A mother has alleged her baby was given an overdose of insulin at Rockhampton Hospital. A mother has alleged her newborn baby needed emergency help after being given a life-threatening dose of insulin at a public hospital. The case was raised in State Parliament by Opposition health spokeswoman Ros Bates, who said the incident happened at the Rockhampton Hospital in central Queensland. Police are still investigating the case. "I understand that there was a baby born at the hospital in July last year that was transported to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital with extremely high blood insulin levels," Ms Bates said. In a letter tabled in Parliament, the mother of the baby said the newborn needed emergency help after "he became floppy, barely responsive … and he failed all of his reflex tests". The mother’s letter said a Brisbane doctor told her that her son’s "blood results had […]