CGH says it has improved record system since 2014

The Court of Appeal found Changi General Hospital guilty of negligence that led to a delay in the diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer in Ms Noor Azlin Abdul Rahman, 39.
The Court of Appeal found Changi General Hospital guilty of negligence that led to a delay in the diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer in Ms Noor Azlin Abdul Rahman, 39.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

Changes made to better track reports before apex court criticised delay in cancer diagnosis

Changi General Hospital (CGH) says it has improved its records system, which was criticised by the apex court for causing a delay in the diagnosis of a cancer patient.

The Court of Appeal on Tuesday found CGH guilty of negligence that led to the delay in the diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer in Ms Noor Azlin Abdul Rahman, 39.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 02, 2019, with the headline 'CGH says it has improved record system since 2014'. Print Edition | Subscribe