BLUNDER: WHY THESE NEW PARENTS ARE UNABLE TO GET THEIR BABY'S BIRTH CERTIFICATE

Zara Dadd, 26, and her partner Simon Branchett, 28, returned to hospital the next day to sort out registration details - but discovered they were unable to get Riley's birth certificate

Riley

A new mum and her twin sister use the same hospital, when she gave birth, she had no idea all through the pregnancy, ante-natals, her records were registered under her twin sister's name..A mum was distraught when blundering hospital staff registered her newborn baby - to her twin sister.
Zara Dadd, 26, and her partner Simon Branchett, 28, were filled with joy when their 6lb 6oz son Riley was born last Tuesday.
But when the pair, who already have an 18-month-old daughter Amelia, returned to hospital the next day they discovered they were unable to get Riley's birth certificate because he was registered to Zara's twin sister Charlene.
The mum and dad were also told that if Riley becomes unwell the hospital will have no
record of him - because staff kept putting Zara's results under Charlene's name throughout her pregnancy.
Simon said: "They sat us down and said unfortunately there has been a massive mix-up and they had registered the baby to my partner's sister.
"Now there's no real record of his birth and they've told us it's going to take weeks to rectify the problem.
"The person who is supposed to be fixing it is on holiday now and we can't even get a birth certificate for our son because of their huge error.
"To be fair to them, the staff couldn't apologise enough, but we want to get this sorted."
Source: MirrorUK

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