Haryana CM Approved For The Emplacement of Three NABH Certified Private Hospital For Indoor/Day Care Basis

Chandigarh  December 3: In order to provide seamless and hassle-free services to the State Government employees, pensioners and their dependents,  Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal has accorded approval for the empanelment of three private hospitals certified by National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABH) providing multi-specialty hospital services on indoor/daycare basis.

          While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that these hospitals included Apex Hospital and Trauma Centre, Panipat, S.L Minda Memorial Hospital (A unit of Moga Devi Minda Charitable Trust), Bagla Road, Bagla Adampur and HCMCT Manipal Hospital Sector-06, Dwarka New Delhi.

          He said that the empanelled private hospitals would extend all normal courtesies and facilitate the admission, treatment, and discharge of State Government beneficiaries without any delay or denial of the medical facility.

          The spokesman said that while the Apex Hospital and Trauma Centre, Panipat is a 51 bedded hospital, S.L Minda Memorial Hospital, Adampur, and HCMCT Manipal Hospital, Dwarka, Delhi have the capacity of 52 beds and 201 beds respectively.

          While referring to the services to be offered by these hospitals, he said that the Apex Hospital and Trauma Centre, Panipat would offer services in general medicine, gynecologist, orthopedics, and urology, whereas, S.L Minda Memorial Hospital, Adampur would offer services in general medicine, general surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopedics surgery and pediatric. Similarly,  HCMCT Manipal Hospital, Dwarka New Delhi would offer wide range of services including general surgery, general medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopaedic surgery, ENT, Paediatric surgery, cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, gastroenterology (Medical and Surgical), neurology, neurosurgery, oncology (Medical, Surgical, Radiation), transplant (renal) and urology.

          He said that a Nodal Officer would be appointed at the level of an empanelled private hospital. The Nodal officer would communicate with the concerned Civil Surgeon or the department in case of any grievance. He said that in case of any emergency/disasters or overflow of patients in government hospitals during epidemics, the empanelled hospital would agree to share their ambulances, mortuary, ICU/CCU, burn unit, ward beds in a need-based manner. All statutory rules, guidelines, acts, and notifications issued by the State Government from time to time would be followed by the empanelled hospitals, he added.

       The spokesman said that the hospital would abide by all the National Programmes and its related IEC activities. The data needed for the National Programme for Health Indicators must be shared with the Health Department. Apart from this, the hospital would follow the birth and death guidelines issued by the State Government from time to time. He said that guidelines already framed under State Government Policy dated May 21, 2015, for empanelled hospitals would be applicable to the new empanelled hospital. However, when new packages are made or some services are started in cashless mode new guidelines would be issued for compliance with the consent of concerned hospital, he further added.