Mass bunk by junior doctors leaves NRS Hospital in disarray
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Kolkata:Patient services were affected at NRS Medical College and Hospital on Sunday after 120 junior doctors went on a leave without taking permission from the hospital authorities. They reportedly left for Tajpur in East Mindapore. The hospital authorities could not admit fresh patients. Even there were no doctors to look after the critical patients. Saswati Ghoshal, medical superintendent of the hospital, said: "We are unaware that 120 junior doctors left the hospital in a day without informing us. We will definitely take action against them."
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