boy's body within the hospital's walls as a form of protest against the medical staff.
The family of the deceased began preparing a pyre for the final ceremonies to be held on the hospital grounds. Logs were stacked upon logs, with cakes of cow dung on top. The family was very agitated and insisted on having the post-mortem performed at Aurobindo Hospital rather than MY Hospital.