GPH doctors saw no signs of rape during Colwyn Harding treatment

-say no report of assault made to medical staff

Senior doctors at the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH) yesterday said signs of the alleged rape were not seen at any time since Colwyn Harding’s hospitalisation last month and that he did not tell any of the medical staff attending to him that he had been sexually assaulted with a baton by police.

The hospital has come under heavy criticism over the treatment that was administered to Harding but GPH Chief Executive Officer, Michael Khan, Director of Medical and Professional Services, Sheik Amir, Senior Registrar, Department of Surgery, Navin Rambarran and senior ward manager of the Male Surgical Ward,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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