22.Letter to the Editor Regarding : Negligence of Medical Staff

By | December 10, 2019

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Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper about the poor attention and the negligence on the part of the medical staff in the government hospitals in Delhi. Sign as Karan Singh of 49, Preet Vihar, New Delhi.

Ans. 49, Preet Vihar

 New Delhi

 April 5, 2Oxx

The Editor

 The Times of India, New Delhi

Subject: Expressing concern over the negligence of medical staff


Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to express my anguish and pain which I feel to see the medical staff of government hospitals paying scant or no attention to the patients and indulging in the dereliction of duty. This is to draw the attention of the lethargic authorities to initiate some steps to improve the situation.

The attitude of the medical staff is callous and indifferent. They treat the patients as if they are beggars asking for alms. They refuse to entertain the needy and the invalids and try to put them off on one pretext or the other. They are not ready to give you a hearing. They plainly refuse admission and invariably say ‘no bed available’. The helpless invalids have to squat in the corridors waiting for their turn to be treated. Even the admitted sickly persons are neglected just to frighten them to move to private clinics. There seems to be a nexus between the medical staff and the private clinics.

Bleeding and the injured do not touch the heart of the medical staff. They make their relatives run to the market for bandages, ointment, injection and what not. The poor people visit hospitals to get free treatment and government employees come because their bills would be reimbursed. The very medical staff serves VIPs like anything but for the general public their sentiments and emotions have dried up.

It is hoped that the concerned would take strict and exemplary action against the callous members of the medical staff.

Yours sincerely,

Karan Singh

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