Sunday, July 9, 2017

Now Free treatment at Private hospitals *

Delhi Government has tied up with 41 private hospitals of Delhi for the Surgeries of Patients to be referred by the Govt Hospitals of Delhi. Normally if one visits a Govt Hospital, he has to wait for months for his turn & he is forced to visit a Private hospital and pay the huge amounts for the treatment. Now onward, if a Govt hospital gives a date, (as understood, hope no conditions attached ), of more than one month period, the patient can visit some of the designated private hospitals for the treatment. 52 types of   surgeries including the Heart By pass as well as Breast cancer have been included in it.  Delhi Govt will reimburse these private hospitals at Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) rates for the complete treatment. Moreover, it will including pre-surgery consultation, surgery, medicines, food and hospital stay, and follow-ups for a month after discharge.
List of surgeries that can be done at private hospitals :
1. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy: Minimally invasive gall bladder removal
2. Thyroid surgery: Surgery performed to treat nodules and cancer of thyroid and hyperthyroidism
3. Haemorrhoidectomy: Surgery to remove haemorrhoids, swollen and inflamed veins in the rectum and anus
4. Stapled Haemorrhoidectomy: Procedure to remove abnormally enlarged hemorrhoidal tissue and repositioning the remaining hemorrhoidal tissue back to its normal position
5. Haemorrhoidectomy + Fissurectomy: Surgery to remove haemorrhoids along with repair of a tear in the lining of the anus
6. Fissurectomy: Surgery to repair a tear in the lining of the anus
7. Fistula High End: Surgery to repair abnormal connection between organs above the anorectal ring, muscular structure between anus and rectum
8. Fistula Low End: Surgery to repair abnormal connection between organs below the anorectal ring, muscular structure between anus and rectum
9. Appendectomy (Laparoscopic): Surgery to remove the appendix
10. Excision of Pilonidal Sinus With Flap Cover: Surgery to remove an abnormal skin growth at the tailbone that contains hair and skin and covering the area with a skin flap
11. Excision of Pilonidal Sinus with Primary Closure: Surgery to remove an abnormal skin growth at the tailbone that contains hair and skin and suturing the wound
12. Thyroidectomy (Total/Subtotal): Surgery to remove part or all of the thyroid gland
13. Breast Lumpectomy: Surgery to remove cancerous lumps from the breast
14. Cataract with IOL with Tension Rings: Cataract removal surgery
15. Mastoidectomy: Surgery to remove diseased cells of mastoid bone in inner ear
16. Tonsillectomy: Surgery to remove tonsils
17. Tympanoplasty: Surgery to repair eardrum
18. Septoplasty: Surgery to correct deviated septum, the cartilage diving the two nostrils
19. Nasal Polyps/Sinusitis (Fess) – Unilateral: Surgery to remove non-cancerous growth within the nose
20. Nasal Polyps/Sinusitis (Fess) – Bilateral: Surgery to remove non-cancerous growth inside the nose
21. Cortical Mastoidectomy with Myringoplasty: Surgery to remove mastoid cells without affecting the middle ear along with closure of perforation in eardrums
22. Peritonsillar Abscess Drainage: Surgery to drain pus near the tonsils
23. Septoplasty + Turbinoplasty/Conchaplasty: Surgery to correct deviated septum along with reduction of turbinate bone that protrudes into the breathing passage
24. Myringotomy with Grommet Insertion: Surgery to insert a small tube in the eardrum to drain a thick sticky fluid from behind the eardrum
25. CABG: Heart bypass
26. PCNL – Unilateral: Minimally-invasive procedure to remove stones from the kidney by a small puncture wound through the skin
27. PCNL – Bilateral: Minimally-invasive procedure to remove stones from the kidney by a small puncture wound through the skin
28. Cystoscopy (therapeutic): A scope inserted through the urethra and into the bladder to check its insides
29. Prostate (TURP): Surgery used to treat urinary problems due to an enlarged prostate
30. Kidney stone removal

This can be called a Historic decision of the Delhi Govt as on the one hand, patients will get the Free Treatment, on the other hand, private hospitals won't be able to LOOT the patients as they will be paid at the fixed charges as approved by the CGHS. Hope that no preconditions are attached to the entire process. 

List of 41 Private hospitals is as below :

  • Delhi Heart and Lung Institute, Panchkuian Road

  • Jeewan Nursing Home and Hospital, Pusa Road

  • Jeewan Mala Hospital, New Rohtak Road

  • Dr BL Kapur Memorial Hospital, Pusa Road

  • Tirath Ram Shah Charitable Hospital, Rajpur Road

  • Metro Hospital and Cancer Institute, Preet Vihar

  • Jeevan Anmol Hospital, Mayur Vuhar Phase I

  • Dharamashila Hospital and Research Centre, Vasundhara Enclave

  • Goyal Hospital and Urology Centre, Krishna Nagar

  • Deepak Memorial Hospital, Vikas MArg Ext II

  • Khandelwal Hospital and Urology Centre, East Krishna Nagar

  • Jain Hospital, Jagriti Enclave

  • Primus Superspeciality Hospital, Chanakya Puri

  • Indian Spinal Injury Centre, Vasant Kunj

  • Saroj Hospital and Heart Institute, Rohini

  • Bhagwati Hospital, Rohini

  • Max Superspeciality Hospital, Shalimar Bagh

  • Batra Hospital and Medical Research Centre, Tughlakabad Instt Area

  • Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre, Okhla

  • National Heart Institute, East of Kailash

  • Metro Hospital and Heart Institute, Lajpat Nagar IV

  • Bansal Hospital, New Friends Colony

  • Visitech Eye Care, South Extn Part II

  • Dr Pattnaik’s Laser eye Institue, Lajpat Nagar III

  • Shroff Eye Centre, Kailash Colony

  • Rockland Hospital, Qutub Instt Area

  • Venu Eye Institute and Research Institute, Sheikh Sarai, Institutional Area Ph II

  • Max Smart Superspeciality Hospital, Saket

  • Max Multispeciality Centre, Panchsheel Park

  • Maharaja Agrasen Hospital, Punjabi Bagh

  • Mata Channan Devi Hospital, Janak Puri

  • Park Hospital, Chowkhandi

  • Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute, Pashchim Vihar

  • Action Cancer Hospital, Paschim Vihar

  • MGS Hospital, Punjabi Bagh

  • Dr Kapur’s The Healing Touch Eye Centre, Vikas Puri

  • RLKC Hospital Metro Heart Institute, Shadipur Depot

  • Bharti Eye Foundation, 1/3 East Patel Nagar

  • Panchasheel Hospital, Yamuna Vihar

  • PC Stone, East of Kailash

In our opinion, Delhi Govt must enhance its own resources in such a way that all kind of surgeries could be done in the Govt Hospitals itself so that nothing is to be paid to the Private hospitals, resulting into no burden on the general public. 
They can also hire the OT's & other facilities of the Private hospitals, for surgeries by the Doctors of the Govt hospitals, to save the costs.


B S Vohra

Social Activist 

Plz check the official list of Hospitals & Surgeries covered from the Delhi Govt Hospitals. We have compiled the Details from various sources.

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