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A hospital in the heart of Mumbai is facing criticism for not allowing its patients to receive medical treatment while they are in the hospital.

The hospital, which has a complex system of medical equipment, is home to more than 2,500 patients, many of them critically ill.

The doctors and nurses say the system has not kept pace with the demand.

“We cannot meet the demands of our patients, especially the critical patients,” said a senior doctor at the hospital, who declined to be identified.

“The system has been compromised, and it is a shame that it has taken this long.”

The hospital, in the industrial part of the city, has the distinction of being one of the oldest hospitals in the country.

It has a large hall where doctors have offices.

But for patients, the hall is not a place to be treated.

The staff of the hospital say the patients are not allowed to be admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU), even though the hospital has three ICUs and they need to be used for patients with serious injuries.

The doctor, however, said that he did not feel safe in the ICU because he was under pressure to get his hospital-issued uniform.

“If they ask me to wear a uniform, I cannot say no.

But I feel it is better to have a room where people can be comfortable and they can have a meal, and I can have an appointment,” he said.

The hospital also has to keep a close eye on the number of patients and staff members who need urgent medical attention, the doctor said.

In addition, the hospital is under pressure from patients who cannot afford to travel to a hospital nearby, and the doctors cannot provide any services for them.

“It is not our duty to do so, especially in an era of austerity,” the doctor told the Times of Indian.

The city-wide hospitals have a complex structure.

It is a matter of pride for the hospital to be the oldest in the city.

The entire hospital is housed in one building.

In some areas, there are no buildings.

The patients can go to the ward area, where there is no room for the ICUs.

In others, the ward is filled with patients and they are allowed to go to an area that is close to the ICUC.

The city’s hospitals have also faced criticism for providing too few beds for the critical cases.

The doctor said that in some wards, there were only a handful of patients who needed urgent treatment.

“There are patients who are suffering from severe injuries.

In the ICCU, we have to treat these patients.

But we do not have any beds for these patients,” he added.

The hospitals have been under pressure in recent times from the government to close the wards, which are meant to house patients with critical illnesses.

The government has also asked the government-run hospitals to shut down.

The officials also pointed out that the hospital in question, which is also a government-owned facility, is not the only one with critical issues.

In October, the state government shut down the city-based hospital in Ahmedabad for failing to meet hospital rules.

“A doctor in the same ward of the same hospital is not allowed even to perform a basic surgical procedure,” the hospital’s director, Shri Rajendra, told The Indian Express.

The director, however said that the hospitals are still operating on a “sustainable basis.”

“The hospital is being run on a sustainable basis,” he told the newspaper.

“Our patients and the hospital staff are treated well, and we are able to provide medical care to all our patients.”