Over the last few months, incidents of medical negligence in hospitals have been on the rise in several parts of the country. Several hospitals have been involved in nasty scandals in recent months.
The likes of Kenyatta National Hospital, Coptic, Mama Lucy, and Mbagathi have all been caught up in controversial issues in recent months with Kenyans blaming some of the hospital attendance for incompetence leading to the death of their kin.
A family from Kayole is now calling on relevant authorities to intervene and explain what happened to their mother Caroline Mbaki.
According to mzee Naftali Mbaki, he had received a call that his wife had been admitted with Covid-19 at Mama Lucy hospital, the hospital management told him that they had transferred her to Mbagathi hospital where patients of Covid-19 are being isolated. However, on reaching Mbagathi, they were told that the hospital did not have any records of such a person.
After weeks of searching for her, they were told her body had been found at Mbagathi mortuary. The family is yet to find out what happened to her and how she ended up at the morgue.
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