Connect with us

Thai Life

Parents call for answers after newborn’s finger cut at government hospital, starts to rot

Samui Times Editor

Published

on

Parents call for answers after newborn’s finger cut at government hospital, starts to rot | Samui Times
  • follow us in feedly

The parents of a two-moth old baby girl have filed a formal complaint with the Phuket Provincial Damrongdhama Centre (Ombudsman’s Office) over a nurse at Vachira Phuket Hospital allegedly – albeit accidentally – snipping one of their baby’s fingers with a pair of scissors, leading to the end of the baby’s finger starting to rot.

Parents call for answers after newborn’s finger cut at government hospital, starts to rot | News by Samui Times

The parents – father Stawut Charnkol, 34, and mother Oranuch Thongdee, 24 – filed the complaint at the provincial ombudsman’s Office at Phuket Provincial Hall yesterday (Dec 6).

Mr Stawut explained that their daughter, Phakawadee, was born at he hospital on Sept 5.


Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/parents-call-for-answers-after-newborn-finger-cut-at-government-hospital-starts-to-rot-73915.php#3qAd7DBRdJiMpEtO.97

Stay updated with Samui Times by following us on Facebook.

Trending