Dhule doctor beaten up by patient’s relatives, admitted in hospital

Dr Rohan Mamorkar suffered chest injuries, swollen eye, and severe injuries on skull and abdomen.

Written by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Dhule | Updated: March 15, 2017 3:08 am
Dhule doctor beatedn, Dhule doctor assault, Dhule, maharashtra, Maharashtra doctor beated, Dhule civic hospital, deepak baid, doctor thrashed, Dhule news, india news, indian express news A video footage grabbed by CCTV camera shows a group consisting of over 30 men thrashing the doctor in the hospital ward. (Source: ANI video screenshot)

An Orthopedic doctor of Dhule Civil hospital in Maharashtra, was thrashed by his patient’s relatives on Tuesday after a quarrel over alleged medical negligence. Doctors have now demanded strict security in hospital premises with rising incidents of doctor-patient friction.

According to hospital sources, a patient with head injury was admitted who was further referred to tertiary level hospital for the need of a neurosurgeon. “The patient’s relatives got angry when referral was made and started beating up the orthopedic doctor with rods and cots,” a resident doctor told The Indian Express.

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Dr Rohan Mamorkar suffered chest injuries, swollen  eye, and severe injuries on skull and abdomen. He is currently admitted in Jupiter hospital in the city.

A video footage grabbed by CCTV camera shows a group consisting of over 30 men thrashing the doctor in the hospital ward. Few enraged relatives even climbed on hospital cots.  A case has been registered with the local police station and nine arrests have been made so far.

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