In a Moscow hospital, they filmed drunken employees shouting to an elderly patient, “You die!” UK started checking

The Moscow Health Department and the Investigative Committee began checks after a video from Hospital No. 36 named after Inozemtsev was circulated on the network, where employees allegedly mocked an elderly patient.

According to Interfax, representatives of the department and the medical inspection service went to the hospital, and the chief doctor of the hospital was summoned to the scene. The department stressed that, based on the results of the check, the perpetrators will be removed, and disciplinary measures will be taken against the leadership.

On April 25, Mash posted a video that Lea, a patient in the hospital’s therapy department, provided to the publication. The footage shows women in medical uniforms shouting “Fuck you, *****!” and “I’ll rip your ***** leg out right now!”, referring to the person lying on the gurney.

Lea said that after lights out, she heard drunken nurses screaming and swearing at an elderly patient in the corridor. Lea claims that the hospital staff also beat the patient: she heard slaps and slaps.

After the publication of the video, the head of the Investigative Committee of Russia, Alexander Bastrykin, “demanded a report on the circumstances of the incident in one of the Moscow hospitals,” according to the agency’s website. The circumstances of the incident are being investigated by employees of the Moscow Investigative Committee.

(C)MEDUZA 2021

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