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Delhi Govt ties up with private hospitals to facilitate 30 procedures, Check out the List


Delhi Govt ties up with private hospitals to facilitate 30 procedures, Check out the List

New Delhi: To reduce the long queues and months long waitings  for surgeries at the government hospitals in the capital, the Delhi Government has now tied up with 41 NABH accredited private hospitals in Delhi to facilitate 30 surgical procedures

“We have tied up with several big private hospitals in the city to reduce the backlog in our hospitals. If the patient gets a surgery date over a month later, they will be automatically referred to these hospitals,” Delhi health minister Satyendar Jain informed Hindustan Times.

As per the tie-up, patients would be referred to these hospitals from the delhi government hospitals for various surgical procedures. The government will then reimburse these hospitals at CGHS rates for the complete treatment

HT adds that the service has been strictly limited to the residents of Delhi. ” The person will only have to provide a residence proof – Aadhaar card, voter card, passport, driving license or birth certificate – to benefit from this scheme,” Jain said.

Thirty Delhi government hospitals will be allowed to give referrals for these surgeries, with the exception of heart bypass — for which GB Pant Hospital will be the sole authority.

The government will also provide free orthopaedic implants to patients at the Guru Teg Bahadur, Lok Nayak, Baba Saheb Ambedkar and Deendayal Upadhayay hospitals adds the daily.

Here’s the list of surgeries that will be done at private centres:

1. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy

2. Thyroid surgery

3. Haemorrhoidectomy

4. Stapled Haemorrhoidectomy

5. Haemorrhoidectomy + Fissurectomy

6. Fissurectomy

7. Fistula High End

8. Fistula Low End

9. Appendectomy (Laparoscopic):

10. Excision of Pilonidal Sinus With Flap Cover

11. Excision of Pilonidal Sinus with Primary Closure

12. Thyroidectomy (Total/Subtotal)

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




Source: with inputs
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    Dr.PSVTRK. Paramahamsa March 5, 2017, 7:43 pm

    nice decission to improve health practice

  2. Source not mentioned? i wanted to read from the source too

  3. Charges should be little better.CGHS rates are ridiculous.

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    Shrigopal Soni March 3, 2017, 8:24 am

    It is less cumbersome than Rajasthan Bhamashah scheme.
    Under the bhamashah scheme of Rajastha process is complicated, a family has to enrol for that in the record of state govt, the card carries prominent photo of chief minister of Rajasthan, the claim is subjected to whims and caprices (euphemistically called conditions) of insurance company.
    At least 10 advocates are hired against me during last one decade by said insurance company.