List of private hospitals where Delhi govt will provide 30 surgeries for free
The Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi has tied with 30 private hospitals to provide 30 surgical procedures free of cost. Patients visiting Delhi government hospitals have to wait anywhere between three months and two years to undergo these surgeries.
The Delhi government has tied with 41 private hospitals in Delhi to facilitate 30 surgeries free of charge for patients referred by government hospitals in the Capital.
To check the surgeries which will be provided free of cost, click here: Delhi govt ties up with private hospitals: The 30 surgeries you can get for free
The government will reimburse these National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers-accredited hospitals at Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) rates for the complete treatment.
It will including pre-surgery consultation, surgery, medicines, food and hospital stay, and follow-ups for a month after discharge.
The patients will be able to avail the facilities, if the waiting time at the government hospital exceeds one month to undergo these surgeries.
Here’s the list of private hospitals/medical centres where the surgical procedures will be conducted:
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