MEHN asks health authorities to confiscate medical licence of drunken clinician


Health Equity Network (MEHN) continues to  condemn the unethical behaviour of a clinical officer at Thyolo District Hospital which led to the death of an 18-year-old pregnant woman, Mphatso Phiri, and her unborn baby.

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Kestings Chikolopa,  a board member of the MEHN, asks the health authorities  to confiscate the medical licence of the clinician.

The clinical officer, who is suspected to have been drunk at the time, collapsed before finishing the procedure, leading to the death of the woman and her unborn child.

Preliminary investigations, by Thyolo District Hospital Officials also show that the clinician delayed in taking the patient to the theatre.

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