CAMOTES ISLAND, Cebu — A full scale examination will be propelled by the Capitol's Committee of Discipline and Investigation (CODI) on the supposed carelessness of a specialist doled out at the Camotes District Hospital which brought about the demise of a three-week-old baby.
Vilma Concoles, 30, said they are resolved in looking for equity for the demise of her child, Kai Gavin Yangson.
Concoles asserted that the specialist doled out at the Capitol-run area clinic in Camotes didn't check for her child's heartbeat when they hurried him to the medical clinic on the night of January 1.
Dr. Christina Gianggo, leader of the Provincial Health Office, said the specialist prevented the charges from securing carelessness.
Be that as it may, Gianggo said the specialist conceded that he had passes as far as disclosing the circumstance to the family.
Representative Gwendolyn Garcia, who was in Tudela, Camotes Island on Tuesday, January 7, 2020, met with the Concoles to hear her side of the story.
During the gathering, Garcia solicited Gianggo to encourage the accommodation from Concoles' testimony to the CODI.
Concoles said they will simply hang tight for the nine-day novena for Baby Gavin to end before they will execute their sworn statement.
Concoles' sibling, Ben, first posted about Baby Gavin's passing and the supposed carelessness with respect to the clinic on January 3.
The post with respect to the supposed carelessness on Ben's Facebook account, which utilized the name "Ainsley Iyanna Consoles," picked up just about 2,000 responses and 2,900 offers as of Tuesday evening, January 7.
"Kani gyud ang sakto para mahatagan og hustisya ang pagkamatay sa bata," Ben said in a different meeting after their gathering with the senator.
(This is the correct activity so the infant's passing is given equity.)