In medical emergencies, delay can never be condoned leniently like we do in courts: Madras High Court orders Rs 5 lakh compensation

The Court has also reiterated that all Primary Health Centres are expected to possess an ambulance to meet medical emergencies.
In medical emergencies, delay can never be condoned leniently like we do in courts: Madras High Court orders Rs 5 lakh compensation
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All Primary Health Centres are expected to have ambulances, reiterated the Madras High Court recently, while awarding Rs 5 lakh as compensation for the death of a woman who suffered postpartum haemorrhage and was belatedly shifted to a hospital for a blood transfusion (T Rajagopal v. State of Tamil Nadu and ors).

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