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CGHS – Permission for Investigations/Treatment Procedures

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CGHS – Permission for Investigations/Treatment Procedures

CGHS

No Permission is required for getting listed Investigations/ Treatment Procedures done at the CGHS empanelled Diagnostic Centres/Hospitals, if prescribed by CGHS Medical Officer/ CMO Incharge or Government Hospital specialist.

Listed Investigations/Treatment Procedures prescribed by a specialist of empanelled hospital need to be endorsed by the referring CGHS Medical Officer/ CMO Incharge, however permission is not required in this case also.

For unlisted Investigations/Treatment Procedures permission is required from the AD of the City/Zone in case of pensioners and Head of Department/Office in case of serving employees. However for pensioners of Autonomous bodies the permission is to be given by the concerned department only.

Procedure for getting the investigations done by an empanelled Diagnostic centre/Hospital

The following documents are required to be submitted:

1. Self attested copy of prescription of CGHS Doctor / Government specialist
2. Copy of CGHS Card of the patient and main card holder.
3. Original Prescription and Original Cards are to be produced at the centre for verification.

Investigation can be done within 14 days of the advice only.

Procedure for getting for any treatment procedure done at an empanelled hospital

The following documents are required:

1. Self attested copy of prescription of CGHS Doctor / Government specialist
2. Copy of CGHS Card of the patient and main card holder.
3. Original Prescription and Original Cards are to be produced at the centre for verification.

Treatment procedures can be done within 3 months of the advice only.

Source: www.cghs.gov.in

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Poor Condition of CGHS Dispensaries – Lok Sabha Q&A

Poor Condition of CGHS Dispensaries – Lok Sabha Q&A

CGHS-Dispensaries

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE
LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO: 1236

ANSWERED ON:09.02.2018

Poor Condition of CGHS Dispensaries

Tejpratap Singh,Yadav

Will the Minister of HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Government is aware of poor functioning of CGHS dispensaries due to malfunctioning of server, depleted strength and absence of doctors/staff, discontinuation of visit of Medical specialist, lack of infrastructure and nonavailability of medicines daily, long queue of patients, working of dispensaries in rented building etc. and if so, the details thereof;

(b) whether the Government has received a number of such complaints regarding poor functioning of CGHS in the country including Delhi;

(c) if so, the details thereof, dispensary-wise along with the action taken by the Government on such complaints so far during the last three years;

(d) whether the Government has ever conducted any enquiry/ audit/ study on the functioning of CGHS facility in the country and if so, the details and outcome thereof and if not, the reasons therefor; and

(e) the other steps taken by the Government to improve the functioning of CGHS in the country?

Will the Minister of HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE be pleased to state:-

ANSWER

THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND

FAMILY WELFARE

(SHRI ASHWINI KUMAR CHOUBEY)

(a): Yes; problems of breakdown of internet connectivity, shortage of manpower including Doctors/Staff, some CGHS Dispensaries working in rented buildings etc. have been brought to the notice of CGHS.

(b) & (c): Information is being collected and will be laid on the Table of the House.

(d) No, Regular inspection of CGHS Wellness Centres is undertaken by all the Additional Directors of concerned CGHS cities, therefore, the need of separate study was not felt.

(e) Following steps have been taken to improve the functioning of CGHS in the country:-

(i) Govt. has recently permitted CGHS beneficiaries to avail OPD consultation from Specialists at CGHS empanelled Hospitals.

(ii) The requirement of separate permission letter for taking treatment at empanelled hospitals has been done away with once a specific treatment procedure has been advised by a Govt. Specialist/CGHS Doctor.

(iii) Provision for self-printing of CGHS cards by CGHS beneficiaries after it has been verified by Additional Director of concerned CGHS city has been made.

(iv) CGHS beneficiaries also have the option to avail online appointment system for consulting a CGHS Doctor and they can reach the Wellness Centre a little before the scheduled appointment and avoid standing in a queue.

(v) Orders have been issued for special facilities for CGHS beneficiaries aged 80 and above. They need not stand in a queue and their medical claims shall be processed on priority.

(vi) Provision for online transfer of CGHS cards of serving employees has been made in case of transfer to other CGHS covered cities without surrendering the card.

(vii) CGHS beneficiaries have the option to avail facilities from any CGHS Wellness Centre in the Country.

(viii) CGHS beneficiaries have the option to obtain medicines upto 3 months in case of chronic illness.

(ix) Data cards for internet access have been provided to CMO I/c of CGHS Wellness Centres to manage during breakdown of net connectivity.

Source : Lok Sabha

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Grant of Fixed Medical Allowance to Central Government Civil Pensioners residing in areas not covered under Central Government Health Scheme

Grant of Fixed Medical Allowance to Central Government Civil Pensioners residing in areas not covered under Central Government Health Scheme

Central-Government-Health-Scheme-FMA-Pensioners

F.No.4/34/2017-P&PW(D)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Pension and Pensioners Welfare

 

3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan,
Khan Market, New Delhi
Dated: 31/01/2018

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

 

Sub: Grant of Fixed Medical Allowance to Central Government Civil Pensioners residing in areas not covered under Central Government Health Scheme -reg.

 

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s OM No.38/99/99-P&PW(C) dated 17-4-2000 on the subject mentioned above and to say that in accordance with the instructions contained therein, Central Government Civil Pensioners, residing in an area not served by any CGHS dispensary or any corresponding Health Schemes administered by other Ministries/Departments, as the case may be, even though their places of residence may fall within the limits of a CGHS covered cities, are required to submit the following documents for claiming Fixed Medical Allowance:

 

a) An undertaking in the prescribed format.

 

b) A certificate from the Medical Authorities of CGHS or from authorities of corresponding Health Schemes of the concerned Ministries/Departments, as the case may be, that the area where the pensioner is residing is not served by any dispensary under CGHS or the corresponding Health Scheme administered by the Ministry/Department.

 

2. Keeping in view the difficulties being faced by the pensioners in obtaining the required certificate from the concerned Medical Authorities, the matter has been reconsidered in consultation with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. It has now been decided that the pensioners, residing in areas not covered by CGHS or any corresponding Health Schemes administered by other Ministries/Departments, as the case may be, would no longer be required to submit a certificate referred to in para 1 (b) above.

 

However, such pensioners would continue to submit an undertaking in the following format:
I , a retired employee of ____ (Office Address) declare that I am residing at (Residential Address indicated in PPO) , which area is not covered under CGHS or any corresponding Health Scheme administered by the Ministry/Department of , (as the case may be). I have also not obtained and do not wish to obtain a CGHS Card for availing out-door facilities under CGHS/Corresponding Health Scheme of other Ministries/Departments from any dispensary situated in an adjoining area.

 

3. A Central Government Civil Pensioner is also required to fill the enclosed Form along with above mentioned undertaking.

 

4. All the pension disbursing authorities are required to obtain the above undertaking along with the Form, as mentioned in Para 3 above, from such pensioners before sanctioning Fixed Medical Allowance. An entry to this effect should also be made in their PPOs.

sd/-
(Sanjay Wadhawan)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

Authority: www.pensionersportal.gov.in

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Integration of AADHAR Number With CGHS beneficiary number

Integration of AADHAR Number With CGHS beneficiary number

Government India
Ministry of Health and Family
Department of Health Family

No.44-26/2016/MCTC/CGHS/EHS

Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated the 18th January 2018

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Integration of AADHAR Number With CGHS beneficiary number

With reference to the above subject the undersigned is directed to state that CGHS is capturing the AADHAR number of new CGHS beneficiaries. while issuing the CGHS Cards, serving employees are already using the Aadhar based Bio-metric attendance system and a large number of primary card holders have linked their Aadhar number to CGHS Ben ID Number, However, some of the existing CGHS beneficiaries particularly the pensioner beneficiaries are yet to link their Aadhar. The matter has been reviewed and it is now decided that linking of Aadhar Number to Ben ID No has been made compulsory and the CGHS beneficiaries are advised to link their Aadhar Number before 31st March 2018.

2.The procedure for doing so is as follows:

(I) Through CMO -In Charge’s Module- Beneficiary can visit CMO-In Charge Of his her CGHS Wellness Centre with AADHAR Card to get his her and family members AADHAR Number linked to CGHS Beneficiary Number.

(II) Registration of AADHAR Number by beneficiary himself/herself – the following steps are to be followed

a. Log on to cghs.nic.in
b. Click ‘Beneficiary Login’
c. Sign in with Ben ID and password if you are already registered.
d. If registered Click Generate Pass word and follow instructions to obtain OTP on your registered Mobile Number
e. After signing in with Ben ID and Pass word. click AADHAR NO
f. AADHAR for all family numbers and save

3. The co-operation of the CGHS beneficiaries is solicited.

sd/-
(Dharminder Singh)
Under Secretary to Government of India

Authority: www.dopt.gov.in

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Online transfer of CGHS Cards of serving employees on transfer from one CGHS Covered City to another CGHS Covered City

Online transfer of CGHS Cards of serving employees on transfer from one CGHS Covered City to another CGHS Covered City

Z15025/108/2017/DIR/CGHS/EHS
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare
EHS Section

Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated the 17th January, 2018

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Online transfer of CGHS Cards of serving employees on transfer from one CGHS Covered City to another CGHS Covered City – Reg.

With reference to the above mentioned subject the undersigned is directed to state that this Ministry has been receiving representations for allowing online transfer of same CGHS cards of serving employees of Central Government on transfer from one CGHS City to another CGHS City. The matter has been reviewed and it has now been decided, in supersession of the earlier orders in this regard, to allow online transfer of same CGHS cards of serving employees of Central Government on transfer from one CGHS City to another CGHS City as per the details given under:

i) Serving employees on transfer from one CGHS City to another CGHS City shall submit an application to the Additional Director of CGHS City (forwarded by the Ministry /Department from where he /she is being transferred) along with copy of the transfer / relieving order for transfer of CGHS Cards to another CGHS City with an undertaking that he shall be residing in the new City in a CGHS covered area.

ii) Addl. Director, CGHS of City shall transfer the card online and shall issue an acknowledgement slip to the serving employee. CGHS Plastic cards shall be retained by the serving employee.

iii) Serving employee in the new CGHS City submits an application duly forwarded by his /her Ministry /Department/ Office, certifying that CONS contribution is being deducted, to the Additional Director of new CGHS City for acceptance of the transit CGHS Cards to the data base of new City and allocation of a CGHS Wellness Centre in new CGHS City along with proof of residence for residing in a CGHS covered area. Additional Director, CGHS in the new City shall accept the cards in new City after verification of the residential address. If the area is coverd under CGHS, the card shall remain inoperable until it is accepted by the Addl. Director,CGHS.

iv) It is also brought to the attention of all Ministries and Departments that they are responsible for surrender of CGHS cards issued to Serving Employees, when they are transferred to a non-CGHS covered City.

2. These order shall supersede all the earlier instructions issued on the subject and will be in effect from the date of its issue.

(Dharminder Singh)
Under Secretary to Government of India
Tel- 011-2306 2666

Source: Confederation

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85 Private ECHS Hospital List as on 8.12.2017

85 Private ECHS Hospital List as on 8.12.2017

EMPANELMENT OF HOSPITALS / NURSING HOMES AND DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES/ CENTRES FOR ECHS

No. 22B(15)/2017-WE/D(Res-I)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Dept of Ex-Servicemen Welfare

New Delhi 04.01.2018

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

To,
The Managing Director
Central Organisation, ECHS
Maude Line, Delhi Cantt

Subject:- EMPANELMENT OF HOSPITALS / NURSING HOMES AND DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES/ CENTRES FOR ECHS

I am directed to state that in terms of the provisions of Govt of India, Ministry of Defence letter No. 22B(04)/2010/US(WE)/D(Res) dated 18 Feb 2011, 22B(02)/2013/US(WE)/D(Res) dated 18 Oct 2013 and 22B(02)/2013/US(WE)/D(Res) dated 24 Feb 2015, it has now been decided by the Competent Authority to empanel 85 Private Hospitals/Nursing Homes and Diagnostic Laboratories Centres for different specialities and procedures with ECHS as recommended by the 12th Screening Committee for empanelment of Medical facilities with ECHS in its meeting held on 8-12-2017 under the Chairmanship of MD, ECHS as per the list attached in the Annexure:-

S.No City Name of Hospitals Annexure No
1. Adoor Mount Zion Medical College 1
2. Ahmedabad New Delhi Centre for Sight Ltd 2
3. Ajmer Kshetrapal Hospital Multispeciality and Research Centre 3
4. Akhnoor Neelkanth Health Care 4
5. Alappuzha VSM Hospital 5
6. Amritsar Dev Hospital 6
7. Amritsar Akashdeep Neuro Trauma & Multi Super Speciality Hospital 6
8. Amritsar Ajit Hospital 6
9. Amritsar Surinder Hospital 7
10. Amritsar Verma Hospital 7
11. Amritsar (Jandiala Guru) Ranjit Multispeciality & Trauma Hospital 7
12. Amritsar (Putlighar) Ranjit Hospital 8
13. Bangalore Davita Care India Pvt Ltd 9
14. Bangalore Columbia Clinic 9
15. Bhopal Siddhanta Redcross Superspeciality Hospital 10
16. Bhopal Galaxy Hospital 11
17. Bhopal ASG Hospital Pvt Ltd 11
18. Chandigarh Mirchiash Diagnostics 12
19. Coimbatore Ganga Medical Centre & Hospitals Pvt Ltd 13
20. Delhi (Kirti Nagar) Total Diagnostics Care 14
21. Delhi (Rohini) Must & More Healthcare Pvt Ltd 14
22. Delhi (Sector-18, Rohini) Dr Lal PathLabs Ltd 15
23. Delhi (Shahdara) East Delhi Medical Centre 15
24. Delhi (Shahdara) CM Patel Hospital 15
25. Delhi (Yamuna Vihar) Dr Chaudhary’s Moral Hospital Pvt Ltd 16
26. New Delhi (Dwarka) Venkateshwar Hospital 16
27. New Delhi (Tilak Nagar) Janta X-Ray Clinic Pvt Ltd 17
28. New Delhi (West Patel Nagar) Khanna Medicare Centre 17
29. Faridabad QRG Central Hospital & Research Centre Ltd 18
30. Gohana Shri Balaji Dental Clinic 19
31. Greater Noida Sharma Medicare Pvt Ltd 20
32. Gurdaspur Dr KD’s Eye Hospital 21
33. Gurgaon Sudharshan Poly Dental Centre 22
34. Gurgaon Santhosh Clinic-The Dental Studio 22
35. Haldwani Brijlal Hospital & Research Centre 23
36. Hisar Aadhar Health Institute 24
37. Hisar Geetanjali Hospital 25
38. Hisar Sukhda Multispeciality Hospital 26
39. Hisar Medicity Multispeciality Hospital & Neuro Centre 27
40. Hubli HCG NMR Cancer centre 28
41. Hyderabad Anu’s Dental Care 29
42. Hyderabad St. Theresa’s Hospital 29
43. Jalandhar Kataria Eye Hospital & ENT Hospital PVt Ltd 30
44. Jalandhar Akal Eye Hospital & Lasik Laser Centre 30
45. Jalandhar India Kidney Hospital & Dialysis Centre 30
46. Jhunjhunu CKRD Memorial Hospital & Research Institute 31
47. Kaithal Shah Hospital 32
48. Kaithal Cygnus Super Speciality Hospital 32
49. Kanpur Globus Hospital 33
50. Kanpur Shri Jayram Hospital & Trauma Centre 33
51. Karnal Sanjeev Bansal Cygnus Hospital 34
52. Karnal Balaji Hospital 34
53. Karur Velan Eye Hospital 35
54. Khurza Kailash Hospital 36
55. Ludhiana Sri Guru Harkrishan Sahib Advanced Eye Care Centre 37
56. Ludhiana Mind Plys Healthcare Pvt Ltd 37
57. Manipal KMC Hospital 38
58. Manipal Kasturba Hospital 39
59. Mansa Raikhy Nursing Home and Surgical Centre 40
60. Moga Rajeev Hospital 41
61. Mysore Narayana Hrudayala Surgical Hospital Pvt Ltd 42
62. Mysore Nethradham Super Speciality Eye Hospital 43
63. Nagpur Akshar Eye Institute and dental Clinic 44
64. Nagpur Kolarkar Dental Clinic 44
65. Ongole Sanghamitra Hospital Pvt Ltd 45
66. Pathanamthitta St. Thomas Hospital 46
67. Pathankot SKR Hospitals & Trauma Centre Pvt Ltd 47
68. Patiala Sodhi Eye Hospital 48
69. Pune Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital 49
70. Pune Dr Prasanna’s Dental Clinic & Implant Centre 50
71. Sambalpur Sanjivani Family Hospital 51
72. Sangrur Sibla Health Care Pvt Ltd 52
73. Shimoga Sahyadri Narayana Multispeciality 53
74. Sikar Eye Care Hospital 54
75. Siliguri Centre for Eye Sight 55
76. Solan Apex Diagnostics 56
77. Sonepat Tulip Multispeciality Hospital Pvt Ltd 57
78. Sonepat Rama Multi Speciality Hospital 57
79. Surat Eye Q Vision Pvt Ltd 58
80. Taran Tarn Anand Heart & Multispeciality Hospital 59
81. Thalassery Indira Gandhi Cooperative Hospital 60
82. Tirupati Meghana Multispeciality Dental Hospital 61
83. Tirupur Revathi Medical Centre Tirupur India Pvt Ltd 62
84. Trivandrum Amardeep Eye Care 63
85. Vadodara Eye Q Super Speciality Eye Hospital 64

2.All the terms and conditions including fixation of rates payable to empanelled hospitals will be regulated under Govt of India, Ministry of Defence letter No. 22B(04)/2010/US(WE)/D(Res) dated 18 Feb 2011 and amended from time to time.

3.The rates for ECHS Hospital/Nursing Home, Dental Centres and Diagnostic Centres as approved by the Empowered Committee will be as per CGHS rates and will be notified by the Director, Regional Centre ECHS to all concerned including Polyclinics, SEMOs, CDA/PCDA and Central Organisation ECHS.

4.Empanelment of CGHS empanelled hospitals is subject to the hospital providing proof of its being a CGHS empanelled facility as on the date of signing MoA with ECHS.

5.CGHS empanelled medical facilities will be empanelled with ECHS for the period for which the facilities hod valid MoA with CGHS. The MoA will be extendable once CGHS renew the MoA with the medical facilities.

6.NABH accredited medical facilities will be empanelled with ECHS for the period of validity of NABH certificate and the MoA will be renewed once the medical facility is issued revalidation/renewed NABH certificate.

7. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Defence (Finance) vide their U.O. No. 34(05)/2010/Fin/Pen/Vol.IV dated 26-12-2017.

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(AR Kam)
Under Secretary to the Govt of India

Authority: www.desw.gov.in

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Revision of rates of subscription under Central Government Health Scheme due to revision of pay and allowances of Central Government employees and revision of pension/ family pension on account of implementation of recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission

7th CPC: MoH&FW removed monetary ceiling for direct consultation with Specialists in Central Government /State Government Municipal Hospitals

7thCPC-CGHS-Central-government-employees

No. S.11011/11/2016- CGHS (P)/EHS
Government of India
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
EHS Section
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi

Dated the 5th December, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Revision of rates of subscription under Central Government Health Scheme due to revision of pay and allowances of Central Government employees and revision of pension/ family pension on account of implementation of recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission.

The undersigned is directed to draw attention to Para 3 (F) of this Ministry’s OM No. 5.11011/16/2016-CGHS (P)/EHS, dated 09.01.2017 regarding monetary ceiling for direct consultation with specialist in Central Government/State Government/Municipal Hospitals, wherein it was mentioned that ”The monetary ceiling for determining the entitlement for direct consultation with Specialists in Central Government / State Government / Municipal Hospitals will continue at the existing rates until revision of the same after consultation with Ministry of Finance.”

2. The matter has been examined in consultation with Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance and it has been decided to remove monetary ceiling for direct consultation with Specialists in Central Government /State Government Municipal Hospitals and there is no bar on direct consultation with Specialists in Central Government/State Government/Municipal Hospitals.

3. Other contents of the above said OM will remain unchanged.

(Rajeev Attri)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

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Empanelment of Hospitals/Nursing Homes And – Diagnostic Centres For ECHS: DESW OM dated 05.12.2017

Empanelment of Hospitals/Nursing Homes And – Diagnostic Centres For ECHS: DESW OM dated 05.12.2017
No.22B(11)/2017/WE/D(Res-I)
Government Of India
Ministry of Defence
Dept of Ex-Servicemen Welfare

 

New Delhi the 05 December 2017

 

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

To,

The Managing Director

Central Organisation, ECHS

Maude Line, Delhi Cantt

Subject :- EMPANELMENT OF HOSPITALS /NURSING HOMES AND- DIAGNOSTIC CENTRES FOR ECHS
1. I am directed to state that in terms of the of Govt of India, Ministry, of Defence letter No 22B(04)/2010/US(WE)D(Res) dated 18 Feb 2011 and 22B(02)/2013/US(WE)D(Res) dated 18 Oct 2013, and 22B(02)/2013/US(WE)/D(Res) dated 24 Feb 2015 it has now been decided by the 11th Screening Committee for empanelment of Medical facilities with ECHS in its meeting held on 31 Aug 2017 under the chairmanship of MD ECHS to empanel 123 Private Hospitals/Nursing Homes and Diagnostic Laboratories for different specialities and procedures as per the list attached in the Annexure:-

Ser City Name of Hospitals Annexure No
1. Agra Purushottamdas Savitridevi Cancer Care & Research
Centre
1
2. Ahmedabad Krishna Shalby Hospital (A unit of -Shalby Ltd). 2
3. Ahmedabad Aashu Dental & Multispeciality Clinic 2
4. Aluva Rajagiri HOSpital (A Unit of Rajagiri Healthcare  and
Edutational Trust)
3
5. Ambala City MM Hospital 4
6. Amravati Shreenetralya Super Speciality Eye Hospital 5
7. Amritsar Nanda Hospital 6
8. Amritsar Dr Lal Path Labs Ltd- 6
9. Amritsar Care and Cure Medicity Hospital 7
10. Amritsar Jai Kamal Eye Hospital 7
11. Amritsar Medistar Hospital 7
12. Amritsar Vision plus Eye Hospital 8
13. Amritsar Neelkanth Hospital 8
14. Bangalore Columbia Asia Hospital (A Unit of columbia Asia
Hospitals Pvt Ltd)
9
15. Batala Bajwa Hospitals 10
16. Bathinda Chahal Hospital Pvt Ltd 11
17. Chandigarh Prime Diagnostic Centre and Heart Institute (a Unit of
Prime Diagnostic Centre Pvt Ltd
12
18. Chandigarh Neeraj Eye Hospital Pvt ltd 12
19.. Chandigarh Dharam Hospital 12
20. Charkhi Dadri Goyal Dental Clinic 13
21. Delhi Shri Bhagwan Diagnostic & Imaging Centre Pvt Ltd 14
22. Delhi Cygnus MLS Super Speciality Hospital (a unit of Cygnus
MLS Hospital Pvt Ltd)
14
23. New Delhi Rockland Hospital 15
24. New Delhi Artemis Hospital (A unit of Artemis Medicare Services
Ltd)
16
25. New Delhi Delhi Institute of Functional Imaging (A unit of
Chhaitanya Diagnostics Pvt Ltd)
16
26. New Delhi Bhagat Hospital (A unit of Bhagat Hospitals Pvt ltd) 17
27. New Delhi Bharti Eye Hospital 17
28. New Delhi Metropolis Healthcare Ltd 18
29. New Delhi Dr Ashok Dentistree 18
30. New Delhi Hi Tech Eye Centre 18
31.. Dhule Seva Super Speciality and Critical Care Centre 19
32. Ghaziabad Narinder Mohan Hospital & Heart Centre (A unit of
Narinder Mohan Foundation)
20
33. Goa SMRC’s VM Salgaocar Hospital 21
34. Greater Noida Green City Hospital (A unit of AAR AAR Medical Services
Pvt Ltd)
22
35. Noida Suraksha Diagnostic Pvt Ltd 23
36. Noida Noida MRI and Diagnostic Centre (Unit of SDS Healthcare
and Imaging Pvt Ltd)
23
37. Gurgaon Rockland Hospital 24
38. Gurgaon Modern Diagnostic and Research Centre Pvt Ltd 25
39. Gurgaon Modern Diagnostic and .Research Centre Pvt Ltd 26
40. Gurgaon Columbia Asia Hospital (A unit of Columbia Asia
Hospital Pvt Ltd)
27
41. Gurgaon Eye Q Super Speciality Eye Hospitals (A unit of Eye Q
Vision Pvt Ltd)
28
42. Haldwani Eye Q Super Speciality Hospitals (A unit of Eye Q
Vision Pvt Ltd)
29
43. Hisar Sarvodaya Multispeciality & Cancer Hospital. 30
44. Hisar Eye Q Super Speciality Eye Hospital (A unit of Eye Q
Vision Pvt Ltd)
30
45.. Hisar Dr Ram Narayan Soni Ortho Hospital 31
46 Hoshiarpur Thind Eye Hospital 32
47. Hyderabad Medivision Eye and Health Care Centre Pvt Ltd 33
48. Hyderabad Partha Dental (A unit of Partha Dental Care India Pvt
Ltd.)
33
49. Jabalpur Jabalpur Hospital & Research Centre 34
50. Jagadhari Aggarwal Hospital 35
51. Jaipur Ganadhipati Purushottam Shekhawati Hospital& Research
Centre
36
52. Jaipur Dr Goyal’s Path Lab & Imaging Centre 36
53. Jaipur Marudhar Hospital 37
54. Jaipur Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Hospital 38
55. Jaipur Adinath ENT & General Hospital 39
56. Jaipur Barala Hospital and Research Centre 39
57. Jaipur Rajat Imaging Centre 39
58. Jalandhar Kidney Hospital & Lifeline Medical Institutions 40
59. Jalandhar Dr Lal PathLabs Ltd 40
60. Jalandhar Karan Hospital 41
61. Jalandhar Dr Dang’s Nursing Home & Hospital 41
62. Jalandhar Oberoi Dental Clinic 42
63. Jalandhar Dr Harpreet Eye and Dental Care Centre 42
64. Jorhat Chandraprabha Eye Hospital 43
65. Kadapa Vijaya Super Speciality Dental Clinic 44
66. Kalyan Fortis Hospitals Ltd 45
67.. Kanpur Eye Q Vision Pvt Ltd 46
68. Karimnagar Partha Dental 47
69. Karnal Park Hospitals (A unit of DMR Hospitals Pvt Ltd) 48
70. Khammam Partha Dental 49
71. Khanna Jain Multispeciality Hospital 50
72. Kolkata Suraksha Diagnostic Pvt Ltd 51
73. Kolkata Metropolis Health care Ltd 51
74. Kolkata Charnock Hospitals Pvt Ltd 51
75. Lalitpur Nepal Cancer Hospital and Research Centre Pvt Ltd 52
76. Lucknow Raj Scanning Ltd 53
77. Lucknow Grover Dental & Medical Centre 53
78. Lucknow Eye Q Vision Pvt Ltd 53
79. Ludhiana Guru Teg Bahadar Sahib Charitable Hospital 54
80. Ludhiana Brar Eye Centre 54
81. Ludhiana Anurag Eye Centre 55
82. Ludhiana Ambay Eye Care Centre 55
83. Mahendergarh Ganga Devi Pandey Eye Hospital 56
84. Mathura Nayati Multi Super Speciality Hospital 57
85. Meerut Jindal Rehabilitation & Dental Centre 58
86. Meerut IIMT Life Line Hospital 58
87. Mohali Mayo Healthcare Super Speciality Hospital (A unit of
Chandigarh Healthcare Pvt Ltd)
59
88. Mohali Indus International Hospital 60
89. Mohali Sangam Netralaya 61
90. Mohali JP Hospital 61
91. Mountabu J Watmull Global Hospital & Research Centre 62
92. Mukerian Dashmesh Dental Clinic 63
93. Mumbai S.L. Raheja Hospital (A Fortis Associate) 64
94. Mumbai Fortis Hospitals Ltd 65
95. Navi Mumbai Hiranandani Hospital (A Fortis Associate Hospital) (a
unit of Hiranandani Healthcare Pvt Ltd)
66
96. Navi Mumbai Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd 67
97. Mysore Bharath Hospital & Institute of Oncology (A Unit of
Sada Sharada Tumor and Research Institute)
68
98. Nagpur Spandan Heart Institute and Research Centre (A unit of
Spandan Heart Institute and Research Centre India Pvt Ltd)
69
99. Narnaul Goyal Netra Chikitsalaya 70
100. Nashik Apollo Hospitals 71
101. Palwal Gamma Physio Care & Pain Relief Clinic 72
102. Patiala Garg Eye Hospital 73
103. Patna Ruban Emergency Hospital (A unit of Basudeo Health
Foundation Pvt ltd)
74
104. Pune Columbia Asia Hospital (A unit of Columbia Asia
Hospitals Pvt ltd)
75
105. Raipur Ramkrishna Care Hospital (Unit of Ramkrishna Care
Medical Sciences Pvt Ltd)
76
106. Rewari Riti Eye Care Hospital 77
107. Rohtak Dr Jale’s Life Care Hospital 78
108. Roorkee Eye Q Super Speciality Eye Hospitals 79
109. Salem Nathan Super Speciality Hospital 80
110. Sikar I Max Eye Care Hospital 81
111. Sikar SB Mittal Memorial Heart & Critical Care Hospital 81
112. Sonepat Haryana Multispeciality Hospital 82
113. Sonepat Satyakiran Healthcare Pvt Ltd 82
114. Sonepat Nawal Hospital and Trauma Centre 83
115. Srikakulam Dr Kamal Vilekar Multispeciality Dental Hospital 84
116. Srinagar Noora Hospital 85
117. Surat Medical Educational Trust Association Surat of Seventh
Day Adventist Hospital
86
118. Thane Wockhartdt Hospitals Ltd 87
119. Thrissur Daya General Hospital & Speciality Surgical Centre (A
unit of Medical Centre Trichur Ltd)
88
120.  . Trichy Apollo Speciality Hospital (a Unit of Apollo Hospitals
Enterprise Ltd)
89
121. Trivandrum Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences (A unit of KIMS
Health Care Management Ltd)
90
122.  . Vadodara New Vision Laser Centres (Rajkot) Pvt Ltd 91
123. Vrindavan BHRC-Dr Shroffs Eye Care Institute (Run by Dr Shroff’s
Charity Eye Hospital)
92
2. All the terms and conditions including fixation of rates payable to empanelled hospitals will be regulated under Govt of India, Ministry Of Defence letter No.22B(4)/2010/US(WE)/D(res) dated 18 Feb 2011 as amended from time to time.3. The rates for ECHS Hospital/Nursing Home, Dental Centres and Diagnostic Centres as approved by the Empowered Committee will be as per CGHS rates and will be notified by the Director, Regional Centre ECHS to all concerned including polyclinics, SEMOs, CDA/PCDA and Central Organisation ECHS.

4. Empanelment of CGHs empanelled hospitals is subject to the hospital providing proof of its being  CGHS empanelled facility as on the date of signing MoA with ECHS.

5. CGHS empanelled medical facilities will be empanelled with ECHS for the period for which the facilites hold valid MoA with CGHS. The MoA will be extendable once CGHS renews the MoA with the medical facilities.

6. NABH accredited medical facilities will be empanelled with ECHS for the period of validity of NABH certificate and the MoA will be renewed once the medical facility is issues revalidation/renewed NABH certificate.
7. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Defence (Finance) vide their U.O.No.34(05)/2010/Fin/Pen/Vol IV dated 28.11.2017.

(AK Karn)
Under Secretary to the Govt of India

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Revised rates of ECHS contribution and entitlement of Ward in Empanelled Hospitals Medical Facilities

Revised rates of ECHS contribution and entitlement of Ward in Empanelled Hospitals/Medical Facilities.Dated 29.12.2017.

Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare
Sena Bhavan, New Delhi

Dated 29th Dec., 2017

To,

The Chief of Army Staff
The Chief of Naval Staff
The Chief of Air Staff

Subject : Revised rates of ECHS contribution and entitlement of Ward in Empanelled Hospitals Medical Facilities.

Sir,

In supersession of the Government of India, Ministry of Defence letter No.22(16)/05/US/(WE)/D(Res) dated 19 July 2005 and dated August, 2011, I am directed to convey the sanction of the Government to revise rates of ECHS contribution to be paid by ESM and ward entitlement as under :

S.No. Category One time Contribution Ward Entitlement
(a) Recruit to Havs & equivalent in Navy

& AF

Rs.30,000/- General
(b) Nb Sub/Sub/Sub Maj or equivalent in Navy & AF

(including Hony Nb Sub/MACP Nb Sub and Hony Lt/Capt.

Rs.67,000/- Semi Private
(c) All

Officers

Rs.1,20,000/- Private

2. The revised order will be effective from the date of issue of this letter.

3. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Defence (Finance) vide their ID No.32(09)/2016/Fin/Pen dated 22-11-2017.Yours faithfully,

sd/-
(A.K.Karn)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

Authority: http://www.desw.gov.in/

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Corrigendum of contractual fees for the persons engaged at ECHS Polyclinics

Corrigendum of contractual fees for the persons engaged at ECHS Polyclinics

File No.22D(25)/2017/(WE)/D(Res-I)

Government of India
Ministry of Defence
(Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare

Sena Bhavan, New Delhi
Dated 20 November, 2017

To

The Chief of Army Staff
The Chief of Naval Staff
The Chief of Air Staff

CORRIGENDUM

Sir.

With reference to GOl Ministry of Defence letter No.22D(50)/2007 US(WE)/D(Res).Vol.-ll dated 3rd May 2016 and 22D(50)/2007/US(WE)/D(ResNol.-II dated 2nd June 2017, I am directed to convey the sanction of the Government for following amendments w.r.t. contractual fees for the persons engaged at ECHS Polyclinics in respect of the following categories:

S.No. Category For
Contractual fees (Rs. Per month)
Read
Contractual Fees (Rs. Per month)
Para Medical
1. Radiographer 22500 28100
2. Laboratory Technician 22500 28100
3 Laboratory Assistant 22500 28100
4 Physiotherapist 22500 28100
5 Pharmacist 22500 28100
6 Nursing Assistant 22500 28100
Para Dental
7 Dental Hygienist/ Dental Assistant/ Dental Technician 22500 28100
Clerks
8 Clerks (ECHS Branch EOI Nepal) 18000 22500
Driver
9 Driver 15750 19700
Other Non Medical Staff
10 Chowkidar 13455 16800
11 Female attendant 13455 16800
12 Peon 13455 16800
13 Safaiwala 13455 16800

2. The revised order will be effective from 16 August 2017.

3. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Defence (Finance) vide their Id No. 33(5)/2009/Fin/Pen dated 7-11-2017.

Yours faithfully,

(A.K. Karn)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

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Shortage of Doctors in Central Government Hospitals

Shortage of Doctors in Central Government Hospitals

As far as three Central Government Hospitals in Delhi viz. Safdarjung Hospital, Dr. RML Hospital and Lady Hardinge Medical College and Associated Hospitals, are concerned, the details are given below:

Name of the post Safdarjung Hospital LHMC & Associated Hospitals Dr. RML Hospital
Doctors 115 50 47
Resident Doctors 466 56 123
Nurses 172 131 229
Technicians 93 207 162
Other employees 168 113 437

Total vacancies filled during the last three years

Name of the post Safdarjung Hospital LHMC & Associated Hospitals Dr. RML Hospital
Doctors 123 138 267
Resident Doctors 1096 544 1516
Nurses 231 401 97
Non-medical employee 106 18 58

In case of doctors, every year, on the basis of vacancies projected by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts Combined Medical Services Examination for recruitment of Medical officers of GDMO sub-cadre of Central Health Services. For filling up of vacant posts belonging to Specialists sub-cadres of Central Health Service, requisitions are also sent to UPSC. Based on the recommendations received from UPSC, candidates are given offer of appointment. Pending recommendations from UPSC, concerned units are permitted to make contractual appointments against the vacant posts, as a stop-gap arrangement, in public interest, till the time regular incumbent joins the post.

The rest of the vacant posts other than the doctors are filled as per the requirement of the respective Hospitals in terms of Recruitment Rules on regular basis, through contractual appointment as a stop-gap arrangement and on outsource basis on the basis of approval received from the Ministry.

The Minister of State (Health and Family Welfare), Sh Ashwini Kumar Choubey stated this in a written reply in the Lok Sabha here today.

PIB

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CGHS Orders : Procedure for Referral to Recognized hospitals – No. S-11011/6/96-CGHS (P) dated 11/7/1997

GHS Orders : Procedure for Referral to Recognized hospitals – No. S-11011/6/96-CGHS (P) dated 11/7/1997

Text of MH & FW O.M. No. S-11011/6/96-CGHS (P) dated 11/7/1997.

Procedure for Referral to Recognized hospitals Simplified.

In supersession of this Ministry’s Office Memorandum of even number, dated 21/6/1996 on the above subject and keeping in view the inconvenience being faced by the CGHS beneficiaries, it has been decided that :

1. The beneficiaries will have to option of availing specialized treatment at CGHS recognized hospital of his/her choice after a specialist of CGHS/Government hospital recommends for the same. A certificate regarding non-availibility of beds in Government hospital would not be required. The terms “Government hospital” would include any hospital of a State Government/Government Departments such as Railway, Atomic Energy Commission etc., as also hospitals of Public Sector Undertakings (such as those of the Steel Authority of India Limited/Coal India Limited, etc.)

2. In non-emergency cases, once the recommendation (regarding line of treatment) of a CGHS specialist or a specialist of a hospital of Central/State Government/a Public Sector Undertaking has been obtained, the procedure for obtaining Administrative approval would be as follows:

In case of serving Government servants, after the Specialist advises a procedure in writing, the permission letter for taking such treatment in a CGHS recognized private hospital/referral hospital of choice in the same city, would be given by the parent Department/Office of the employee.

In case of Pensioners, (including Ex-MPs, Former Governors, etc.), after the initial advice of a specialist has been obtained, the permission letter for such treatment would be given by the CMO Incharge of the concerned CGHS dispensary, but the bill would be raised in the name of Additional Director, CGHS concerned, as in the case of pensioners, the payment is to be made by CGHS directorate.

In case of a medical emergency, the details of which shall be recorded in writing by the CMO Incharge of the CGHS dispensary, the CMO concerned by directly (i.e., even before specialist’s advice has been obtained) refer the CGHS beneficiary to a private recognized hospital for further management / treatment.

The expenditure to be reimbursed by the parent department/office/CGHS Directorate, as the case may be, would be restricted to the package deal rates/rates approved by the Government from time to time. The expenditure in excess of the approved rates/package deal would have to be borne by the beneficiary himself/herself.

In case the beneficiary, in spite of the facility being available in the city still chooses to get treatment in CGHS recognized institutions in another city, permission may be given, but in such cases T.A/D.A would have to be borne by the beneficiary himself/herself.

For availing treatment outside the city of residence of a beneficiary, the permission of Director/Additional Director/Joint Director of the city have to be obtained.

2. These orders will be applicable from the date of issue.

3. This issues with the approval of Joint Secretary & FA vide his Dy. No. 3110 dated 10/6/1997.

Authority: http://www.cghs.gov.in/

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Registering of Email IDs of CGHS beneficiaries

Registering of Email IDs of CGHS beneficiaries

F.N. 44-42/2016/MCTC/CGHS/2451-83
Monitoring Computerization and Training Cell
Directorate of CGHS
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
CGHS Building Kalibari , New Delhi 110001

Dated: 17/11/2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: - Registering of Email IDs of CGHS beneficiaries

With the objective of further strengthening the services to CGHS beneficiaries it has been decided to provide following e-services to the beneficiaries through ernails

  • Prescription by Medical Officer at the VVC
  • Intimation of medicines issued by Pharmacy
  • Intimation of medicines indented
  • Intimation of issue of indented medicines
  • OTP to book online appointment
  • Confirmation/ cancellation of online appointment
  • Permission letter for procedures/ investigations etc.

In order to enable above services. it is required that email ids of all CGHS beneficiaries are registered with CGHS.

A beneficiary can visit CMO In change of parent Wellness Centre to get his/her email id registered with CGHS or can himself/herself register It by logging on to CGHS portal cahs.nic.in through following steps

  • Visit CGHS Portal cghs.nic.in
  • Click beneficiary login
  • Enter your Ben Id, password and sign in
  • Click Update Email
  • Enter OTP sent on your registered Mobile
  • Enter your email ID
  • Update your email ID
  • Similarly email ID for other family members can be updated

Vide publicity to this notice may be given through verbal communication and display at the notice boards of Wellness Centers.

Authority: http://cghs.gov.in

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CGHS : Extension of Empanelment of AYUSH Hospitals/Centers under CGHS and CS (MA) Rules for Ayurveda, Unani and yoga & Naturopathy treatments/Procedures till 15.12.2017

CGHS : Extension of Empanelment of AYUSH Hospitals/Centers under CGHS and CS (MA) Rules for Ayurveda, Unani and yoga & Naturopathy treatments/Procedures till 15.12.2017

F.No.S.11011/90/2016-CGHS (HEC/ Ayush)

Government of India
Ministry of Health & family welfare
Directorate General of Central Government Health Scheme

Nirman Rhavari, New Delhi
Dated: 9th November, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Extension of Empanelment of AYUSH Hospitals/Centers under CGHS and CS (MA) Rules for Ayurveda, Unani and yoga & Naturopathy treatments/Procedures till 15.12.2017.

Reference is invited to the O.M. dated 24.07.2017 by which empanelment of Ayush hospitals under CGHS was extended till 31.10.2017.In furtherance to that O.M. undersigned is directed to state that all existing empanelled gush hospitals under CGHS would further remain empanelled till 15.12.2017 on same terms and conditions on which they were empanelled vide O.M. dated 01.10.2015.

This issues with the approval of AS DO (CGHS).

S/d,
(Dr.D.C.Joshi)
Director (CGHS)
Tel.No.011-23062800

Signed Copy

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Empanelment of Private hospitals under CGHS Jaipur

Empanelment of Fortis Escorts Hospital under CGHS Jaipur regarding

Government of India
Central Government Health Schemes
Kendirya Sadan Parisar, ‘B’ Block,
Ground Floor, Sector-10, Vidyadhar Nagar, Jaipur – 302039

No.CGHS/JPR/ RPH&DC/2017(Admn.)/8722-44

Dated: 26-07-2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : Empanelment of Private hospitals under CGHS Jaipur

With reference to letter F.No. S-11045/36/2012-CGHS(HEC) dated 16th October, 2015 allowing benefit of continuous empanelment scheme to NABH/NABL accredited Health Care Organisation / Diagnostic Centres [HCOs] under CGHS, the undersigned is directed to convey that in addition to the list of the hospitals (including dental clinics & eye centres) and diagnostic laboratories already empanelled following Health Care Organization (HCO) has also been empanelled under CGHS Jaipur with the issuance of this order. The newly empanelled Health Care Organisation may be treated as included in the existing list of empanelled HCOs under CGHS Jaipur with the same terms and conditions as have been indicated in the Office Memorandum dated 14.11.2014. from the date of the issue of this pm to 16.08.2017.

S. No Name of the HCOs/ DC Address
& Tel. No.
NABH /Non-NABH Facilities Empanalled for
01 Fortis Escorts Hospital Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur-302017 (Raj.)

TeI.No. 254 7000 E-mail contactus.jaipur [at] forlishealthcare. com

Empanelled w.e.f. 26.07.2017.

NABH

w.e.f. 16.06.2014 to 14.08.2017

NABL

w.e.f. 02.09.2016 to 01.09.2018


Imaging/ Radiology will be treated as Non-NABL

Anaesthesiology, Cardiac Anaesthesia, Cardiology (invasive and Non invasive) Cardiothoracic Surgery, Clinical Psychology, Critical Care (Adult, Paediatrics, Neonate), Dentistry, Ear Nose and Throat, Endocrine Surgery, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology {Adult and Paediatric], General Surgery, GI Surgery & Bariatric Surgery. Hand Micro Surgery. internal Medicine, Medical Oncology, Nephrology including Dialysis, Neurology (Adult & Paediatrics] Neurosurgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, including infertility, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedic (including Joint Replacement Surgeries), Paediatric Cardiology, Paediatric Surgery, Paediatrics and Neonatology, Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery, Psychiatry (Only OPD), Renal Transplant, Respiratory Medicine, Rheumatology, Skin & Venereal Diseases, Sports injury Management, Surgical Oncology. Urology and all other available facilities.

Source: CGHS

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Simplification of procedure for treatment at private hospitals empanelled under CGHS/CS (MA) Rules,1944

Simplification of procedure for treatment at private hospitals empanelled under CGHS/CS (MA) Rules,1944

Z 15025/105/2017/DIR/CGHS/EHS

Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare EHS Section

Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated the 9th November,2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Simplification of procedure for treatment at private hospitals empanelled under CGHS/CS (MA) Rules, 1944

With reference to the above mentioned subject the undersigned is directed to state that this Ministry has been receiving representations for simplification of procedure for undergoing treatment at private hospitals empanelled under CGHS. The matter has been examined and it has now been decided that CGHS beneficiaries are allowed to undergo treatment at private hospitals empanelled under CGHS of specific treatment procedures listed under CGHS rate list are advised by a Specialist in a Central Government / State Govt. Specialist hospital or a CGHS Medical Officer without any requirement of any other referral (permission) letter.

2. Private empanelled hospitals shall perform the treatment on cashless basis in respect of pensioners, ex-MPs, Freedom Fighters, Regular employees {both CGHS and CS (MA) beneficiaries} of this Ministry & other categories of CGHS beneficiaries, who are presently eligible for credit facility and shall enclose the prescription issued by Government Specialist or a CGHS Medical Officer, in original (or a self-attested photocopy) along with the hospital bill submitted to the competent authorities.

3. Serving government employees shall enclose the prescription issued by a Government Specialist or a CGHS Medical Officer in original (or a self-attested photocopy), while submitting the medical claim to the concerned Ministry /department/office for reimbursement.

4. CGHS Medical Officer / Government Specialist shall not refer the beneficiaries to any particular empanelled hospital by name but, shall specify the treatment procedure and mention ‘referred to any CGHS empanelled centre’.

5.These orders are applicable only in respect of treatment procedures for which CGHS rates are available.

6.This issue with the concurrence of IFD vide FTS No. 3130849, dated 09.11.2017.

S/d,
[Sunil Kumar Gupta]
Under Secretary to Government of India
Tel- 011-2306 1986

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CS(MA) Rules 1944 Renewal of name of the AMA for the treatment of Central Govt. Employees and Members of their family for the period from 01.08.2017 to 31.07.2018

CS(MA) Rules 1944 Renewal of name of the AMA for the treatment of Central Govt. Employees and Members of their family for the period from 01.08.2017 to 31.07.2018

List of Authorised Medical Attendants (AMA) in Kolkata and its adjoining Municipalities

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES’
WELFARE CO-ORDINATION COMMITTEE, KOLKATA’
Aayakar Bhawan, 2nd floor, Room No.2/38, P-7, Chowringhee Square, Kolkata-700069

E-mail ID : Secretarycgewcc@gmail.com
Phone No-2213-6892

CIRCULAR 1/2017-18

AMA-1

Sub: CS(MA) Rules 1944 Renewal of name of the AMA for the treatment of Central Govt. Employees and Members of their family for the period from 01.08.2017 to 31.07.2018

In terms of Ministry of Health & Family Planning’s (Department of Health) instruction contained in O.M. No. 9-14025/133/79-MS dated 28.05.1982 and C & A.G. Circular No. 445-Audit/17/III-90 (86) dated 10.08.1990 and as per Rule 2A (iv) of the CS(MA) Rules 1944, the name of the Private Medical Practitioners, as mentioned in Annexure-AMA1, are hereby renewed as Authorised Medical Attendant during the normal working hours for the treatment of the Central Govt. Employees and members of their family stationed at, or passing through, Kolkata and its adjoining Municipalities (as shown against each AMA) which are not covered by CGHS for a period of one year, i.e., from 01.08.2017 to 31.07.2018.

Annexure-1 contains the names of the Authorised Medical Attendents who were empanelled during the year 2016-17, but have not submitted application for renewal as A.M.A. for the year 2017-18, and have expressed their unwillingness to continue. Accordingly, their names are hereby removed from the list of Authorised Medical Attendants for the year 2017-18.

(IMPORTANT NOTE FOR THE AMAs TO BE OBSERVED STRICTLY)

1. AMAs are requested to submit applications for renewal at least 3 months before the date of expiry of the present term. The CGEWCC reserves the right to delete any name due to non-receipt of application for renewal in time.

2.AMAs are requested not to prescribe medicines for more than 3 to 4 days at a time. However, in case of 3 or 4 consultations the treatment should be restricted to maximum period of ten days. The fees for consultation and injection should be taken as per G.I.M.H. O.M. No. S-14025/10/2010-MS dated 17.03.2011 of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (Department of Health) New Delhi.

3.Any change in address / degree etc. should be intimated immediately with documentary evidence. In case of death of AMA, intimation has to be sent to the Secretary, CGEWCC,Kolkata by the nearest relative of the AMA with a copy of death certificate.

sd/-
(BISHNUPADA MONDAL)
SECRETARY,
CENTRAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES’ WELFARE
CO-ORDINATION COMMITTEE, KOLKATA

Annexure AMA-I
For the year 2017-18

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Grant of Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA) to the Armed Forces Pensioners/ Family Pensioners in such cases where date of retirement is prior to 01.04.2003 and who had opted not to avail medical facilities at OPD of Armed Forces Hospitals/ MI Rooms and are not members of ECHS

PCDA Circular 586 : Fixed Medical Allowance to the Armed Forces Pensioners

Office of the Principal CDA(Pensions)

Circular No. 586

Draupadi Ghat, Allahabad- 211014
Dated: 25th September, 2017

To,

The Chief Accountant, RBI, Deptt. Of Govt. Bank Accounts, Central office C-7, Second Floor, Bandre- Kurla Complex, P B No. 8143, Bandre East Mumbai 400051

All CMDs, Public Sector Banks including IDBI Bank
Nodal Officers, ICICl/ HDFC/ AXIS/ IDBI Banks
Managers, All CPPCs
Military and Air Attache, Indian Embassy, Kathmandu, Nepal
The PCDA (WC), Chandigarh
The CDA (PD), Meerut
The CDA, Chennai
The Director of Treasuries, All States
The Pay and Accounts Officer, Delhi Administration, RK Puram and Tis Hazari, New Delhi
The Pay and Accounts Office, Govt of Maharashtra, Mumbai
The Post Master Kathua (J&K)
The Post Master Camp Bell Bay
The Pr. Pay and Accounts Officer, Andaman and Nicobar Administration, Port Blair

Subject: Grant of Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA) to the Armed Forces Pensioners/ Family Pensioners in such cases where date of retirement is prior to 01.04.2003 and who had opted not to avail medical facilities at OPD of Armed Forces Hospitals/ MI Rooms and are not members of ECHS.

Reference: 1). This office Circular No. 544 dated 04.06.2015, Circular No. 451 dated 21.02.2011 and Circular No. 208 dated 27.07.1998

2). GOI, MoD letter No. 1(10)/2009-D(Pen/Policy) dated 29th August 2017.

Copy of GOI, MoD letter No. 1(10)/2009-D(Pen/Policy) dated 29th August, 2017 on the above subject, which is self-explanatory, is forwarded herewith as annexure to this circular for further necessary action at your end.

2. In terms of Para-1 of GOI, MOD letter dated 29th August’ 2017, the fixed medical allowance has been enhanced from Rs.500/- pm to Rs. 1000/- pm with effect from 01.07.2017. Ex-Servicemen who retired after 01.04.2003 have to become member of ECHS compulsorily and are not eligible to draw Fixed Medical Allowance. However, Pre-01.04.2003 retirees have the option of either joining the Scheme or draw Fixed Medical Allowance as per the extant rates.

3.The other conditions for grant of Fixed Medical Allowance as brought out in this Office Circular No. 208 dated 27.07.1998 quoted under reference shall continue to be in force. PDAs are requested to please review the cases and revise the Fixed Medical Allowance in all the affected cases accordingly.

4. This circular has been uploaded on this office website www.pcdapension.nic.in for dissemination to all alongwith Defence pensioners and Pension Disbursing Agencies.

No. Grants/Tech /0164/III

Dated: 25th September, 2017

S/d,
(Nasim Ullah)
Asst. Controller (P)

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The Complete List of CGHS Covered Cities and their Website Links

The Complete List of CGHS Covered Cities and their Website Links

Eligibility for joining CGHS and Facilities available under CGHS

Eligibility for joining CGHS

All Central Govt. employees drawing their salary from Central Civil Estimates and their dependant family members residing in CGHS covered areas.

Central Govt. Pensioners/family pensioners receiving pension from central civil estimates and their eligible dependent family members.

Facilities available under CGHS

OPD Treatment including issue of medicines.

Specialist Consultation at Polyclinic/Govt. Hospitals.

Indoor Treatment at Government and Empanelled Hospitals.

Investigations at Government and Empanelled Diagnostic centers.

Cashless facility available for treatment in empanelled hospitals and diagnostic centers for Pensioners and other identified beneficiaries.

Reimbursement of expenses for treatment availed in Govt. /Private Hospitals under emergency.

Reimbursement of expenses incurred for purchase of hearing aids, artificial limbs, appliances etc. as specified.

Family Welfare, Maternity and Child Health Services.

Medical consultation and dispensing of medicines in Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Unani and Siddha system of medicines (AYUSH)

No. City Name
Website Link
1. AHMADABAD
Click Here
2. ALLAHABAD
3. BENGALURU
4. BHOPAL
Click Here
5. BHUBANESHWAR
6. CHANDIGARH
Click Here
7. CHENNAI
8. DEHRADUN
Click Here
9. DELHI & NCR
10. GUWAHATI
Click Here
11. HYDERABAD
12. INDORE
Click Here
13. JABALPUR
Click Here
14. JAIPUR
15. JAMMU
Click Here
16. KANPUR
17. KOLKATA
18. LUCKNOW
Click Here
19. MEERUT
20. MUMBAI
21. NAGPUR
Click Here
22. PATNA
Click Here
23. PUNE
Click Here
24. RANCHI
Click Here
25. SHIMLA
Click Here
26. SHILLONG
Click Here
27. THIRUVANATHAPURAM

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Suspension of empanelment of Rockland Hospital, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi under CGHS

Rockland Hospital, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi under CGHS: Suspension of Empanelment

F. No: 4-3/2017/CGHS/VC
Government of India
Directorate General of Central Govt. Health Scheme
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
(Hospital Empanelment Cell)

Maulana Azad Road, Nirman Bhawan
New Delhi 110 011, dated the 09.10.2017

OFFICE ORDER

 

Subject: Suspension of empanelment of Rockland Hospital, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi under CGHS.

With reference to the above mentioned matter, the undersigned is directed to draw attention to the Office Memorandum No. S-11045/36/2012-CGHS (HEC) dated 01.10.2014 vide which Rockland Hospital, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi was empanelled under CGHS and to state that Rockland Hospital, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi was asked to submit reply to a show cause notice issued regarding permission letter obtained by the hospital for treatment of one CGHS pensioner beneficiary in the hospital. However, the reply submitted by the hospital has not been found to be satisfactory and so it has been decided to suspend empanelment of Rockland Hospital, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi from CGHS with immediate effect for a period of three months or till further orders.

The CGHS beneficiaries already admitted in the hospital for treatment prior to the issue of this order shall continue to be provided treatment at CGHS rates till their discharge within a period of 7 days. Bill of patients discharged after 7 days of issue of this order shall be submitted with proper justification for consideration by CGHS.

Sd/-
Dr. D. C. Joshi
Director CGHS

Source: http://cghs.gov.in/

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