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12 days ago
I had the misfortune of visiting a public hospital a little over two years ago, because the specialist I was referred to happened to spend his weekdays there. The name of the hospital doesn't matter, because it's not as if we can tell one from the other, given the level of indifference they all aspire to. There's no point discussing the exterior or interiors either, because the paan stains, peeling paint and filthy corners were all the same. Customer service was non-existent, as were any signs that the staff genuinely cared about patients they were being paid to care for. What did bother me was the information that I wouldn't be able to get a follow-up visit with the doctor the next day, because the hospital was shutting down for a festival. It was that bizarre statement that jumped to my mind when news of a fire at the Employees' State Insurance Corporation Kamgar Hospital in Andheri broke a few weeks ago. The fact that people died didn't occupy my mind as much as it ought to have,
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