SINGAPORE: KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) on Friday (Mar 25) stated it had filed a police report over an unidentified pregnant woman’s claims that she had lost her baby, after allegedly ready on the accident and emergency division for about 4 hours.
“KKH would like to clarify that the online report on the incident at the Urgent O&G Centre is incorrect,” stated Professor Alex Sia, chief government officer of the hospital.
“We can definitively say that there is no such scenario. We have since made a police report.”
On Wednesday, various information supply Wake Up Singapore posted an article concerning the alleged incident with an image of a redacted hospital invoice dated Feb 28. The article, which has since been broadly shared on social media, gave a timeline of the woman’s account of her go to to KKH.
The girl stated she suffered a miscarriage after she was allegedly left unattended at A&E for 4 hours.
KKH on Thursday night stated that it was not capable of establish the affected person regardless of the hospital’s “best efforts”.
“Preliminary investigations indicate that there is no such case at the hospital on the date indicated in the report,” it added in an announcement to CNA.
On Friday, Wake Up Singapore revealed a put up alleging that the hospital had spoken to the lady on the cellphone practically 4 hours earlier than it launched the assertion the day earlier than.
In a media assertion on Friday, Prof Sia thanked the general public for permitting the hospital time to analyze the incident and reiterated that there are discrepancies between the story and the invoice info shared on-line.
“Every feedback is an opportunity to do better and we take it seriously, but when there are falsehoods, we must also address them transparently,” stated Prof Sia.
“This is a vital time for everybody in healthcare and we’ll proceed to do our utmost to maintain our sufferers.
Source : channelnewsasia.com