Five employees were dismissed based on the findings of an internal investigation after the Jan. 30 death of a woman during a cesarean surgery.
The Mexican Institute of Social Security said the dismissal was decided based on the investigation’s final report.
The now former employees were related to providing healthcare services to the dead woman.
Keren Vallejo died due to complications during the cesarean surgery while delivering her second child.
The baby was born, but his mother did not survive.
The agency turned a different body to the state Coroner’s office and later turned the right corpse without any organ tissue. The Mexican agency has repeatedly denied such claims.
The Institute said the dismissal is apart from the actions taken in the upcoming future by prosecuting agencies.
After the death, state and Mexican officials launched a special commission to determine the cause of the death.
The government-owned Institute lamented the death and said employees work every day to improve services in order to grant proper healthcare services to millions of affiliates.