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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Referral of CGHS beneficiaries to empanelled Super-Specialty Hospitals



No.S.11011/23/2009-CGHS D.II/Hospital Cell(Part I)
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
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Maulana Azad Road, Nirman Bhawan
New Delhi 110 108 dated the 7th February 2011

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:     Referral of CGHS beneficiaries to empanelled Super-Specialty Hospitals

       With reference to the subject mentioned above, the undersigned is directed to state that several representations have been received from CGHS beneficiaries regarding problems faced by them in obtaining permission to undergo treatment at Super-Specialty hospitals. The matter has been reviewed and it has now been decided to simplify the procedure for obtaining treatment from CGHS empanelled super-specialty hospitals .Attention is drawn to para 6.2 of office memorandum of even number dated 17th August 2010 wherein it was stated that

"CGHS beneficiaries have, so far, been the option to get themselves treated in any hospital of their choice. However, in view of the increased outgo on getting treatment in super-specialty hospitals, it has now been decided that CGHS beneficiaries desirous of getting treated in super-specialty hospitals, in non-emergency conditions, prior approval of the concerned Additional Director, CGHS would have to be obtained".


The above mentioned procedure is modified to read as follows:

"CGHS beneficiaries have, so far, been the option to get themselves treated in any hospital of their choice. However, in view of the increased outgo on getting treatment in super-specialty hospitals, it has now been decided that CGHS beneficiaries desirous of getting treated in super-specialty hospitals, in non-emergency conditions, prior approval of the concerned Chief Medical Officer-in-Charge, of the CGHS Wellness Centre would have to be obtained."

                                                                                      Sd/-
                                                                                    (R.Ravi)
                                                                                     Director

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2 comments:

Shiwalik said...

We are not ready to go either Panchkula or Bhopal but we are fighting for promotion up to Gr. 'A', i.e., Assistant Commissioner. We already know that Gr.'A' post carries an all India transfer condition. AICEIA is more eager to take up these trivial matter but it is silent on the stagnation faced by the CE cadre in whole from the beginning. Not only AICEIA accepted to salute a junior Examiner or PO but also to accept the dictatorship of IRS cadre.
This situation is called "agree to differ" that means we want more perks but do'nt want to take more responsibility. If any staff is aggrieved, he can pursue it at all levels for justice but here one wants to remain at only one place like a large stone in a river.
The mentality of these staff colleagues insisted to grab 'IN SITU" benefit scheme which gives all perks but no transfer from the zone. We are in hurry to be called horses but still agree to work as donkeys.
Please let go through the CR of IT department which clarifies that why they do'nt require any'IN SITU" benefit scheme. When 1980-85 Inspectors of IT department are getting regular/normal promotion as JC/ADC after this CR 2010 but we are still fighting for a dejected offer of "IN SITU" benefit scheme.

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