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Calcutta Medical College and Hospital test reports system to turn digital: ‘No long waits’

Hospital authorities said they took the step after receiving many complaints about delays in handing over reports to patients or their kin — sometimes as long as a month.

Kolkata: 250 patients evacuated, medicines worth Rs 5 cr destroyed in fire at state-run CMCH

Family of 75-yr-old patient claims his condition worsened during evacuation, which led to his death; hospital denies

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Day after hunger strike ended, new DME announced for CMCH

The senior students were on hunger strike for 13 days, demanding accommodation in the newly-built 11-storey hostel where freshers were given berths. College authorities had Monday agreed to the demands.

Calcutta Medical College students withdraw indefinite hunger strike

Appointment of Hostel Superintendent, warden of the new hostel will be done appropriately in the near future. Repair work in all the hostels will be undertaken on an urgent basis," reads a letter issued from the principal of Medical College.

Calcutta medical college strike enters 13th day, DME requests students to end stir

The students began their strike on July 10 after the authorities at the 183-year-old state-run medical college notified that the new 11-storey hostel will be allotted only to the freshers. 

Calcutta Medical College row: Demands not met, students to go on mass hunger strike

The students of second, third and fourth year were on hunger strike outside the principal's chamber to press for their demand for accommodation in a new hostel which is allotted only for first year students.

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Second fire in a month at Calcutta medical college, no casualty

Though, no casualty was reported in the incident, patients and their attendants were seen running towards the exit, almost creating a stampede-like situation, said sources.

Kolkata: Month after losing babies, parents prepare to sue hospital

After the deaths, the govt suspended three junior doctors and a nurse and transferred the head of the nursing department, the sister-in-charge of the sick newborn care unit and the paediatric department head until the inquiry was over.

Japanese Encephalitis death in city hospital, toll rises to 118

Sarkar, was admitted to the CSTM on July 22 with high temperature and complaints related to diabetes.

Kolkata mute as woman hangs self

A 50-year-old woman hanged herself from a trident light post in broad daylight in front of Mahajati Sadan even as thousands of people remained mute spectators.

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