Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Latest list of Hospitals and Diagnostic centres in Mumbai



Central Government Health Scheme Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has published the latest list of Hospitals, Diagnostic Laboratories and Imaging Centres empanelled with Central Government Health Scheme for Central Government Employees and Pensioners as on 10th June 2010

The following hospitals and diagnostic centres have been empanelled under CGHS with effect from 1st November, 2006, and thereafter, for the purposes specified:-

[As on 10th June 2010]


MUMBAI: Hospitals


S.No.

Name of the Hospital

Empanelled for

1.

K. J. Somaiya Hospital & Research Centre, Somaiya Ayurvihar, Near Everard Nagar, Eastern Express High, Sion (W), Mumbai 400 022
[Tel: 022 – 2402 0933 / 2409 0253]

General, Specialised purpose (IOL Implant, Laparoscopic surgery, TURP, USG / Colour Doppler & Joint Replacement) and diagnostic
procedures (Laboratory services, USG / Colour Doppler, X – Ray)

2.

Mahatma Gandhi Mission’s New Bombay Hospital, Plot – 35, Sector – 3, Vashi, Navi Mumbai 400 703 [Tel: 022 – 2782 2203 / 2782 1659]

Specialised (Haemodialysis, Lithotripsy / TURP, Laparoscopic Surgery, IOL Implant and Joint Replacement) and diagnostic procedures
(Lab, X – Ray, Mammography)

3.

Prince Aly Khan Hospital, Aga Hall, Nesbit Road, Mazagaon, Mumbai 400010 [Tel: 022 – 2377 7800 / 2377 7900]

Specialised (Haemodialysis, Lithotripsy / TURP, Laparoscopic surgery, IOL Implant and Joint Replacement) and Diagnostic procedures
(Lab., X – Ray, USG / Colour Doppler, CT and Mammography).

4.

Surya Eye Institute & Research Centre Pvt. Ltd., 104 Aroto House, P. K. Road, Saidham, Mulund (W), Mumbai

Super-speciality eye care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal-Medical & Vitreo-retinal surgery, Strabismus, Occuloplasty & Adnexa and
other specialised treatment except corneal transplant]

5.

Balaji Hospital, Victoria Road, Cross Lane III, Byculla (E), Mumbai

Mjulti-speciality general purpose and specialised purpose in Cardiology & CTVS, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Urology including
Dialysis, Orthopaedic surgery, including joint replacement and arthroscopic surgery, Gastroenterology and GI Surgery, Oncology [Surgery
and chemotherapy], Paediatrics and Paediatrics surgery, Endoscopic / Laparoscopic surgery, ENT and Opthalmology.

6.

Shree Ramakrishna Netralaya, A – Wing, Shree Balaji Apartment, Near Risk Care Hospital, 1st Floor, Near Makhamali Talao, L. B. S. Marg,
Thane (W), Mumbai 400 061

Super-speciality Eye Care [Cataract / Glaucoma & Strabismus only].

MUMBAI : Diagnostic Centres


S.No.

Name of the diagnostic centre

Empanelled for

1.

Andheri Pathology Laboratory, Shop No. 14, Radhika Niwas, Next Union Bank of India, Opp. To Vishal Hall, Andheri-Kurla Road Andheri
(E), Mumbai 400 069 [Tel: 022 – 2682 2311 / 2683 2589]

Laboratory services (Clinical pathology and biochemistry).

2.

Chitra Scan & Imaging Centre, 2 Chitra Apartment, Ground Floor, Gokuldas, Pasta Road, Behind Chitra Cinema, Dadar (E), Mumbai 400
014 [Tel: 022 – 5680 6691 / 2412 9860]

CT Scan, USG / Colour Doppler and 2 D Echo Stress Test.

3.

Dr. V. T. Shah Diagnostic Centre & Clinic, Kapole Niwas. 590 Dr. Ambedkar Road, Mumbai 400 019 [Tel: 022 – 2414 0745 / 2413 5594]

Laboratory services (Clinical Pathology and Biochemistry) and Imaging services (USG / Colour Doppler).

INTERIM ARRANGEMENT FOR MUMBAI AND THIRUVANANTHAPURAM

It has been brought to the notice of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare that hospitals and diagnostic centres empanelled under CGHS, Mumbai and Thiruvananthapuram have been showing lack of interest in continuing with CGHS due to their perceived grievance of high amount of performance bank guarantee and the rates that were being offered. This has resulted in the ailing CGHS beneficiaries not being able to get treatment in private hospitals and diagnostic centres.

The matter has been examined in the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and, as an interim arrangement, it has been decided that CGHS beneficiaries in Mumbai and Thiruvananthapuram may be allowed to get their treatment / tests, etc., in any private hospital / diagnostic centre in their respective cities and claim reimbursement from their respective Departments / Ministries / CGHS, as the case may be, subject to the condition that the reimbursement would be limited to the CGHS rates that have been fixed for the city. There will be no change in the procedure for claiming of reimbursement of expenses.

The hospitals, not being in the list empanelled hospitals under the CGHS, may not provide treatment under CGHS package rates for the city and may charge their own prevailing rates. The hospitals will also not be extending credit facilities to pensioner CGHS beneficiaries. Hence the beneficiaries may have to spend for their treatment from their own resources and claim reimbursement from their respective Ministries / Departments / CGHS. Before they proceed to get treatment in a hospital, the beneficiaries are requested to get the permission from the concerned authorities.

More Details;www.mohfw.nic.in

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