Without proper Medical qualification, a clinic can’t be registered says Madras High Court

Madurai – Madras high court has rejected a plea moved by a person for allowing his clinic to get registered under Tamil Nadu Private Clinical Establishments (Regulation) Act.The Madras High court has said that the petitioner did not have the required qualification to run a clinic.

The Petitioner M S K Thangavel alias K Thangavelu had a diploma certificate in Community Medical Services issued by the Indian Council of Medico Technical and Health Care in 2005. Earlier his application was rejected by the Karur district joint director of medical and rural health services and the petitioner challenged it.

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