22-year-old engineer charged with abuse of a 17-year-old patient
Duban’s EEG technician was charged with abusing a teenage patient hospitalized at Chatsmed Hospital.
He appeared for the first time today at the Durban District Court.
The man has not been named yet because he has not defended yet. He faces a crime of abuse. He appeared temporarily in court and the case was postponed to further investigation until February next year.
A 22-year-old engineer lives in Phoenix and is said to have visited a 17-year-old female patient in August, apparently cheating on a curtain in August.
The minor should have been alone at the station at the time of the crime.
As part of the bail, men can not see unaccompanied patients and must notify the investigator each time they see the patient.
Musa Madonsela, a hospital administrator at Life Chatsmed Hospital, was upset and saddened by the allegations of assault.
“Our ultimate goal is always the well-being and protection of patients, staff and all other people associated with our facilities, which is why we are very concerned that this type of event has occurred in our hospital.” She said, “she said.
“When the incident was reported to us, the patient and her family have expressed our sympathy, and we remain available for the additional support the patient needs,” she adds. It was.
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