The order comes following the death of a newborn after the four government hospitals refused to admit the baby, citing lack of critical-care beds with ventilator facilities, an official statement said.
"The primary objective of this action plan will be to ensure that live data of functional critical care facilities in all Delhi government hospitals are readily and easily available," it said.
Mr Kejriwal said that if a hospital can't admit a person due to lack of life-saving facilities or due to non-availability of beds, then it will be mandatory for it to find out a hospital in which such facility is available, and ensuring shifting of the patient there, the statement said.
"It is an unacceptable scenario since helpless family members keep running from pillar to post and critical time, in which the life of a serious patient could have been saved, is often lost," he said.
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