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Haryana to empanel 23 pvt hospitals for treatment of state employees

chandigarh Updated: Jun 26, 2013 16:07 IST
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Haryana government has decided to empanel 23 private hospitals for the treatment of State government employees, pensioners and their dependents.

Stating this here today, a spokesman for the Health Department said that all these empanelled hospitals would provide treatment to the employees in the event of a life threatening emergency without asking for deposition of the cost of treatment in advance. The patient would pay the dues
before discharge from the hospital. However, the hospital would verify the identity of the employee or his dependent to avoid impersonation.

He said that these hospitals included Fortis Hospital,sector-62, Mohali, Metro Heart Hospital, Sector-16A,Faridabad, Maharaja Agrasen Hospital and Charitable Trust,Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi, Artemis Medicare Services Limited,Gurgaon, Asian Institute of Medical Science, Faridabad,Jaipur Golden Hospital, 2-Institutional Area, Rohini, Delhi,M.M. Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Mullana,Ambala, Paras Hospital, Gurgaon.

Pushpanjali Hospital, Gurgaon, Delhi Heart and Lung Institute, New Delhi, Alchemist Hospital, Panchkula, NCJ Jindal Institute of Medical Care and Research, Model Town,Hisar, Mirpur Institute of Medical Sciences, Rewari, Shri Bala Ji Action Medical Institute, New Delhi, Rajan Hospital Yamunanagar, Drishti Eye Hospital, Panchkula, Kalyani Hospital Private Limited, Gurgaon, National Heart Institute,New Delhi, Mukat Hospital and Heart Institute, Chandigarh,Navedic Prosthetic Centre, Zirakpur, Punjab, Superb MRI and CT Scan Centre, Sector-8C, Chandigarh, Medanta the Medicity Global Health Private Limited, Gurgaon and Batra Hospital and Medical Research Centre, Tughlakabad Institutional Area,New Delhi, are the other hospital included.