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Dr. Surinder Parhar was the head of the obstetrics department at Bakus Marsh Hospital, where a group of newborns died in “possible preventative” conditions. Photo / Getty:

The doctor in charge of the Victoria Department of Obstetrics, who suffers from many preventative infant deaths, has made many mistakes, including mistakenly telling a pregnant woman that her baby is dying.

Dr. Surinder Parhar, former director of obstetrics at Bacchus Marsh Hospital, was arraigned on Tuesday in a Victorian civil court where he pleaded guilty to nine counts of professional misconduct.

The hospital was in the midst of a possible և preventive stillbirth և neonatal death cycle when he was director from 2008 to 2015.

On one occasion in 2013, a pregnant woman went to the hospital because of bleeding and pain, but Dr. Parhar did not disclose the cause of her complaint, saying it was due to the death of the baby.

Dr. Surinder Parhar, former director of obstetrics at Bacchus Marsh Hospital, was arraigned on Tuesday in a Victorian civil court where he pleaded guilty to nine counts of professional misconduct.

The hospital was in the midst of a possible և preventive stillbirth և neonatal death cycle when he was director from 2008 to 2015.

On one occasion in 2013, a pregnant woman went to the hospital because of bleeding and pain, but Dr. Parhar did not disclose the cause of her complaint, saying it was due to the death of the baby.

The court found that the 73-year-old man was now unable to keep clear records, including when the baby died during or after birth, and his records were “illegible.”

The doctor և was unable to assume his ‘medical guidance’ in investigating infant deaths during his time չի did not properly monitor or evaluate junior doctors in the hospital.

“His whole case is when he was doing his best … his best was not good enough,” said lawyer Ross Illis CC on behalf of the doctor.

Dr. Surinder Parhar headed the obstetrics department at Bakus Marsh Hospital, where a group of newborns died. "it is possible to avoid" Circumstances Photo / Getty:
Dr. Surinder Parhar was the head of the obstetrics department at Bakus Marsh Hospital, where a group of newborns died in “possible preventative” conditions. Photo / Getty:

He added that the hospital was getting longer and longer as more patients began to visit the area.

The lawyer said that there were “mistakes in the verdict”, and the former midwife voluntarily submitted her medical registration in 2015.

“He loved his profession, he loved his patients, but he realizes that he is ashamed,” Gillis told the tribunal.

His career ended in “promiscuity” and “disgrace”, he completely regretted, said the lawyer.

Illis said Dr. Parhar regrets the impact his behavior has had on families and the community.

An Australian Medical Council lawyer said the promise that he would never be registered in practice would send a “powerful message”.

But he said court members could still impose a term barring him from doing so.

The lawyer’s lawyer insisted that his client was ready to never practice again, that the undertaking was sufficient.

“He admits his days are over,” Illis told the court.

The court will present the decision in writing later.

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