Two Indian doctors fired for mistakenly declaring newborn dead
| Updated Dec 04, 2017 at 10:50am
Doctors declared the infant dead, hours after his still-born twin
A hospital in the Indian capital Delhi has fired two doctors for mistakenly declaring a newborn dead.
The doctors at the privately run Max Hospital had pronounced the baby dead hours after his twin who was born in a 'still birth' on November 30.
The parents found that the baby was alive while they were on their way to his funeral.
The incident has sparked outrage and a debate over the quality of private healthcare which is often expensive.
The privately run Max Hospital took the decision to fire the Doctors after initial discussions with experts.
A government inquiry into the incident is ongoing.
SOURCE: BBC NEWS