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Bad news for hospital as patient die due to negligence

DURBAN - The Department of Health in KwaZulu-Natal is researching the conditions encompassing a Montford lady's demise after her better half cases she was dismissed by staff at a nearby emergency clinic. 

The family further case that they were not properly educated regarding the lady's demise, despite calling the medical clinic for ordinary reports on her condition. 

Tasha Soobramoney passed on at the Clairwood Hospital and her better half, Oliver Basaviah, is requesting replies from the medical clinic the executives, and the DoH. 

Soobramoney was taken to the emergency clinic last month in the wake of having seizures. 

Isaiah said this had never occurred, and her family was concerned. 


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27-year-old Soobramoney had a background marked by ailments, however had never had seizures. 

She was taken to RK Khan Hospital in Chatsworth and Basaviah said she appeared all good, however continued discussing things from before. 

He said she was subsequently moved to Clairwood Hospital and this was the point at which the circumstance changed. 

Isaiah said once his better half was moved, he attempted to get hold of her. 

He guaranteed that he called the clinic day by day for refreshes on his better half's condition, yet was not given any data. 

Isaiah said he was regularly informed that his better half was sleepy and frail. He guaranteed that he was likewise advised to quit calling as he was "burning through his time", and that his main close family was permitted to call. 

Soobramoney's mom figured out how to meet with her specialist her girl had been determined to have meningitis soon after her landing in the clinic. 

The family said they were not permitted to visit Soobramoney in the emergency clinic and didn't know about her condition, and just looked into her demise in the wake of calling the emergency clinic. 

Isaiah said they had met with Clairwood Hospital the board, however were not offered any responses about Soobramoney's demise. 

KZN Health Department PRO Ntokozo Maphisa said they were worried about the claims evened out against the clinic. He added that they had since mentioned a full report from the emergency clinic the board in regards to the matter. 


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