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F. No.S.11011/38/2006-CGHS Desk.

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Government of India,
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare
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Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated the 29th October, 2007.
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject: Empanelment of Hospitals and Diagnostic Centers under CGHS, Chennai, for
treatment and diagnostic procedures and fixation of package rates.
The undersigned is directed to state that the question of fresh
empanelment of Hospitals and diagnostic centers under CGHS, Chennai, and
fixation of package rates/ rates has been under consideration of the
Government. The approved rates are available on the website of CGHS
(www.mohfw.nic.in/cghs.html) and may be downloaded / printed. After
following the prescribed procedure, the list of Hospitals and Diagnostic
Centers approved by the Ministry for empanelment under CGHS, Chennai is
enclosed as Annexures ‘A’ and ‘B’. The hospitals mentioned in Annexure
‘ C ‘ will continue to be empanelled with CGHS, Chennai, until further
orders.
2. The undersigned is further directed to clarify as under:
(a) “Package Rate” shall mean and include lump sum cost of in-patient
treatment / day care / diagnostic procedure for which a CGHS beneficiary has
been permitted by the competent authority or for treatment under emergency
from the time of admission to the time of discharge, including (but not limited
to) – (i) Registration charges, (ii) Admission charges, (iii) Accommodation
charges including patient's diet, (iv) Operation charges, (v) Injection
charges, (vi) Dressing charges, (vii) Doctor / consultant visit charges, (viii)
ICU / ICCU charges, (ix) Monitoring charges, (x) Transfusion charges, (xi)
Anesthesia charges, (xii) Operation theatre charges, (xiii) Procedural charges
/ surgeon’s fee, (xiv) Cost of surgical disposables and all sundries used
during hospitalization, (xv) Cost of medicines, (xvi) Related routine and
essential investigations, (xvii) Physiotherapy charges etc. (xviii) Nursing care
and charges for its services.
(b) Cost of Implants is reimbursable in addition to package rates as per CGHS
ceiling rates for implants or as per actual, in case there is no CGHS
prescribed ceiling rates.
(c) Treatment charges for new born baby are separately reimbursable in addition
to delivery charges for mother.
d) Hospitals / diagnostic centers empanelled under CGHS shall not charge more
than the package rates/ rates.
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(e) Expenses on toiletries, cosmetics, telephone bills etc, are not reimbursable
and are not included in package rates.
3. Package rates envisage duration of indoor treatment as follows:

Upto 12 days: for Specialized (Super Specialities) treatment


Upto 7 days : for other Major Surgeries
Upto 3 days: for Laparoscopic surgeries/ normal Deliveries
1 day: for day care / Minor (OPD) surgeries.
No additional charge on account of extended period of stay shall be allowed if
that extension is due to infection on the consequences of surgical procedure
or due to any improper procedure and is not justified.
In case, there are no CGHS prescribed rates for any test/procedure, then
AIIMS rates are applicable. If there are no AIIMS rates, then reimbursement is
to be arrived at by calculating admissible amount item-wise(e.g. room rent,
investigations, cost of medicines, procedure charges etc) as per approved
rates/ actuals, in case of investigations.
4. a) CGHS beneficiaries are Basic Pay + Entitlement
entitled to facilities of private, Dearness Pay /
semi- private or general ward Basic Pension +
depending on their basic pay / Dearness Pension
pension. The entitlement is as
follows:- S. No.
1. Upto Rs. 11,250/- General Ward
2. Rs. 11,251/- to Semi-Private Ward
15,750/-
3. Rs. 15,751/- and Private Ward
above
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME
Introduction
The Central Govt. Health Scheme in India is comprehensive health care to the CGHS
Beneficiaries.
The Central Govt. Health Scheme is applicable to the following categories of people
residing in CGHS covered cities:
1. All Central Govt. Servants paid from Civil Estimates (other than those employed in
Railway Services and those employed under Delhi Administration except members
of Delhi Police Force).
2. Pensioners drawing pension from Civil Estimates and their family members –
( Pensioner residing in non- CGHS areas also may obtain CGHS Card from nearest
CGHS covered City )
3. Hon’ble Members of Parliament
4. Hon’ble Judges of Supreme Court of India
5. Ex- Members of Parliament
6. Employees & Pensioners of Autonomous Bodies covered under CGHS (Delhi)
7. Ex- Governors and Ex-Vice Presidents
8. Former Prime Ministers
9. Former Judges of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and Hon’ble High Courts
10. Freedom Fighters
11.
The It provides service through following categories of systems:-
(a) Allopathic
(b) Homeopathic
(c) Indian System of Medicines e.g.
(i) Ayurveda
(ii) Unani
(iii) Yoga
(iv) Sidha System
The main components of the Scheme are:
1. The dispensary services including domiciliary care.
2. F. W. & M.C.H. Services
3. Specialists consultation facilities both at dispensary, polyclinic and hospital
level including X-Ray, ECG and Laboratory Examinations.
4. Hospitalization.
5. Organization for the purchase, storage, distribution and supply of medicines
and other requirements.
6. Health Education to beneficiaries.
The dispensary is the backbone of the Scheme. Instructions on these various
matters have been issued from. time to time for the guidance of the specialists and
medical Officers. With the rapid and continuous expansion of the Scheme, however, not
only situation has changed and problems arisen but also. the rapidly expanding staff have
not approved practices, procedures and instructions in regard to their various duties and
responsibilities. In the following paragraphs is set out the gist of provisions of the
Scheme, various instructions and order issued from time to time to serve as a
Compendium for the guidance of the CGHS staff.
2. DISPENSARY
General:
1. The Chief Medical Officers/Medical Officer In charge of the dispensaries are
responsible for proper and smooth working of the dispensary and to ensure observance of
such orders as may be issued. by the competent authority of CGHS from time to time.
2. The Chief Medical Officers/Medical Officers In charge will take round of the
dispensary every morning and evening to ensure cleanlill1es, and see that the staff are in
position in their respective place of duty. He should also make surprise round of the
dispensary to ensure smooth functioning of the dispensary.
3. Attendance Register: All staff members of the dispensary" should note down the time
of their arrival and departure in the Attendance Register. The Medical Officer In charge
will countersign the Attendance Register daily and which will remain in his/her personal
custody.
4. Punctuality: C.M.O./Medical Officer In charge will ensure strict punctuality of all
categories of staff and anyone coming late should be dea1t with as per relevant orders.
5. Working hours of the dispensary:
Morning (OPD)
7.30 A.M. to 1.30 P.M.
Limited(Emergency ) Services (at 24 hr. Functional Dispensaries only)
1.30 P.M.- 7. 30P.M. and
7.30 P.M. – 7.30 A.M. next day
Holidays : (at 24 hr. Functional Dispensaries only)
7.30 A.M.-1. 30P.M.
1.30 P.M.-7 .30P.M. and
7.30 P.M. – 7.30 A.M. next day
(c) Central Secretariat & Nirman Bhawan (F.A. Post)
Central Secretariat: 9.00 A.M.-5. 00P.M (5days)
Nirman Bhawan 9.30 A.M. -5.30 PM. (5 days)
Parliament House Annexe, Medical Centre
Physician : 10. 00A.M.-6.QO P.M.
(During Inter-session)
10.00 A.M. to till both the House rise during session.
Radiologist, Pathologist, )
Laboratory Physiotherapy - 9.00A.M.to 5.00P.M.
Parliament House (F.A. Post)
Medical Officer Incharge /Medical Officer
10.00A.M.-6.oo P.M.
(During inter-session) .. 9.ooA.M. to 5.00 P.M.
During the Parliament Session, the First Aid Post, Parliament House and Medical
Centre ,Parliament House Annexe will fiction with skeleton staff till both the
houses rise on that day.
Lunch break in all F.A. Posts 2.00 P.M.-2.30 P.M.
Vithal Bhai Patel House(F.A. Post) 6 days working
On workingdays:
IO.OOA.M.-5.00P.M.
Saturday
10.00 A.M.-I.OO P.M.
2nd Saturday Closed Holiday
(d) Continuous dispensaries(12Hours working-Double Shift )
Daily 7.30A.M.-I.30P.M.
1.30 P.M.-7. 30P.M.
(g) Specialist consultation at .Hospital/Polyclinic/
Nodal Points: The working hours of the Specialists at the nodal points/
polyclinic/laboratories are fixed by Dy. Director of the concerned CGHS.
6. Skeleton Staff:
The Medical Officers In charge will depute skeleton staff to clear the patients
after closing hours. The patients already attended to by the Medical Officers must
be attended to and served by the dispensary staff before closing the counters.
7. Distribution of workload:
The Medical Officer Incharge will ensure even distribution of workload amongst
various doctors working- in the dispensary. He should also adjust his/her workload of
patients depending upon the various administrative work at hand. However, the choice of
Medical Officer should be kept in view in distributing the numbers to the beneficiaries
for respective doctors. All patients should be attended in turn only. However. serious
cases may be seen out of turn at the discretion of the concerned Medical Officers.
Separate queue is maintained for Senior Citizens.
9. Particulars in OPD Prescription:
The -CGHS token number. name, age, sex, Diagnosis diagnostic code No. and treatment
should be written legibly in full. If more than one medicine is prescribed each should be
numbered serially. On each subsequent visit the medicines to be repeated will be
indicated by their serial numbers. Quantity of medicine to be issued will be written
clearly.
10. Registration Timings:
The registration will be stopped 15 minutes before scheduled closing time of dispensary.
However, no serious patient shall be returned back unattended in the dispensary.
11. Reports & Returns:
The daily return of patients will be prepared
and maintained by the clerk in the dispensary . The Medical Officer In charge will ensure
timely submission of all reports /return.
12. Issue of Medicines:
Normally medicines should be issued for a period of 3/4 days according to the merit of a
Case. But in chronic cases medicines may be issued up to three months by CMO i/c.
13. Daily information regarding non-available items:
The Storekeeper in consultation .with dispensary Pharmacist will circulate daily the
list of non-available items, so that medical
officers can prescribe only the available medicines to the patients. Similarly arrival of medicines
amongst the non-available list should be re-circulated by the Pharmacist promptly to all Medical
Officers.
14. NOTICE Board
The followIng notice should be prominently displayed in each dispensary:
(a) Complaint/suggestion Book is ava,liable with Chief Medica,l Officer Incharge.
(b) Bringing of CGHS Token Card is essential during every visit.
(c) Dispensary timings.
{d) Visiting days of various specialists.
(e) Immunisation programme, well baby clinic and ante':'nafal programme.
(f) Residential address with telephone numbers of Area Welfare Officer.
(g) Residential address with telephone numbers of
(i ) Zonal Addl.. Director
(ii) Addl. Director (HQ)
iii) Director (CGHS),
iv ) DGHS
15. Uniform: All staff must wear prescribed uniform in the dispensary while on duty.
16. Antimalaria Treatment: The blood slides of all fever cases should be taken in the
dispensary and presumptive and curative treatment of Malaria should be given promptly.
But presumptive treatment should not be given by the CGHS dispensary without taking
thick and thin blood Smear slide for Malarial Parasite.
17. Domiciliary Visits:
(a) All Medical Officers including specialists are expected to attend to domiciliary calls
from patients when necessary. Such Attendance is to be restricted to cases where the
Specialists/ Medical Officer is satisfied of its necessity due to the inability of the patient
to attend the hospital/dispensary on account of severity of illness, or when long
hospitalization is not feasible due to the protracted nature of illness.
(b) Domiciliary visits. except in cases of emergent nature, should be made before or after
the dispensary working hours.
(c) Such visits. requested during the working hours should be made by the Medical
Officers receiving the call and not 16ft to the doctor on emergency duty.
(d) In case a visit becomes necessary during the working hours the Chief Medical Officer
Incharge/ Medical Officer Incharge should be informed to ensure that as far as possible
not more than one Medical Officer is absent from the dispensary at anyone time. during
the working hours. He should keep Chief Medical Officer Incharge informed of his/her
departure and arrival from the visit. Relevant entries of Domiciliary visits by the Medical
Officers must be made and signed by him before be leaves the dispensary for visit.
(e) Lady doctors are exempted from paying domiciliary visits during 8.00 P.M. to 6.00
A.M.
(f) The domicilliary visits should also be undertaken on phone call after ascertaining the
basic information regarding nature of illness, address, token No., name of calling person
with phone number etc. The Medical Officer before proceeding on visit should recheck
by phone if he doubts the genuineness of the call.
( h ) All Medical Officers should carry emergency bag containing BP instruments,
Sterile syringe, thermometer and emergency medicines.The medicines of emergency
expended during domicilliary visit should be immediately replaced.
18. Injections:
(a) Injections containing penicillin and other medicines known to cause hypersensitivity
reactions will be given after observing all precautions in view of the possibility of
hypersensitive reactions. These will include a careful history of the patient and the
family. A skin sensitivity test is obligatory. These injections will not be given in the
absence of suitable anti-dotes.
(b) A register will be maintained in each dispensary recording all such hypersensitive
reactions as per pro-forma.
(c) When a hypersensitive reaction occurs the same will be intimated telephonically to
the Zonal HQ, Directorate and to the Medical Stores Depot (to be followed up with a
written report).
Sufficient samples from the same batch along with relevant information will be sent to
the M.S. Depot for chemical analysis and administrative action to prevent further
incidents.
(d) The sterile Syringes and needles should be kept in covered trays. The used disposable
syringes should be destroyed kept separately. There should be separate sterile
syringes/needles to be kept in readiness for use in case of drug reaction.
(e) The emergency tray containing drugs to be used during Penicillin and other type of
reactions should be kept in readiness.
(f) No injection must be administered by any unauthorized Person.
19. Specialist consultation:
(a,) The General Medical Officers of the dispensary are on the lines of Family
Physicians. However, in some cases the Specialist Consultation is required in diagnosing
the case and the line of treatment to be adopted by the attending Physician. Specialists
will be regularly available in Central Govt. Hospitals. They will also be visiting various
medical centers/polyclinics on specified days.
(b) The Specialists will also visit dispensaries as per scheduled days for examination and
advise patients referred to them by the Medical Officer of the concerned dispensaries.
This programme of sessions will be arranged by the senior Specialist in consultation with
the Director.
(c) Reference to the Specialist should always be accompanied by full clinical report of the
case, treatment given if any, laboratory investigations done along with provisional
diagnosis of the case and advise the line of treatment to be followed by attending medical
officer. He can mention the date of revisit if required.
(d) 'I'he Specialist will record their name in block letters along with rubber stamp in each
prescription for easy identification by the dispensary medical officer.-
(e) Cases should be referred to the Specialists by designation and not by name.
(f) The patient should be referred to the Specialist on due date as per programme issued
by the referral hospital from time to time. However, urgent cases can be sent to Specialist
on all days.
(g-) In case Specialist modifies or changes the diagnosis of a patient, this should be
reflected in statistical data.
(h) Medical Officer/Specialist may refer a case to the Hospital for special laboratory
investigations X-Ray per admission duly filling up requisition slip.
(i) The medicines for admitted patients should be provided by the Hospital authority in
case of Delhi. In case of outside Delhi, the medicines, as and when required are to be
provided by the respective dispensary on production of authentic prescription of the
Hospital concerned.
(j) Once a patient is discharged from Hospital, the health care and supply of medicines is
to be borne by the parent dispensary from which he was referred.
(k) Officers drawing a pay of Rs. 4000 and above may. if they so desire, can consult
CGHS Specialist directly by prior appointment. However, it is preferable to consult
medical officer of the dispensary first who is their family Physician.
(I) All consultant and Specialists other than Ophthalmic, ENT, Dental, Surgical are
expected to attend to domiciliary calls, among patients entitled to direct consultation and
also for emergency calls as and when desired by the attending Medical Officers of the
dispensaries. Prescription for medicines by the specialists should be issued under their
Own signature and not that of any Junior Medical Officer attached to them.
20. Procedure for Reference to Non-CGHS Hospitals- CGHS Recognized Hospitals
and Diagnostic centres:
CGHS/ Govt. Specialist / CMO i/c advises specific treatment procedure / test.
Permission to undergo same at one of the recognized Hospitals / Diagnostic centre is
granted by CMO i/c in case of pensioner CGHS beneficiaries / ex- Members of
Parliament / Freedom Fighters / ex- Governors , etc., by CMO i/c of Concerned
dispensary and by Rajya Sabha Secretariat as the case may be in case of Hon’ble
Members of Parliament and by HOD in case of Serving Govt. employees and by
Autonomous bodies in case of serving employees and pensioners of Autonomous bodies
covered under CGHS.
If the beneficiary seeks permission from a CGHS recognized hospital in another
CGHS city , other than the city where he is registered , permission shall be granted by
Addl. Director / Joint Director CGHS of concerned city. However , no TA/DA shall be
permitted if treatment facilities are available in the city of residence; TA as per
entitlement is permitted if no treatment facilities are available in city of residence.
OPD treatment in private recognized hospitals is not permitted except in case of
Satellite cities of Delhi , viz., Noida, Gurgaon, Faridabad and Ghaziabad , wherein the
CMO i/c can directly refer the beneficiaries to recognized hospitals and in post operative
follow up cases of Cardiac surgery, Cancer treatment, Kidney transplantation, Hip/Knee
Joint Replacement , Neurosurgery and Accident cases.
OPD medicines are to be collected through concerned dispensary except in case
of emergency , in which case reimbursement shall be considered by HOD of department /
Joint Director/Addl. Director of CGHS in case of pensioners , etc.,
In permitted post operative cases , for conditions as stated above, the
beneficiaries may purchase from chemist and claim reimbursement. However, an
utilization certificate from the treating doctor is required to be submitted.
21. Emergency Services:
To cater for emergencies after the normal working hours of the dispensaries, a number of
dispensaries will be kept open all the twenty four hours of the day. These will be
designated as functioning dispensaries.
(a) The Director, CGHS may fix from time to time the name of dispensaries which shall
function during non-working hours, on Sundays and other closed holidays for rendering
medical aid, only in case of emergency.
(b) Such a dispensary may function independently or in combination with any other
dispensary/ dispensaries for emergency arrangements as per instructions of the Director,
CGHS from time to time.
(c) The Chief Medical Officer In charge/ Medical Officer In charge Of the functioning
dispensary will prepare in advance a roster of all categories of staff who are to perform
emergency duties in the functioning dispensary. A copy of the emergency roster will be
sent by him to all the attached dispensaries and Zonal Head Quarter.
(d) The emergency service will be in summer from 7.30 P.M. till opening time of routine
dispensary hours next morning. The Emergency Medical Officer and the Group 'D' Staff
will hand over the charge to the relieving Medical Officer1Group 'D' staff respectively.
(f) Timings of Sunday/Holiday emergency duties staffing pattern.
Morning Shift : ( 730 A.M. to 130 P.M.)
One Medical Officer
One Grade IV Staff
One Safaiwala '7.30 A.M.-10.30 A.M.
Day Shift : ( 130 P.M. to 730 P.M. )
One Medical Officer
One Grade IV staff
Night Shift ( 730 P.M. to 730 A.M. next day)
One Medical Officer
Night Chowkidar/Grade IV Staff.
The medicines as listed will be kept in an. emergency almirah which will be
under lock and key. A copy of list of emergency medicines will be pasted on the inside of
the door of the almirah. All medicines should be accounted for in a register as per
procedure followed in the dispensary. One of medical officers should be responsible for
replacement of medicines for emergency use. Each Medical Officer will record in the
O.P.D. register (emergency) the daily summary of expenditure incurred by
himself/herself. The indent for replacement of medicines is to be sanctioned by the
Medical 0fficer In charge. The key for Emergency almirah and Telephone key should be
handed over to the relieving Medical Officer along with full account of medicines used
and balance left. The Medical Officer Incharge/Chief Medical Officer Incharge will have
overall responsibility for smooth functioning of emergency unit.
22. First aid treatment to non-CGHS patient:
The non-CGHS patient must also be given first aid treatment in CGHS dispensary.
Serious non CGHS patient should also be attended in the dispensary to save a life on
humanitarian ground and should be advised to attend at the earliest opportunity a non-
CGHS Hospital / Dispensary.
23. Dispensary store:
Medical Officer Incharge will be overall incharge of Medical Store and shall supervise
'the indenting, receipts, maintenance and issue of stores. All the relevant registers and
records .should be maintained in accordance with instructions issued from time to time.
24. Regular Indent:.
The Chief Medical Officer Incharge shall scrutinize the regular indent thoroughly before
its submission. He should note down the following: ;
(i)Daily average attendance of patients for last month,
(ii) Indent should. be section-wise.
(iii)Each COpy should~b~!.page marked.
(iv) Detailed indenting instructions circulated must be followed.
(v) by hand/Urgent indent
The urgent indent can be sent any day and must be limited to urgent! medicines
only and the medicines should be supplied on the same day or next' day latest. By hand
indent can be sent to MSD as per procedure.
Procedure of indent:
C.M.O./M.O. Incharge should note down following information.
(1) Date .of last regular indent.
(2) Number of pages
(3) Total number of items in the indent.
(4) Each page should be initialed by the store-keeper and Chief Medical Officer
Incharge/Medical Officer In-charge.
(5) The Store-keeper will certify the correctness of column 3 to 8 before putting upthe
indent for signatures of Chief Medical Officer Incharge/Medical Officer Incharge.
(6) Non-drug' and stationery items shall bear separate indent number and number of
items which must be specified there in all such 'indents.
Life item register:
The Store-keeper shall maintain a life item register and circulate the name of medicines
which are likely to expire within three months and the Chief Medical Officer Incharge
should ensure timely consumption of these medicines
The medicines before being issued from store to the various counters must be sanctioned
by CMO i/c
Indent for 'imported drugs:
The specialist should issue one certificate that all available medicines have been tried
without satisfactory result. The following drug may be indented for the patient showing
dose and duration of treatment {i.e., total quantity to be indented).
Two Photostat copies of the prescription are to be submitted along with an application
from the beneficiary 'with a request to supply the medicines. The original prescription
will have to be submitted fur verification along with the application, which will be
returned to the beneficiary duly verified. The specialist should mention if possible, the
name- of company and country and any other relevant information about the drug to be
imported by the MSD to facilitate early procurement of the drug.
25. LOCAL PURCHASE INDENT:
(a) The Storekeeper will prepare the local purchase indent daily as per necessity and put
up to Chief Medical Officers Incharge for checking / signature along with his initial.
(b) The total No. of prescriptions being sent is to be noted on the body of the indent and
the prescriptions shall be recounted on receipt of stores from authoriesd chemists.
(c) The Sl. No., quantity indented and date should be noted by the Chief Medical Officer
Incharge on the body of prescription so that the same medicines once supplied are not
reindented
by mistake or otherwise.
(d) The quantity received should be specifically mentioned by the Storekeeper in the
receipt column and necessary certificate is to be endorsed about the items received (total
items received) and the items not received (S1. Nos. to be mentioned) and to be
countersigned by the Chief Medical Officer/Medical Officer Incharge. The Chief Medical
Officer Incharge should also physically verify the items.
(e) The medicines which are not supplied by the Chemist may be authorized to be
purchased from open market in the same city/town. The beneficiary should be advised to
claim the bill within the month from the date of indent. The Store-keeper will fill up the
form in duplicate and endorse the same along with the cash memo to the Chief Medical
officer Incharge for counter signature.
(f) The non-formulary medicines should be issued after obtaining dated signature and
address of the beneficiary.
(g) The listed medicines should be taken into ledger. The chits should be issued by the
Chief Medical Officer Incharge only, who will do so after duly verifying the local
purchase indent file and note according1y on the prescription.
(h) The local purchase indent should be prepared as per standing instructions.
Before sending the indent the following shall be ensured.
(1) Rubber stamp of Chief Medical Officer Incharge put.
(2) Prescriptions bear the rubber stamp of the prescribed Specialist/Hospital.
(3) Out of list items have not been included unless prescribed by Consu1tant
Specialist/Head of Unit.
(4) Non-admissible items have not been included.
(5) Prescription is valid for the period of indent.
(6) Quantity indented as per the prescribed quantity.
(8) Prescriptions are arranged serially.
(9) Prescription are indented after registration.
.
(i) The medicines issued to the patient should be noted on the body of prescription
(1) Name of medicines; (2.) Quantity; (3) Date of issue:and (4) Signature of Storekeeper.
A rubber stamp may be suitably made for the purpose.
(j) The local purchase medicines shall be issued by the Store-keeper.
(k) The local purchase medicines if not collected by the beneficiaries within 15 days
should be taken into stock ledger.
(m) The medical officer concerned will sign against each serial No. of medicines
indented.
(n). The chemist must mention the batch number and name of manufacturers while
supplying local purchase medicine, must be checked by storekeeper and Chief Medical
Officer Incharge before accepting the medicine.
(0) Medicines available in Medical Store Depot / Dispensary :
No medicine should be indented for local purchase if it is available in Medical Store
Depot/ Dispensary.
26. CGHS Cards:
1. Definition of Family:
In accordance with the initial instructions, the term of 'Family' for the purposes of the
Scheme shall consist of the Government servant's wife or husband, as the case may be
children and stepchildren and parents who are mainly dependent on and residing with the
Government servant concerned. Subsequently in pursuance of the recommendations
of the Fourth Central Pay Commission, it has been decided that for availing the medical
facilities under the scheme, parents, sisters,. widowed sisters, widowed daughters, minor
brothers and children will be deemed dependent on the Government employee if they are
residing- with him and their income from all sources including pension and pension
equivalent of DCRG benefit is less than Rs. 1500/- per month.
2. Entitlement of the Scheme:
All Central Govt. Servants paid from Civil Estimates (other than those employed in
Railway Services and those employed under Delhi Administration except members of
Delhi Police Force) having their head quarters in cities where the Scheme is functioning
and members of their families, are entitled for the CGHS medical facilities.
3. Transfer:
In case the. Central Govt. Employees is transferred to uncovered city leaving behind his
family, the Government Employee is not entitled for the medical benefits either for
himself or for his family under the Scheme but will be governed under CS(MA) Rule.
In the event of the posting of the Central Govt.Employee to North Eastern Region "
Andaman and Nicobar Is-lands & Lakshadweep and his family members continue to stay
in an area covered by the Scheme temporary family permit for availing CGHS benefits
will be issued to the family members by depositing advance usual contribution. But in
such cases the Central Govt. Employee himself will be governed under CS(MA) Rule.
4. Temporarv Visit in Covered City:
Central Govt. employees and dependent family members who are beneficiaries of the
CGHS. and who may be visiting other cities where the scheme is operating and stay in
the areas covered by the Scheme are entitled for free medical attendance / treatment
under the said scheme. (Necessary authority/ temporary cards for medical treatment in
any of those cities, should be issued by the respective departments in case of serving
employees.) Medical facilities should be restricted to period not exceeding six months
after which fresh authorities may be issued, if necessary. Similar facilities are also
available to pensioners and the dependent family members if holding. CGHS Cards and
permission shall be granted by CGHS of the city visiting.
6 Production of COHS Card:
The production of CGHS Card is obligatory at every visit to enable correct identification
of the patient and to prevent misuse of card.The misuse of card is a cognizable offence.
However, in view of humanitarian service, essential and immediate treatment should not
be denied to the patient but the beneficiary should be advised to bring the CGHS Card at
the time of subsequent Visits and if considered necessary, a note may be made in OPD
ticket of the patient. The production of CGHS Index Card in the dispensary will enroll the
card holder as a member of the said dispensary.
The renewal of Pensioners' card shall be done in the dispensary. The Indian Postal
Order should be sent to Pensioner Cell, Nirma,n Bhavan/DDO Office outside Delhi,
regularly on Or before 6th day of the following month. Before accepting the I.P.Os the
Chief Medical Office!r Incharge must see the date of issue of I.P.O/ DDS' which should
be within one month of issue from the Post Office. The Chief Medical Officer incharge
will obtain a certificate from each pensioner for any rise of pay/pension due to
incremente rise after every two years for calculation of rate of pension or the fact may he
verified from his pension payment order before revalidation of card.The Chief Medical
Officer Incharge may therefore re-fix the rate of contribution accordingly. In case of
Pensioner the transfer of card from one dispensary to another shall be) done by the Chief
Medical Incharge of the dispensary.
8. Registration of CGHS Card in dispensary:
Card Holder must deposit the Index Card in the dispensary and obtain receipt from the
receiving clerk. The receiving clerk, will initial the token card in confirmation. Until he
deposits the Index Card. he is not entitled for treatment in the said dispensary. On transfer
to another dispensary the Card Holder must collect the index card from the dispensarv
and deposit the same along with necessary forms (in duplicate) to the new dispensary
which has been allotted to him. It is only after the deposition of Index Card in the
dispensary that the members mentioned in the token card are entitled to obtain CGHS
facilities.
9. Surrender of CGHS Card:
The CGHS Identity Card held by the beneficiary other than Pensioner, General Public,
Ex- MPs etc. must be surrendered to the issuing authority in the following events:-
(a) Retirement /Resignation
(b) Death of Government Servant.
(c) Transfer of Govt. Servant to another office. The Govt. servant if transferred
to another office where he/ she is again entitled far CGHS benefits must apply
and obtain a new Identity Card.
Pensioners, EX-M.Ps Member of General Public etc. are also required to surrender their
Identity Cards to the issuing authority on its expiry in case they no longer desire to avail
CGHS facilities.
10. Misuse of CGHS Card:
If the Medical Officer detects a case of misuse of CGHS Token Card by unauthorized
person, he will bring to the notice of Chief Medical Officer Incharge and / or the matter
reported to the Zonal HQ/ ete. for further necessary action.
11. Loss of Identity Card:
As a lost card is likely to be misused the card holder must inform immediately to the
Police and inform the following with a, copy of F.I.R.
(i) Issuing authority.
(ii) M.O. Incharge of the concerned dispensary.
(iii) Headquarters of CGHS in the cities other than Delhi. A duplicate card can be issued
after realising penalty of Rs. 5!- for 1st instance. 2nd... instance Rs. 7/-, 3rd and
subsequent instance Rs. 10/-
12.Dependence Certificate:
Every Card Holder must certify that the parents /Dependents whose names have been
included in the token card, normally reside with him. Such a certificate must be furnished
at the time of issue of Token Card and renewed every January. Otherwise the parents
shall be treated as non entitled persons. The certificate must also state that the income
from all sources does not exceed Rs. 1500/--p.m. .
.
27. Medical Certificate and fitness:
(1) The Medical Officer and Specialist must issue the Medical Certificate as and
when recommended by them. They should not write advised on the prescription without
issuing Medical Certificate.
(2) The Medical fitness certificate can be issued by any Medical Officer after
scrutinizing the facts from the original Medical Certificate.
`(3) Medical Certificate / fitness of dependent school children should be issued by
the attending doctor.
(4), The Medical Officer is authorized to issue Medical Certificat€j jor
appointment of D category staff only but for lady staff of Category C & D can be issued
by Lady Medical Officer only.
(5) For dependent children:- For the dependent children Medical Certificate
can be issued for seeking admission to Educational Institution competitive examinations
etc. provided if it does not involve any special investigation.
The Medical Certificate should be issued on plain paper as per proforma.
"Certified that Shri/ Kumari................S/ o. .. . .. . . . . .. . . .. . . .. . CGHS Token No.
……………is advised rest... . . . . . . . .. days w.e.f.. . . . . .. '.
MEDICAL OFFICER
"Certified that Shri/ Kumari S/o …………………Shri.. …………..CGHS Tok1enNo......
.
is fit to join class with effect from . . . ...”
MEDICAL OFFICER
(6) Medical fitness certificate:-
When a Govt. Servant asks fitness certificate after Sunday IGovt. holidays the
Medical Officer can indicate the specific date from which the Govt. Servant is declared
fit to resume duty .
(7) Maternity leave:-
A female Govt. Servant (including an apprentice) may be granted maternity leave by an
authority competent to grant leave for a period which may extend up to the end of 3
months from the date of commencement. It shall not be restricted to six weeks from the
date of confinement.
(8) In case of miscarriage Abortion the leave can be given for the minimum period necessary
up to a maximum of 42 days.
28. Registration of births in the CGHS dispensaries:
. (1) All births (including still-births) which take place in the families covered by the
scheme should be registered in the CGHS dispensary to which the beneficiary is attached.
(2) The registration by the dispensary will be in addition to the registration required to be
done by the municipal authorities under the law.
(3) The birth/still birth be reported to the dispensary within 10~days of its occurrence.
(4) The event should be reported in the prescribed form available with the dispensaries.
(5} The event may be rep'6rted by the beneficiary himself or' by his representative.
(6). A certificate shall be issued by the dispensary on the registration of live birth"
(7) The event should be registered even if it has occurred outside the covered areas of the
CGHS provided the wife generally stays in any of the covered areas.
(8) All births (including still-births) occurring in families of employees of
semigovernment
organizations covered by the scheme should also be registered with the
dispensaries, in accordance with these instructions.
(9) Careful compliance with these instructions is essential as the name of the newly born
child will be included in the CGRS Identity Card of the beneficiary concerned only on
production of birth registration certificate from the concerned dispensary.
28. Submission of Medical Reimbursement claims in respect of Pensioners:
Medical reimbursement claims of Pensioners are to be submitted to Addl.
Director / Joint Director of concerned City.
However , in Delhi , Addl. Directors of four zones , viz., Central , East, North and
South Zones are delegated Financial Powers to be at par with the AD/ JD of other cities
w.e.f. 1/4/2005. The medical claims of pensioners are to be submitted to the CMO
incharge of the concerned CGHS Dispensary who shall send them to the Addl. Director
of concerned zone.
DUTIES 'OF VARIOUS STAFF WORKING IN
DISPENSARIES.
CHIEF/MEDICAL OFFICER INCHARGE:
Administration:
Chief/Medical Officer In charge will take round daily to observe whether all staff are in
their respective place of duty, cleanliness and sanitation. He should also make surprise
round in between to ensure smooth functioning of the dispensary. He will ensure that all
staff are in position to start work at the scheduled time. He will maintain an attendance) a
register for his staff, which he will place on his table and he will ensure that all, members
of the staff note down the time of arrival and departure in the attendance register. He will
countersign the attendance register daily which will be in his personal custody and which
he will remove from his table half an hour after opening hour of the dispensary and at the
time of closing of the dispensary. He will record absence or leave, late arrival etc.
appropriately in red and take –suitable action and/or report defaulter to the competent
authority. He will be responsible for maintenance of discipline! and order in the
dispensary including use of prescribed uniform by the dispensary staff. . He will be
responsible for disbursement of pay of dispensary/according to the instructions. He will
ensure as far as possible. patients load is equally distributed among Medical Officers
posted to this dispensary. He will adjust his own patient's load keeping in view his
additional duties. He will arrange a Group 'D' staff to take over the charge from the
Chowkidar in the morning session and to hand over the charge to the
Chowkidar in the evening session.
Permission for Investigations / Treatment in private recognized hospitals
CMO i/c shall issue permission for Investigations / Treatment procedures as per
the specific tests / treatment procedures as advised by CGHS / Govt. Specialist / CMO in
a CGHS recognized Diagnostic Centre / Hospital of the choice of beneficiary in respect
of pensioners / Ex-Mps, Freedom fighters , tec.,.
. Such permission in respect of serving employees is granted by HOD.
Accounting of Stores:
-He. will 'scrutinize and countersign- the expenditure of drugs from the stock ledgers of
medicines issued by the store-keeper to various units of the dispensary as per demand
register. He will countersign all the entries in receipt column of medicines as per
vouchers of indents .
IMPREST MONEY: ... ]
One imprest money register will be maintained by the Chief Medical Officer In charge
/Medical Officer Incharge for recoupment of. paid up vouchers' du1y certified to be sent
to AD.
Area Welfare officer.
. There. is a. Co-ordination Committee of the officers In Which A.D. is a member of the
High Power Committee wherein matters relating to CGHS other than. Policy matters are
discussed.
Necessary action is taken whenever suggested by the Committee. The Chief Medical
Officer Incharge will form Area Welfare Committee ,in consultation with Area Welfare
Officer and hold meetings regularly to solve any problems of the dispensary. The
Committee will try to settle any complaint against the dispensary/Staff. The minutes of
the meeting should be recorded and forwarded to the Zonal Headquarter/Addl. Director
(HQ)
Outside Delhi
Chief Medical Officer/Medical Officer Incharge shall form Co-ordination Committee to
solve the problem of C.G.H.S. complaints- against the dispensary staff.
Residential Address of staff.
The Chief Medical Officer Incharge will maintain the record of residential addresses of
all the staff members along with Telephone numbers if any.
Casual Leave/Compensatory Off /Station leave Permission
He will maintain the Casual Leave record and grant Casual Leave and Compensatory off
to all staff working in the dispensary other than himself/herself. He can also grant station
leave permission. In exceptional cases he may consu1t Zonal Hq./ Addl Director for
advice.
11. Punctuality.
He will ensure punctuality and deduct day Casual Leave from Casual Leave account for
late coming, for each late attendance. But late attendance up to an hour on not more than
two occasions in a month may be condoned by the Competent authority, if he is satisfied
that it is due to unavoidable reasons. In case such a course 'does not ensure punctual
attendance, suitable disciplinary action may be taken against the Govt Servant concerned
in addition to deducting half a day's casual leave to his casual leave account for each
occasion of such late attendance.
12. He will maintain a daily diary and record all the important incidents occurring in the
dispensary.
13. Family Welfare Programme & M.C.H.
We will be overall incharge of family Welfare Programme with the help of medical social
worker and other Medical Officers and Para Medical Staff to conduct and supervise the
Family Welfare Programme to achieve the target successfully.
14. Preventive /Prophylactic treatments-
He will organize Preventive and Prophylactic treatment to the beneficiaries. The various
immunization Programmes and antenatal Check-ups should be organized in the
dispensary.
Health Education.
The Health Education Programme should be Organized in the dispensary. Weeding out of
Old Records.
." The Chief Medical Officer '. incharge will undertake the weeding out of old records
Uniform:
The Chief Medical officer Incharge should. ensure that all staff wear the prescribed
uniform while on duty,
Revalidation of Pensioner Card:
The Chief Medical Officer In charge is to revalidate the pensioner Card as and when
required, It should be done either annually or bi-annually i.e:, "'June and December
II Relieving Duty of Medical ()officers:
The Chief Medicai Officet Incharge will depute Medical Officers on relieving duty in
turn.
Safai work in absence of Safaiwala:
The Chief Medical Officer incharge is authorized to appoint one Safaiwala on daily
wages basis as and when required .
Evacuation of Serious Patients:
The Chief Medical Officer Incharge or attending Medical Officer should ensure safe
evacuation of serious patient by calling the ambulance from the hospital/any other
arrangements depending upon the Seriousness of illness.
22. Minor Surgical Work:
The facilities for minor surgical Work such as opening of abscess or stitching of wound
should be available in the dispensary.
Important Circular file (Guard file)
The Chief Medical Officer Incharge will maintain the guard file and all important
circulars should be filed serially with page mark and keep the file in his personal custody.
Chit Books:
The Chief Medical Officer Incharge wilI keep an account of chit books and issue the
same to the Medical Officers as per proforma aldeady laid down.
Handing over of charge:
The Chief Medical Officer Incharge while proceeding on leave, transfer will hand over
the charge of the dispensary to the Senior most Medical Officer of the dispensary if the
name of specified medical officer is not mentioned by the Competent authority. He will
prepare a list of articles In quadruplicate to be handed over to the relieving Officer, one
copy to the Zonal Headquarters , third, copy will be kept by the relieved Officer and 4th
Copy will be in the dispensary file.
The following articles shall be handed over to the relieving Officer:-
1. Duplicate Keys.
2. Guard File.
3. Compendium.
4. Chit Books.
5. Imprest ledger.
6. Inspection Book.
7. Complaint Book, ".
~ 8. Surprise Check Register.
9. Attendance Register.
10. Casual Leave Register.
11. Compensatory Off Register.
12. Confidential files.
13. He should obtain 'No Demand Certificate' from the store-keeper of the dispensary
duly countersigned. by the relieving :Medical Officer Incharge. One copy- of no demand
certificate should be for warded to the Zonal Headquarters.
14. Any other important records, files and articles.
Brass Seal:
He should ensure sealing of stores with brass seal and the brass seal should be in his
personal custody.
Preparation of Acquittance Roll:
1. Separate Sheet should be used for each category of staff e.g. one sheet of staff Nurse,
one sheet for L.D.C. one sheet for Storekeeper etc. or as per the direction of D.D.Os.
2. Name of dispensary in block letters.
3. stamp of the dispensary at the top with date
in each sheet. .
4. Each sheet should have serial number and initial of Medical Officer lricnarge.
.
He will be responsible for overall consumption/ control of issue of drugs etc. He will be
at par with the Specialist regarding issue of Specialist items listed in CGHS formulary.
Duties of Chief, Medical /Sr. Medical Officer/M.O.:
1. The Medical Officer will provide Comprehensive Medical care including preventive
and curative, Family Welfare and MCH and Health Education to the beneficiaries.
2. He will also scrutinize the- CGHS Token number before providing treatment. As per
rules, production of card is necessary at the time of each Visit, whether new case or old.
3. He will restrict himse1f to- general list of the formulary. But in case 'he has to
prescribe any specialist item he should take prior concurrence from Chief Medical
Officer In charge. He will not write of his own, any medicine meant for
consultants/Specialist.
4. Issue of Chit:
All Medical Officers must issue chits for restricted medicines in his/her own handwriting.
The chits must show the name and quantity (in words and figures) clearly and must be
signed and properly dated. No cutting/Overwriting will be allowed onc1iits.
5. Domiciliary Visit:
He/she should undertake domiciliary visit as per instructions issued from time to time and
should not avoid the same. Even by implication beneficiaries must not be asked to
provide transport.
6. Family Welfare Programme MCH and . Health Education:.
All Medical Officers must take active interest to promote the Family Welfare
programme, MCH and Health Education.
7. He/she should help Chief Medical Officer lncharge, Medical Officer lncharge in
maintaining cleanliness of the dispensary, supervision of the work at dressing room,
injections room find checking of various dispensary accounts and general administration,
as desired by the medical Officer Incharge/C.M.O. l/C.
8. Specialist Consultation: .
The Medical Officer may refer a case to a specialist according to the instructions, already
laid down.
9. Emergency Duty:
The Medical Officer is required to perform emergency duty by turn during non-working
hours and on Sundays and Gazetted holidays in functioning dispensary as per instructions
issued from time to time.
10. The Medical Officer will keep the medical certificate fitness certificate books and
Chit books and authority slips under his safe custody and under no circumstances this
will be handled by any other staff.
11. The Medical Officer will perform such other .duties as may be assigned to him by the
Medical Officer Incharge/Zonal Headquarters. or Directorate from time to time.
DUTIES OF STOREKEEPER / PHARMACIST INCHARGE OF
STORES:
1. The Storekeeper will be responsible to the Medical Officer Incharge and the Medic.al
Officer entrusted with the supervision of dispensary stores for the safe, storage.
protection from loss, damage or deterioration in the condition, of stocks entrusted to his
charge.
2. He will arrange to keep stores in a neat and orderly manner and ensure that all
container's, bottles. packages, etc. are properly labeled.
3. He will prepare and submit regular indents to the Medical Store Depot in accordance
with the delivery programme issued by the Depot from time to time. He will follow
meticulously, all indenting procedures circulated from time to time.
4. He wil1 take necessary steps to replenish stocks well in time to avoid any difficulty in
supply on account of any item going out of stock. He shall bring to the notice of the Chief
Medical Officer lncharge / Mtedical Officer lncharge, The items running short and
prepare by hand urgent indents for submission to the. Medical Stores Depot.
5. He will bring to the notice of the Medical Officer Incharge and submit urgent demands
within time when the stock require replenishment to allow replacement to be made before
actual depletion occur. He will ensure that a buffer stock of a minimum of 15 days is
always available in respect of listed items.
6. The Store keeper will duly initial the indent on each page and thereafter have it
countersigned by the Medical Officer Incharge before submission as per instructions
issued from time to time. He. will also initial all cuttings / overwriting / alternations
made in the indent. Proper care should be taken to ensure that such occasions are rare.
7. He will examine, count. measure or weigh as the case may be before the Stores are
received in the dispensary. At the time of receipt he will check that the quantities are
correct and are not of very short expiry and that the stores are in good condition. He will
immediately bring to .the notice of Medical Officer .Incharge any thing found to the
contrary before the store are accepted. He will otherwise be responsible for any defect
detected at a subsequent occasion.
8. He will bring to the notice of the Medical Officer Incharge stocks of such preparations
which are accumulating in the dispensary store beyond the need of the dispensary and
contact the M.S. Depot for their liquidation. Such action must be started six months in
advance of the date of expiry, if any.
9. He will be responsible for correct accounting of all stores and for maintaining stock
and issue registers and inventories in respect of both consumable stores and dead stocks.
He shall make entries in the registers and file the vouchers in serial order and produce the
same for checking/inspection at the time of verification of stores cum countersignature of
the entries 'in the registers by Medical Officer Incharge. He will make all entries in clear
& legible, handwriting, cuttings / overwriting must be avoided as far as possible.
10. He will initial all entries in the stock ledger pertaining to the receipts and issue of the
stores, Receipt entries will be made in red ink and issued entries in blue ink.
11. He shall issue to Pharmacists etc. stores under his custody onlv on the authorization
of the Medical officer incharge.
12. The Storekeeper will be responsible for obtaining written acknowledgement from the
persons to whom the items are issued from the stores. These should be maintained in the
register.
13. He will pay special attention to the short life items and maintain the record in the
short life register and put this upto the Medical Officer Incharge at the beginning of each
month pointing out such preparations which are likely to expire
in three months time. He should ask for specific orders of the Medical Officer Incharge
for their disposal. A list of all such items and their quantities must be put up in a register
to the Medical Officer Incharge and his orders obtained in writing.
14. He will be responsible for the issue of local purchase medicines received from the
authorized chemists after obtaining the signatures / residential address / date of receipt of
the beneficiaries concerned or their representatives. He will assist
Chief Medical Officer Incharge regarding issue of non-availability certificate of items
and reimbursement of claim thereof if any.
15. The storekeeper will prepare a list of medicines procured on local purchase which are
not collected by the beneficiary even after 15 days.
The medicines should be carried over in the local Purchase register at a separate place to
be -issued to the patient as per written instruction of Medical Officer Incharqe after
obtaining proper receipt from the beneficiary.
16. He will comply with all instructions regarding store-Custody and accounting
procedure issued by the Directorate / M. S. Depot from time to time or prescribed order
the General Financial Rule.
17. On transfer or while proceeding on leave he will hand over the charge of the store to
his successor and furnish a handing over and taking over charge to the Medical Officer
Incharge. He should prepare a Triplicate list of stock ledgers/ file etc. as follows and hand
over the same to the relieving store keeper a copy of which should be handed over to the
Medical Officer Incharge duly signed by both the relieving and relieved storekeeper.
A. Current:-
1. Stock ledgers of medicines Vol. I, n, m etc.
2. Stock ledger of Dead Stock Item.
3. Local Purchase register.
4. Demand file of various counters.
5. Receipt Vouchers of MSD. & others.
6. Register showing indents placed to MSD and other.
7. Register showing inventory of Dead Stock item.
8. Life Expiry register.
9. Daily Store Information file etc.
B.Old.
1. Details of old register and files handed over.
18. Pharmacist i/c stores will assist in dispensing work whenever so desired by the Chief
- -Medical Officer Incharge of the dispensary.
19. Pharmacist i/c stores will prepare the no demand certificate to the staff transferred
from the dispensary after verifying his records. The no demand certificate would be
signed by Medical Officer Incharge.
20. Opening of New ledger / register
He will follow the instruction as already laid down for opening of new ledger / register.
While opening a new stock ledger for consumable items sufficient space must be left for
each item, depending upon its consumption pattern so that the same ledger can last for
maximum possible ,period. A new stock ledger need not be started every year. as this is
only a waste of stationery and does: not serve any useful purpose. A new stock ledger
should be started, as far as possible only on 1st of April of the year concerned. While
opening a new ledger balances in the old ledger must be carried forward correctly giving
the cross reference in both the
old as well as the new ledgers.
21. He will carry out any other duty assigned to him by the Medical Officer Incharge,
commensurating with the nature of work
DUTIES STAFF NURSE (Dispensary)
1. She will be responsible for the efficient functioning of the injection room.
2. She will ensure that syringes, needles etc. are sterilized and maintained properly in
aseptic condition ready for administration of injection.She will maintain a separate tray
for penicillin and injection, containing Penicillin.
3. She will keep ready at all times a spare syringe and requisite injections to combat
anaphylactic shock and emergent condition.
4. She will check the condition of ampoule, its contents, the date of expiry etc. before
administering an injection.
5. She will administer all subsequent injections of Penicillin (Single 01' in combination)
while the test dose and the first dose of Penicillin will invaribly be administered by a
Medical Officer Personally.
6. She will specifically enquire from the patients about any adverse reaction to an
injection any time previously.
7. The staff Nurse will not administer intravenous injections.
8. In the event of a reaction to an injection she will immediately call the Medical Officer
and render all possible help that may be necessary. She will make all entries in the drug
reaction register.
9. She will maintain a record including summary in a register of the injectable received
and administered by her. The register shall be checked by the Medical Officer
periodically at least once a week.
10. She will be in uniform when on duty.
11. She will maintain demand register as per instructions laid down.
12. She will maintain a register of all injections administered in the dispensary daily. The
column shall be Date. S1. No. Name of Injection. Separate register shall be maintained
for new and old cases. The registration clerk shall add the number of old cases in the
daily attendance as shown in the OPD register for the purpose of statistics.
13. She will be responsible for proper functioning, of Oxygen Cylinder.
14. She will keep upto date account of expenditure and balance of injections received
from Store.
5. She will draw full Linen from the store of the dispensary for use in various rooms. She
will keep full account of issue of the same. She will prepare the list of the Linen items to
be condemned.
16. She will be responsible for the washing and cleanliness of the Linen through the
Dhobi engaged by the Chief Medical Officer Incharge. She will prepare Dhobi bill for
reimbursement.
17. She will Actively assist lady Medical Officer/ Chief Medical Officer Incharge for
promoting for Family Welfare Work and MCH Services in the absence of regular F.W.
Staff. In the absence of regular Malaria Surveillance Worker, she will assist the Medical
Officers preparing blood slides for detection of Malaria Parasites.
18. She will perform any other duties as may be assigned to her by the Directorate / Chief
Medic& Officer Incharge commensurating with the nature of work.
Dresser
1. The dresser will be responsible for overall management of the Dressing Room.
2. The Dresser will be responsible for dressing of wounds.
3. He will also render first aid in emergency cases and help the Medical Officer in
handing the injured. .~
4. He will prepare lotions and ointments under the guidance of the Pharmacist and lable
them properly and issue to the patients in accordance with the instructions of the Medical
Officers.
5. He will keep the Dressing Room clean and tidy. All containers of lotions, powers and
ointments shall be kept properly labeled, stoppered and arranged.
6. He will keep medicaments for Eye and Ear in a separate tray.
7. The lotions, paints. etc. for dressing will be kept in a separate tray.
8. He will prepare the drum of dressing material for sterilisation and autoclave them as
per prescribed procedure, to enable dressings to be performed under- aseptic condition.
9. He will take proper care of the soiled dressings and put the same in a covered Waste
receptacle. These soiled dressings will be disposed off as per laid down procedure.
10. In the case of a female patient, he will not perform the dressing except in the presence
of a relative of the patient or the female attendant of the dispensary.
11. He will maintain proper accounts of the medicaments drawn from the stores and
issued to the beneficiaries.
12. He will .keep bulk container, bottles/jars etc. properly covered. corked and stoppered.
13. He will keep the weighing scales in a clean an_d workin~ condition.
14. He will maintain a register of dressing performed daily. The L.D.C. will obtain the
figures of old cases and add the same to his daily attendance in the OPD register for the
purpose of statistics. The columns of register shall .be:-
Date Sl. No. T. No. Name of patient
15. The dresser while on duty will wear a white apron.
16. The dettol lotion should be changed daily.
17. He will perform any other duty assigned by Medical Officer Incharge
commensuratmg with the nature of work.
FEMALE ATTENDANT
1. The Female Attendant will be responsible for regulating the flow of patients to the
consulting room of the Medical Officer.
2. She will assist the Medical Officer in the Examination of the patients.
3. She will be present in the Dressing Room whenever required to do so.
4. She will assist the Medical Officer in sterilization of various equipment used by the
Medical Officer for injection and for examination.
5. The Female Attendant may accompany the Lady Medical Officer for a domiciliary
visit to examine a case of abortion etc. as and when required.
6. She will maintain the cleanliness of the dispensary including the verandah. She should
clean all the furniture of the dispensary. The doors and Windows should be cleaned daily
and the glass panes should be cleaned regularly. She will maintain proper display of
various posters etc. in the dispensary. '
7. She will perform any other duty assigned by Medical Officer Incharge
Commensurating with the nature of work.
Duties of the Chowkidars
1. The Chowkidar will take the charge of the dispensary premises on completion of the
evening session of the dispensary. For this purpose he must report at least 15 minutes
before closing time.
2. He will ensure that all the rooms are properly bolted and locked So as to exclude the
possibility of entry by any un-authorized person.
3. He will inspect the lock and seal of the medical store on taking over duty and show the
same to the duty Medical. Officer/Medical Officer Incharge / Storekeeper at the time of
his relief from duty.
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4. He will check that almirah containing stores placed out side the rooms are properly
locked and sealed. Any deficiency noticed will be brought to the. notice of the Chie:
Medical Officer Incharge.
5. At the time of closing the rooms, he will ensure that all lights, heaters, fans etc. are
put off and the Water taps are closed.
6. The Chowkidar will not sleep while on duty.
7. He will not leave the dispensary till the arrival of the morning Shift staff and that after
showing the locks and. seals as intact.
8. The Chowkidar will give proper guidance and help any patient who calls at. the
dispensary at night. .
9. The Chowkidar is responsible for the safety of the dispensary and. its properties and
his responsibilities include the safety of the compound in which the dispensary is
situated.
10. The inventory showing dispensary property in the Verandah/Compound should be
taken over by the Chowkidar and any discrepancy should be brought to the notice 0f
Chief Medical Officer lncharge.
11. He will perform any other duty assigned to him by Medical Officer In charge
Commensurating with the nature of work.
DUTIES~OF DISPENSARY CLERK
1. .He will be responsible for the maintenance of revalidation of Pension Cards and
timely submission of IPOs / DDs to the Office.
2. He will be responsible for indenting and keeping records of all stationary and
consumable articles and receipt of dead stock items.
3. The dispensary clerk will be at the seat well before the opening of the dispensary and
will not leave the counter after closing time till all the patients seen by the Medical.
Officers have .been registered. His duties inter-alia will include:-
1. Issue of priority token to patients as per instructions issued on the subject.
2. Registration of old and new cases reporting to the dispensary. He shall also obtain
figures of old cases from the dressing room and from the Staff Nurse for compilation of
daily OPD attendance.
3. Work relating to birth registration, addition and deletion from family, transfer of
dispensary etc.
4. Receipt and dispatch of dispensary dak.
5. Work relating to the filing, renewal and alterations in the Index Cards, and
maintenance of Index Cards.
6. Work relating to compilation and preparation of various statistical reports and
administrative returns.
7. Maintenance of up-to-date list of Index Cards and number of beneficiaries attached to
the dispensary.
8. Maintenance of Casual Leave account of the dispensary staff.
9. Assist the Medical Officers in the administrative work of the dispensary.
10. Filing of standing orders and instructions and. their circulation to all Medical Officers
on duty, night duty and regular duty.
11. Circulation and posting of important Communications among all members of
dispensary staff.
12. He will be responsible for the maintenance of revalidation of Pension Cards and
timely submission of 1.P.Os./ D.Ds. to the office.
13. He will be responsible for indenting and keeping records of all stationery and other
consumable articles except dead stock.
14. He will perform any other duty assigned to him by Medical Officer Incharge
Commensurating with the nature of work.
Duties of Pharmacists
1. The Pharmacist will be personally responsible for the correct dispensing as Per
prescriptions issued by the Medical Officer and for the safe custody of the stores received
by him. He will issue medicines, mixtures, etc. In accordance with the instructions issued
by the Directorate/, Medical Stores/Depot/Medical Officer Incharge from time to time.
2. The Pharmacist will at all times be courteous and heIpful in dealing with the patients
and under no circumstances enter into arguments, whatsoever, with a beneficiary, but
report the matter to the Chief Medical Officer Incharge.
3. He will be in position at the dispensary well before opening time of dispensaries of
medicines to beneficiaries.
4. He will be personally responsible to see that the dispensing' room is kept absolutely
clean all the time, bottles are Properly corked and well dusted. He will maintain weighing
scales and balance in good working condition.
5. He will dispense stock mixtures and medicines properly measured and weighed. He
will issue an original packing to a beneficiary only after breaking the seal.
6. The Pharmacist will write the name of the medicines with details of the doses on the
mixture bottle, container, envelope and ,also explain the _doses verbally where required..
If medicines are issued in plastic (PVC) envelope small slips shall a1so be put inside
giving the name of medicines and its dosage.
7. The Pharmacist(s) will remain on duty to clear the patient even at the end of the
dispensary hours.
8. The Pharmacist will maintain proper account of the items issued to him, dispensed by
him and the balance in stock with him.
9. "The Pharmacist will immediately comply with. the instructions and arrange for the
stocks with him to be checked at any time by the Medical Officer Incharge or other
Medical Officers and. any other officer deputed by the Zonal Headquarters.
10. In the temporary absence of store-keeper, the Pharmacist will perform the duties of
the store-keeper whenever required by the Chief Medical Officer Incharge.
11. The Pharmacist will prepare dai1y summary of expenditure of medicines in a, register
and obtain countersign attested of Chief Medical Officer Incharge.
12: He will draw all non-restricted medicines in demand register as per instruction laid
down.
13. He will paste the inventory list on the pigeon hole table and ensure its corrections and
see that the list is kept upto date.
14. He will perform any other duty assigned by Medical Officer Incharge commensurate
with the nature of work.
DUTIES OF SAFAIWALA:
1. He will report for duty half an hour before the opening time of the dispensary to sweep
and mop the dispensary floors etc. so that work can start at the scheduled hour.
2. He will daily sweep and mop the floors of the dispensary building and surroundings,
clean all wash basins, latrines and urinals, spittoons etc. He will empty waste paper
baskets, dust.bins etc. at the provided places. These duties will be performed before the
opening and at the time of closing of the dispensary and at such other times as is
necessary.
3. He will clean the walls/cisterns with a brush/broom at least once a week.
4. He will perform telephone duties on both working and closed days besides loading and
unloading of stores etc.
5. He will ask for and obtain in time sweeping material like brooms, mops etc. for the
performance of his duties.
6. When posted at the laboratory he will perform the cleaning duties pertaining to the
laboratory and its surroundings as required.
7. He will wash and clean laboratory slides, bottles etc. used for investigation purposes
and correctly dispose off the specimens after the completion of their examination and are
no longer required, under the supervision of laboratory technician / laboratory attendant.
8. He will perform any other duty assigned by Medical Officer Incharge commensurating
with the nature of work.
DUTIES OF F.P. STAFF
Duties of Social Workers / LHV / PHMIMSW / ANM
1. Plan and organize extension services that will meet area needs and utilize available resources.
2. Assist Medical Officers in maintaining cooperative productive working relations with formal
leaders and with official and non official agencies
3. To identify and list formal and informal leaders in the area-help the convene -meetings.
4. To assist in arranging for training programme for leaders and also participate in it .
5. To survey the area and prepare a list of target couples for each locality in their area.
6. To visit each house in the jurisdiction of the dispensary for motivational purpose and to
maintain a record of such visits.
7. To assist the M.O. in running antenatal, postnatal, well baby clinic and immunization
programme.
8. Indent &maintain proper record of. conventional contraceptives or other issuable
article for issue to beneficiaries Timely action shall be taken to obtain supplies regularly.
9. To assist the Medical Officer in IUCD insertions.
10. To motivate and accompany patient desirous of MTP or sterilization to hospital if
necessary.
11. Assist the M.O. in any other way to achieve the objectives of Family Welfare
Programme.
12. To organize audio Visual Programme as films show exhibitions etc. in the -locality,
of public education and information.
13. To Visit local leaders at required intervals to keep them informed about the activities
and assist them in developing programme. To arrange periodic meetings with local
leaders.
14. To prepare cases for vasectomy or IUCD or sterilization.
15. To assist Medical Officer in arranging IUCD and Vasectomy Camps. .
16. Prepare map of the area for Purpose of evaluation of the programme. .
17. To .perform any other duty assigned by the Medical Officer IIC commensurating with
the nature of work.
FAMILY WELFARE ACTIVITIES
The beginning of Family Welfare activities in Central Government Health Scheme was
made in 1955 when Familv Welfare Centres in six dispensaries were established under a
full time- Lady Medical Officer. In the year 1976 each allopathic dispensary of Central
Government Health Scheme Delhi was given one Family Welfare worker for Family
Welfare and M.C.H. services. I.U.D. programme was introduced under C.G.H.S. in 1965
in three centers and it was subsequently extended to all allopathic dispensaries of
C.G.H.S. Delhi in December, 1976.
In other C.G.H.S. Centres the Family Welfare Programme depends upon the State Govt.
Hospitals and other recognized hospitals, where Central Govt. Health Scheme
beneficiaries avail facilities.
FAMILY WELFARE ACTIVITIES IN C.G.H.S., DELHI
In C.G.H.S. Delhi at present 87 allopathic dispensaries, two Maternity Centres and one
Gynae.& Maternity hospital are functioning to provide Ante-Natal, Post-Natal. Family
Welfare and M.C.H. services to the CGHS beneficiaries. In addition to "these services
Lodi Road. II and Chitra Gupta Road dispensaries have a separate set up of M;S.W. to
distribute conventional contraceptives. Distribution centres have also been set up in some
of the larger offices and Industrial Establishments.:
Besides giving advice and guidance to the married couples, the centres also supply
family planning materials. Family Welfare Cell, C.G.H.S. Delhi arranged to impart
training in I.U.C.D. insertion to a number of lady Medical Officers as well as Family
Planning Para Medical Staff with a view to enable them to conduct the programme more
effectively with enhanced skill.
FAMILY WELFARE ACTIVITIES
.A. FAMILY ELANNING ..METHODS
1. Sterilization
2. I:U.D.
3. Nirodh ,.. ,
4. Oral Pills
..
B. MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH
1. Ante-nataI/PerinataI/Post-natal Check ups.
C. IMMUNISATION ,
1. D.P.T.
2. polio
3. T.T...
4. D.T
5. Measles & MMR
6. B.C.G. (Given by public Hospital / Local Bodies)
D. INFORMATION, EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES
1. Documentaries/Film Shows.
2. Orientation Training Camp.
3. Seminars.
4. Composite Programmes.
5. Group meetings.
6. Mass meetings.
7. Well baby Shows.
8. Exhibitions.
FAMILY WELFARE SERVICES UNDER CGHS , DELHI:
.
The Central Government Health Scheme provides free of cost. a package of Family
Welfare services to the CGHS beneficiaries and to those who are not. Certain benefits,
however are available to Government employees only. It provides consultation and
guidance at the dispensary level to all eligible couples and specialized services in the
CGHS Hospitals. It supplies conventional contraceptives (Such as Nirodh)to the
beneficiaries - free of cost.
COPPER-T (IUCD):
The- facility for insertion of Copper- T is. available at CGHS dispensaries. The Insertion
is performed by trained lady Medical Officers.
ANTE-NATALAND POST-NATAL CHECK-UP
Each dispensary provides facilities for regular ante-natal and post-natal check-ups of
female beneficiaries.
WELL BABY CLINIC:
The health of small babies and children is well cared for at the dispensaries and.
necessary expertise, consultation, immunization and treatment are "provided to the
beneficiaries.
IMMUNISATION PROGRAMME- :
The entire range of essential immunization programme is carried out in dispensaries to
protect children against Polio, diphtheria, Whooping cough,-tetanus
MEDICAL TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY:
The facilities for medical termination of pregnancy can be availed of in the CGHS:
approved hospitals and CGHS Maternity Centres (e.g. Srinivaspuri and Kalkaji in New
Delhi) along with Maternity Hospital, Rama Krishna Puram.
ADMISSION.. OF MATERNITY CASES:
The beneficiaries are advised to get the names registered in the CGHS approved hospitals
well in time so that the patient can get all medical facilities in time.
If the beneficiaries intend go for confinement in a recognized private hospital they can
obtain permission from concerned department , once pregnancy is confirmed by Medical
Officer of CGHS Dispensary / Govt. Specialist. However, ante natal check up is to be
obtained through dispensary / Govt. Hospitals.
VASECTOMY AND TUBECTOMY;
These terminal methods of sterilization can be availed of at the CGHS approved
hospitals/Centers, as approved institution by Directorate of Family Welfare, Delhi
Administration . Annexure-I
a I. Particular’s of the organization
II. Function and duties
I. CGHS-I Section, CGHS Division, Dte.
GHS (HQ)
II. As per Annexure ‘A’
b The powers & duties of its
employees/officers
Powers delegated under DFPR Rules and or
orders issued by Admn. III Section, Dte GHS
Sectt. Staff Assist the officers.
c The procedure followed in decision
making process including channels
of supervision and accountability
Since establishment matter are dealt with
relevant rules Regulations containing or
publications, such as Fundamental Rules,
Supplementary Rules, CCS (CCA) Rules etc,
are followed
Channel of submission, supervision
and accountability, as per the channel of
submission i.e. SO (CGHS-I) /Director
Admn (KS)/ Addl. DDG (HQ)/Director
(CGHS)./Addl. DG the files are disposed off
by these officers in term of delegated powers
and beyond this, the files are submitted to
HOD (DGHS) for final approval in respect of
power delegated to him. The cases beyond
this are sent to the Ministry and if
necessary, further sent to the Nodal
Ministries/ Departments such as Ministry of
Finance and DOP&T etc.
d The norms set by it for the
discharge of its functions
As per Government norms
e The rules, regulations, instructions
manuals and records, held by it or
under its control of used by its
employees for discharging its
function
Not applicable
f A statement of the categories of
document that are held by it or
under its control.
Except ACRs unclassified
g The particulars of any arrangement
that exists for consultation with or
representation by the members of
the public in relation ot the
formulation of its policy or
implementation thererof
Not applicable
h A statement of the Boards Council,
Committees and other bodies
consisting of two or more persons
constituted as its part or for the
purpose of its advice and as to
whether meetings of those Boards
Council, Committees and other
bodies are open to the public or the
minutes of such meeting are
accessible for public
Not applicable
I A directory of its officers and
employees
As per annexure ‘B’
J The monthly remuneration
received by each of its officers and
employees including the system of
compensation as provided in its
regulations
Information is available with Cash Section.
k The budget allocated to each of its
agency indicating the particulars of
all plans proposed expenditure and
reports on disbursements made
Not applicable
L The manner of execution of subsidy
programmes, including the
amounts allocated and the details
of beneficiaries of such
programmes.
Not applicable
m Particulars of recipients of
concessions permits or
authorizations granted by it.
Not applicable
n Details in respect of the information
available to or held by it, reduced in
an electronic form,
Not applicable
Annexure ‘A’
DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF HEALTH SERVICES
ALLOCATION OF WORK IN THE CGHS DIVISION TO THE DTE. GHS
(HQ)
CGHS-I SECTION
1. Creation of Group ‘A’ and ‘B’ Non-Plan posts in respect all CGHS Units
2. Continuation of Group ‘A’ and ‘B’ temporary posts in respect all CGHS
Units.
3. Conversion of Group ‘A’ and ‘B’ temporary posts into permanent ones
in
respect of all CGHS Units
4. Framing/amendment of Recruitment Rules of all posts in all CGHS
Units
5. All establishment matters pertaining to Group B (Gazetted) posts in
respect of
all CGHS Units
6. All establishment matters, other than cadre matters of CHS doctor, of
Group A
officers in respect of all CGHS Units.
7. All establishment matters, other than cadre matters in respect of
Unani
Homoeopathy and Ayurvedic physicians in all CGHS Units.
8. Parliamentary matters concerning the items of work allotted.
9. Court cases/matters relating to the items of work allotted.
10. References received from VIPs including Public Grievances pertaining
to items
of work allotted.
11. All matters relating to audit paras/audit objection related to the work
allotted.
12. Association, JCM, Departmental councils matters related to the work
allotted.
13. All periodical Reports and Returns pertaining to the work allotted.
14. All matters relating to reservation for SCs/STs/OBCs etc pertaining
to work
allotted.
15. Any other matter incidental or related to the work allotted
ANNEXURE ‘B’
Sl.
No.
Designation Staff in Position Name of the
Officer/Official
1 Director (CGHS) 1 Dr. P.K. Pukhan
2 Addl. DDG (HQ) 1 Dr. Deb Nath
3 Director Admn (KS) 1 Shri Karnail Singh
4 Section Officer 1 Shri R.C. Sharma
5 Assistant 4 1. Shri. V.P. Dubey
2. Smt. P. Khullar
3. Smt. Renu Jain
4. Smt. Kamlesh Sharma
6 Upper Division Clerk 1 1. Shri Sukh Pal Singh
2.
7 Lower Division clerk 3 1. Shri Vikram Singh
2. Shri Harish Chander
3. Smt. V.K. Seetha
8 Daftery ½ Vacant
9 Peon ½ 1. Shri Inder Pal
ANNEXURE ‘C’
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER-CGHS SECTION
1. Name of CPIO Shri Karnail Singh
(Central Public Information Director Admn (KS)
officer) Dte. General of Health Services
Room No. 448 ‘A’ Wing
Nirman Bhawan, NewDelhi-110011
Tel. No. 2306 1015
2. Appellate Authority Dr. P.K. Phukan
Director (CGHS)
Dte. General of Health Services
Room No. 545 ‘A’ Wing
Nirman Bhawan, NewDelhi-110011
Tel. No. 2306 2649
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Central Government Health Scheme


Central Zone
Dr. (Mrs.) Mohini D. Balani,
Additional Director, CGHS/CZ
Flat No. 87, Shubham Aptt.,
I.P. Ext. Marg, Delhi-110092
Dr. (Mrs.) Mohini D. Balani,
Additional Director, CGHS,
Central Zone, CGHS Building,
Chitra Gupta Road, Aram Bagh,
New Delhi,
Tel. – 23515934, 23515935
List of CGHS Dispensary & Details of CPIOs/CMO I/c
Sl.
No.
Name & Address Dispensary
Name
Tel. (O) Tel (R) Dispensary
Address
Mobile
No.
1. Dr. S. Barik, B-18, Pandara
Park, New Delhi.
Chanakya
Puri
24673777 23389256 D-II/257, 259, Vinay
Marg, New Delhi,
2. Dr. C.P. Gupta, 3-C, Syrya
Aptt., Sec.-13, Rohini, New
Delhi
Chitra Gupta
Road
23676019 27861677 CGHS Building, Near
Aram Bagh, New Delhi
3. Dr. (Mrs.) Usha Bhatnagar,
7/26, Darya Ganj, New Delhi
Constitution
House
23386954 23273194 IE-SA, Kasturba Gandhi
Marg, New Delhi
4. Dr. Jagdish Ghosh, K-2095,
Chittaranjan Park, New Dehli
Gole Market 23743810 339440388 CGHS Building, DIZ
Area, Sec.-II, Gole
Market, New Delhi
5. Dr.(Mrs.) Anjana Roy, B-132,
Pocket – 6, Kendriya Vihar,
Sec.-82, NOIDA
Aliganj 24611538 9212078701 CGHS Building, Near
Lodhi Road, New Delhi
6. Dr. V.M. Aggarwal, A-213,
Pandara Road, New Delhi
Lodhi Road 24611442 23384433 Block 4-1, 3, 5, 7, Lodhi
Road, New Delhi
7. Dr. M.R. Choudhary, B/215,
Peswa Road Aptt., New Dehli
Minto Road 23234625 23348366 New Minto Road
Hostel, Block-I, Minto
Road Complex, New
Delhi –110002
8. Dr. H.K. Prade, 412, Golden
Jublee Aptt., Sec.-II,
Extension Rohini, New Dehli-
110085
North Avenue 23094420 27571253 Govt. Building, North
Avenue, New Delhi
9. Dr. Vinod Sehgal, D-II/123,
Kaka Nagar, New Delhi
Pandara Road 23385040 24358844 D-II/365-367, Pandara
Road, New Delhi
10. Dr. N.C. Majhi, 73/2 B, Kali
Bari Marg, DIZ Area, Sec.-II,
Pararganj 23587511 23746537 3 & 4, Chitra Gupta
Road, New Delhi
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Gole Market, New Delhi
11. Dr. (Mrs.) Anjali Prakash,
C/26, Swamy Nagar, New
Delhi
President
Estate
23094777 CGHS Dispensary
Wing.
12. Dr. (Mrs.) Madhu Gupta, 5/11,
West Patel Nagar, New Delhi
South Avenue 23013490 25881052 153-B, 155-B, M.P.
Flats, South Avenue
13. Dr. J.K. Nayak, D-16, Hudco
Place, Andrews Ganj, New
Delhi –110049
Telegraph
Lane
23326601 26257583 18-E, Telegraph Lane,
New Delhi
14. Dr. (Mrs.) Manjula Tyagi, DII/
179, Kaka Nagar, New
Dehli
Dr. Z.H.
Road
23383724 24355838 CGHS Building, Dr.
Z.H. Road, New Dehli
15. Dr. R.K. Baruah, D-II/301,
Vinay Marg, Chanakya Puri,
New Delhi
Kali Bari 23743142 26111150 CGHS Building, Kali
Bari, New Delhi
16. Dr. (Mrs.) K. Biswal, D-II/79,
Kidwai Nagar (West), New
Delhi
Pragati Vihar 24361522 24108399 C.P.W.D. Complex,
Pragati Vihar, New
Delhi.
17. Dr. (Mrs.) G.P.K. Amma, DII/
A-17, Nanak Pura, New
Delhi
Kali Bari
Marg
23363178 9811112447
18. Dr. (Mrs.) Reetha George, 34,
Kali Bari Aptt., Udyan Marg,
New Delhi
North Avenu 23092794 23742023 4, North Avenue, M.P.
Flats, New Delhi
19. Dr. A.R. Das, A-2/2, Multi
Storey Flat, Pesawa Road,
Gole Market, New Delhi
Kali Bari
Marg
23364574 23746104 CGHS Building, Kali
Bari Marg, New Delhi
20. Dr. H.C. Bansal, D-II/21,
Kidwai Nagar(East), New
Delhi-23
South Avenue 23017698 24621111,
20916699
154-B, South Avenue,
M.P. Flats, New Delhi
21. Dr. Sayyed Ahmad, D-II/146,
Kaka Nagar, New Delhi
Darya Ganj 23273043 9868093427
22. Dr. (Mrs.) Kauser Parveen, A-
2521, Netaji nagar, New Delhi
Naraina Vihar 25778775 26870399 CGHS Building,
Naraina Vihar, New
Dehli
23. Dr. Abdul Qayyum, 9-LF,
Todarmal Square, Bengali
Market, New Delhi
South Avenue 23015125 31, South Avenue, M.P.
Flats, new Delhi
24. Dr. Talat Sushmani, C-291,
Minto Road Complex, New
Delhi
Sarojini
Nagar
24673551 23219712 Y-344 & 346, Sarojini
Nagar, New Delhi
25. Dr. M. Shammon, F-3/80,
Chand Bagh, Delhi-94
Shahdara,
Mansrover
Park
22583766 55813983 CGHS Building,
Shahdara, Delhi
26. Dr. K. Ravi, Block No. 6/698,
Lodhi Colony, New Delhi
Sidha
Dispensary
26175146,
26175140
CGHS Building, Sec.-
12, R.K. Puram, New
Delhi
27. Dr. R. Raja Rajan, H-369,
Sec.-4, R.K. Puram, New
Delhi
Sidha Unit 24611442 26167788 Block No. 4-1,3,5,7,
Lodhi Road, New Delhi
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East Zone
1Dr. (Mrs.) Usha Raina.
Addl. Director(EZ) , Officating
Vikas Marg, Laxmi Nagar,
New Delhi.
Tel. – 011-22543838.
Additional Director, CGHS,
East Zone, Laxmi Nagar,
New Delhi,
Tel. – 011- 22543838
List of CGHS Dispensary & Details of CMO I/c
Sl.
No.
Name & Address Dispensary
Name
Tel. (O) Tel (R) Dispensary
Address
Mobile
No.
1. Dr. V.P. Kalra, 1/7226-M,
Shivaji Park, Shahdara, Delhi-
32
Chandni
Chowk
23866892 22585055 CGHS Disp. No. 8, Near
Moti Cinema, Chandni
Chowk, Delhi-6
2. Dr. G.S. Barik, Qtr No. DII/
146, Kaka Nagar, N.D.-3
Darya Ganj 23273043 CGHS Disp. No. 28,
Behind Golcha cinema
Hall, Darya Ganj, Delhi-
02
9868093427
3. Dr. Neelam Sharma, A-32,
Nirman Vihar, Delhi-92
Dilshad
Colony
22352200 22018303,
22013979
CGHS Disp. No. 87, E-
13 & 14, Express
Market, Dilshad Colony,
Delhi
4. Dr. M.L. Rathore, C-9A, Old
Govind Pura Extn. Gali No. 3,
Parwana Road, D-51
Ghaziabad 95120-
2789969
22526136 CGHS Disp. No. 68,
Kamla Nehru Nagar,
Ghaziabad
5. Dr. V.K. Mittal, 7B, MS Flat,
Swasthya Vihar, Delhi-92
Krishana
Nagar
22512866 22522181 CGHS Disp. G.K.G. No.
56, H.No. A-1, Krishna
Nagar, Delhi-51
6. Dr. J.K. Handa, 5/4, Maharaja
Lal Lane, civil Line, Delhi-54
Kingsway
Camp
27459411 CGHS Disp, KWC No.
60, New Police Line,
ingsway Camp, Delhi
9810511303
7. Dr. B.P. Acharya, 605, Devika
Apartments, Vaishali,
Ghaziabad
Laxmi Nagar 22543108 95120-
27766301
CGHS Disp. No. 67,
Laxmi Nagar, Main
Vikas Marg, Delhi-92
8. Dr. S. Pradkar, 715, Block –
10, Kailash Dham, Sector 50,
NOIDA
Mayur Vihar 22751321 95120-
2571240
CGHS Disp. No. 77,
264, A, Mayur Vihar,
Pkt-I, Phase-I, Delhi
9. Dr. B. Bohra, G-106/G,
Dilshad garden, Delhi-95
NOIDA 95120-
2574254
22354719 CGHS Disp. No. 22,
Hathikhana, Pul
1 INFORMATION AWAITED
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Bangash, Near Azad
Market, Delhi-7
10. Temporarily closed Pul Bangash 23614603 CGHS Disp. No. 22,
Hathikhana, Pul
Bangash, Near Azad
Market, Delhi-7
11. Dr. S. Chakraborty, 2101,
Delhi Admn. Qtr., Gulabi
Bagh, Delhi-7
Rajpur Road 23973646 23651032 CGHS Disp. No. 59, 5,
Rajpur Road, Old Police
Line, Delhi-54
12. Dr. Nanak Das Jolly, J-12,
Naveen Shahdara, De lhi-32
Shahdara 22583766 22323736 CGHS Disp. No. 49,
Mansarovar Park,
Shahdara, Delhi-32
13. Dr. B.S. Chajjed, AO-10, Kala
Kunj Apartment, Shalimar
Bagh, Delhi-88
Shakti Nagar 27114162 27475758 CGHS Disp. No. 6,
23/1, Shakti Nagar,
Delhi-7
14. Dr. R.K. Mundra, J-22,
Dilshad Colony, Delhi
Lancer Road 23813808 22357936 CGHS General Hospital
No. 7, Lancer Road,
Delhi
15. Dr. K.L. Gupta, B-19, Vivek
Vihar, Delhi
Ghaziabad 95120-
2624279
22151295 CGHS Disp. Vivek
Vihar No. 79, D-12,
Chander Nagar,
Ghaziabad
16. Dr. A.K. Saxena, KM-117,
Kavi Nagar, Ghaziabad
Bhajan Pura 22565516 2713232 CGHS Disp. No. 84, C-
67, Gali NO. 8, Bhajan
Pura, Delhi
9868519393
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North Zone
2Dr. (Mrs.) Usha Raina
Addl. Director,CGHS(NZ)
Shankar Road,
New Raijinder Nagar.
New Delhi
Tel. 28745842
28743646.
Additional Director, CGHS,
North Zone, New Rajinder Nagar,
New Delhi,
Tel. – 28745842
28743646
List of CGHS Dispensary & Details of CMO I/c
Sl.
No.
Name & Address Dispensary
Name
Tel. (O) Tel (R) Dispensary
Address
Mobile
No.
1. Dr. A.K. Gupta, Flat No.
6/3, MCO Flat Model
Town, Delhi
Ashok
Vihar
27242028 27676670 I-97, Ashok Vihar,
Phase-I, Delhi-52
2. Dr. (Mrs.) Sushma Sethi,
F-102, Rajouri Garden,
New Delhi
Delhi Cantt 25692914 25104297/
25460867
CGHS Dispensary
Delhi Cantt. Near
Sadar Bazar
3. Dr. A.P. Singh, 3 C/44,
New Rohtak Road
Dev Nagar 25860275 28714484 Block No. 12,
Mother Dairy Both,
CGHS Disp. Dev
Nagar
4. Dr. I.D. Bansal, C 3A/9A
Janak Puri, New Delhi
Hari Nagar 28125518 25507885 CGHS Hari Nagar,
Near DTC Depot,
Hari Nagar.
5. Dr. P.S. Tomar, 394,
Sector –4 R.K. Puram,
New Delhi
Inder Puri 25836573 26188705 Flat No. 647, 648,
Krishi Kunj, Inder
Puri.
6. Dr. K.K. Bhushan, E-
1073, Palam Extn., Part-I,
Sec.-7, Dwarka
Janak Puri-
1
25551434 25089088 C-4, CGHS Disp.,
Janak Puri-I.
7. Dr. B. Das, 25, IES Apts.,
Plot-9, Sec.-4, Dwarka,
Phase-I, N.D.-45
Janak Puri-
2
25593558 25081828 B-1/20, Janak Puri,
N.D.-528
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8. Dr. G.S. Dhillon, 316,


Double Storey, New
Rajinder Nagar
Karol Bagh 23619345 25733009 883, East Park
Road, Karol Bagh,
N.D.
9. Dr. H.K. Chandiramani,
5/26, Ground Floor, Old
Rajinder Nagar
Naraina
Vihar
25778775 55461795 C-Block Near
community Centre,
Naraina Vihar.
10. Dr. (Mrs.) S. Behl, 26/20,
Old Rajinder Nagar, New
Delhi
New
Rajinder
Nagar
25742850 25732164 CGHS Disp.
Building New
Rajinder Nagar
11. Dr. S. Dutta, CMO
(NFSG), B-29, Apurva
Aptt. Sec.-5, Plot No. –
14, Dwarika, New Delhi
Nangal
Raya
28521863 25072559 CGHS Disp. Nangal
Raya D Block,
Janak Puri
12. Dr. S.C. Mehra, Plot-1,
Sec.-11, 2nd Floor,
W.P.N. behind Block-10
East Patel
Nagar
2583326 25888437 11/14, East Patel
Nagar, New Delhi
13. Dr. M.J. Nayyar, 11/26,
West Patel Nagar, N.D.
West Patel
Nagar
25882551 25880028 11/26, West Patel
Nagar.
14. Dr. S.K. Jain, A-3/63,
Sec.-3, Rohini, N.D.
Pusa Road 25768071 27516420 23, Pusa Road, N.D.
15. Dr. (Mrs.) S. Senapati,
Q.No. 308, Sec.-I, Pkt-I,
Dwarka (SFS Flat)
Palam
Colony
25035839 25086644 CGHS Dispensary
Palam Colony, Near
Subzi Mandi,
Mangla Puri.
16. Dr. G.P. Sahoo, A-3/18,
Sector-3, Rohini
Pitam Pura 27344481 27516461 Income Tax Colony,
Pitam Pura
17. Dr. P.B. Sexena, C-
5A/237, Janak Puri, N.D.
Paschim
Vihar
25268410 25536085 Qtr. No. –A1, A2,
A8, Pkt-3, Paschim
Vihar
18. Dr. Dharam Parkash,
Q.No. 2, P.H.C. Palam
Village, New Delhi-45
Rajouri
Garden
25493955 25084205 CGHS Dispensary
Hari Nagar, Near
DTC Depot, Hari
Nagar
19. Dr. R.C. Senapati, Q.No.
308, Sec.-I, Pkt-I,
Dwarka (SFS Flat).
Rohini 27040169 25086644 CGHS Dispensary
Nahar Pur, Sec.-7,
Rohini
20. Dr. H.C. Gupta, I-159,
Ashok Vihar, Phase-I,
N.D.
Sunder
Vihar
25264239 27127172 I/6, Sunder Vihar,
Delhi-57
21. Dr. A.K. Jena, F-17/125,
Sector-8, Rohini, N.D.
Tilak
Nagar
25998900 27945626 CGHS Dispensary
Tilak Nagar, Near
Subzi Mandi.
22. Dr. S.M. Valecha, H.No.
3, Pocket 24, Sector – 3
Rohini
Tri Nagar 27385025 27564500 Building No. 564,
Gali No. 37, Onkar
Nagar, Tri Nagar
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South Zone
Dr(Mrs.) Asha Bansal,
Addl. Director(SZ)
Sector VIII, RK Puram,
New Delhi.
Tel. 011-26197906
011-26711358
Additional Director, CGHS,
South Zone, R.K. Puram,
Sector - VIII, New Delhi,
Tel. 011-26197906
011-26711358
List of CGHS Dispensary & Details of CMO I/c
Sl. No. Name & Address Dispensary
Name
Tel. (O) Tel (R) Dispensary
Address
Mobile No.
1. Dr. Poonam Puri, K-33,
NDSE-II.
Andrews
Gang
26257628 26256500 D-2, 65 & 66,
Andrews Ganj.
2. Dr. S. Bhattacharjee,
513, Sector-III, R.K.
Puram
Pushp
Vihar
29593193 55672355 Information Awaited
3. Dr. A.K. Dutt, M-18,
Green Park.
Hauz Khas 26507894 CGHS Dispensary
Building, SDA, New
Delhi.
9811979260
4. Dr. P.C. Samal, D-6,
Hudco Place, Andrews
Ganj.
Jangpura 24312213 26266662 Q.No.46, 48, 50, 52,
56, Block No. 8,
Jangpura
5. Dr. (Mrs.) Neelam
Joshi, E-23, Jangpura
Extn.
Kalkaji – I 26430857 24314614 CGHS Maternity
Centre & Disp.,
Kalkaji.
6. Dr. (Mrs.) Shakti Malik,
28-Godavari Aptts.,
Alaknanda
Kalkaji-II 26028746 26218411 Qr. LIG DDA, Flat
38-B, 42-43A, 745A,
Kalkaji.
7. Dr. (Mrs.) S. Batra, S-
288, Greater Kailash
Kasturba
Nagar-I
26622867 26470167 CGHS Polyclinic,
Kasturba Nagar,
New Delhi
8. Dr. P.C. Samal, B-319,
Pragati Vihar Hostel
Kasturba
Nagar-II
24327736 2436243 R. 525,526,529, 530,
533 Kasturba Nagar.
9. Dr. Brinda, E-34, Kidwai 24624546 2626712 CGHS Own
Building, 61-63,
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Hudco Place, Andrews


Ganj.
Nagar Building, 61-63,
Kidwai Nagar.
10. Dr. G.R. Bhilwar,
Sector – C, Pocket – 9,
Flat No. 9297, Vasant
Kunj.
Laxmibai
Nagar
26874643 26892324 CGHS Disp.
Building, Near
Navyug School,
Laxmibai Nagar,
new Delhi.
11. Dr. (Mrs.) Kusum
Mehra, 3/9, Kalkaji
Extn.
Lajpat
Nagar
29816439 26467832 CGHS Disp.
Building, Lajpat
Nagar Market, New
Delhi.
12. Dr. (Mrs.) Beena
Namchoom, N-31,
Nivedita Kunj, Sector-
X, R.K. Puram
Moti Bagh 24620333 26177389 CGHS own Building
near Begum Zaidi
Market, Moti Bagh,
New Delhi.
13. Dr. R.K. Goel, D-II A,
2734, Netaji Nagar
Munirka 26107983 26116766 DDA Flat, JNU
Campus, Munirka.
14. Dr. (Mrs.) Chanda
Dutta, H-1518, C.R.
Park
M.B. Road 29564988 26277234 CGHS own
Building, Sector – 1,
M.B. Road.
15. Dr. Nandan Raj, Flat
No. 1, CGHS
Dispensary, R.K.
Puram, Sector VIII
Malaviya
Nagar
26671494 26168278 Senior Secondary
School, Malviya
Nagar.
16. Dr. (Mrs.) Indira
Bishnoi, 381, Sector-IV,
R.K. Puram
Netaji
Nagar
24670222 26170438 CGHS Disp.
Building, Netaji
Nagar.
17. Dr. (Mrs.) Mridula
Singh, 13-70, Swasthya
Vihar
Nauroji
Nagar
26106127 22047173 77, 79, 81, 83-E,
Nauroji Nagar.
18. Dr. R.P. Singh, 13-70,
Swasthya Vihar
Nanakpura 24670444 22047173 CGHS Disp.
Building,
Nanakpura.
19. Dr. Jeewan Prakash, 5-
LE, Todarmal Square,
Bengali Market, New
Delhi
R.K.
Puram-I
26175132 23320810 Q.No. 817-818,
Sector – IV, R.K.
Puram.
20. Dr. (Mrs.) Madhu
Asthana, C/8/8797,
Vasant Kunj
R.K.
Puram-II
26175323 26893988 CGHS Disp.,
Building, R.K.
Puram, Sector – II,
New Delhi
21. Dr. (Mrs.) Sucheta
Malhotra, 30-West
Avenue, IIT complex,
New Delhi
R.K.
Puram-III
26175490 26581029 CGHS Disp.
Building, R.K.
Puram, Sector – VI,
New Delhi.
22. Dr. S.N. Mishra, 0/5/2,
M.S. Flats, R.K. Puram,
Sector – XIII
R.K.
Puram-IV
26173988 26888946 CGHS Disp.
Building, Sector _
VIII, R.K. Puram.
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Sector – XIII
23. Dr. (Mrs.) Manorama
Govil, 132, Vasant
Enclave, New Delhi
R.K.
Puram-V
26170472 26146635 Qr. 810, 818 – 825,
Sector – XII, R.K.
Puram
24. Dr. (Mrs.) Meera
Hazala, Block-N, 20-
FF, Malviya Nagar
R.K.
Puram-VI
26173911 26672556 Qr. No. 833,837,839,
Sector –13, R.K.
Puram, Qr. No. 817
25. Dr. (Mrs.) Geeta Pant,
D-II/255, Vinay Marg,
Chanakya Puri
Sarojini
Nagar-I
24170555 26882005 Y-342-346, Sarojini
Nagar
26. Dr. D.R. Dey, DII/
A/55, South Moti
Bagh
Sarojini
Nagar-II
24670666 24105119 I – 165, 67, 69, 171,
Sarojini Nagar
27. Dr. R.C. Mahapatra, C-
585, Laxmi Bai Nagar
Sarojini
Nagar
Market
24670777 26874591 G – 150, 152, 154,
156, Sarojini Nagar
28. Dr. (Mrs.) S. Bhatnagar,
B-302, Kaveri
Apartments, Alaknanda
Sadiq.
Nagar
26255516 26023741 CGHS Disp., Near
G.K. – I, New Delhi.
29. Dr. R.K. Anand, 16-
Samroa Bazaar,
Jangpura
Sri Niwas
Puri
26910251 CGHS Maternity
Centre / Disp.
Building,
Srinivaspuri, New
Delhi.
9810063762
30. Dr. (Mrs.) Thussu, H.
No. 1719, Sector-28,
Faridabad.
Faridabad 95129-
241719
95129-
22712393
NTT, Sector – IV,
Faridabad.
31. Dr. (Mrs.) Asha Bagga,
J-1188, Palam Vihar,
Gurgaon
Gurgaon 95124-
2320516
2460717 482/16, Civil Lines,
Gurgaon
32. Dr. (Mrs.) Vinoda Lal,
1238, Sector – A,
Pocket B, Vasant Kunj.
CBI
Colony
Information
Awaited----
26890862
33. Dr. (Mrs.) I.K. Judge,
P-24, South Extension,
Pt-II
M&G.
Hospital,
R.K. Puram
2617490 26251825 RK PuramSector-V
New Delhi
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Main CGHS Offices
Sl. No. NAME AND ADDRESS TELEGRAPHIC
ADDRESS
TELEPHONE
OFFICE\RES.
1. DR. J. ARJUNAN, JT. DIRECTOR, 2ND FLOOR,
“S.R. HOUSE” OPPOSITE MOUNT CARMEL HIGH
SCHOOL, ASHRAM ROAD, AHMEDABAD –
380009.
CENTHEALTH
AHMEDABAD
079-
26587798 (O)
26580185 (O)
26587322 FAX
27470363 (R)
2. DR. N.K. ANAND, ADDL. DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, 2ND FLOOR, SANGAM
PLACE, CIVIL LINES, ALLAHABAD-211001
CENTHEALTH
ALLAHABAD
0532-
2560578 (O)
25612310 (Fax)
2602712 (R)
2603090 (R)
3. DR. E. JAYARAM, ADDL. DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, E- WING, III RD
FLOOR, KENDRYA SADAN, KORAMANGALA,
BANGALORE-560034.
CENTHEALTH
BANGALORE
080-
255539058 (O)
25500899 FAX
25729395 (R)
4. DR. J.P. SHAKYA, JOINT DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, POLICE ITI BUILDING,
JAHANGIRABAD, BHOPAL-462 008 (M.P)
0755-
2768621
(TELEFAX)
2562042 (R)
5. DR. R.C. SAMAL, JOINT DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, A.G. COLONY, UNIT-4,
BHUBNESWAR-750001.
DR. SAHOO (NEW)
CENTHEALTH
BHUBANESWAR
0674-
2500127
(TELEFAX)
2506538 (R)
9437007911(M)
09937340988
2404611(Fax)
6. DR.S.S. SAHER, JOINT DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
KHARA VILA NAGAR, UNIT-III
BHUBANESHWAR
CENTHEALTH
BHUBANESWAR
0674-2500127
(TELEFAX)
7. DR. SUBHASH CHANDER ANAND, JOINT
DIRECTOR, CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
HOMEOPATHY DISPENSARY CAMPUS, SECTOR-
34, CHANDIGARH
0712-
2401888,
2646030 (O)
2646050 (FAX)
9417272399(M)
8. DR. ELIZABETH MATHEW,
ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, E-II, C,
CENTHEALTH
CHENNAI
044-
24901886 (O)
24916955 FAX
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RAJAJI BHAWAN, BESANT NAGAR,


CHENNAI-600090
2491924 (R)
09444367757
cghs@in.nic.in
9. Dr. JAYANT KUMAR, THE JOINT DIRECTOR,
CGHS DEHRADUN, 19 NAVYUG ENCLAVE,
INDRAPURAM PHASE- III, MILAN VIHAR,
DEHRADUN.
0135-
2521235(TFAX)
9837091603(M)
2761718 (R)
1 0 . RAL CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
CAMP OFFICE, HOUSE NO.19, LANE NO.64,
MOHIT NAGAR, CGHS, DEHRA DUN
0135-
2771581 PP(O)
9417272399
11. DR. BHASKAR BHERA, ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CGHS (HQ), 5TH FLOOR, NIRMAN BHAWAN,
NEW DELHI-110011.
CENTHEALTH
DELHI
23017229 (O)
12. DR. P.D. BARUAH, JOINT DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, PINAKI PETH, 7TH BY
LANE, ZOO NARANGI, TINALI, R.G.BARUAH
ROAD, GUWAHATI-781 003
CENTHEALTH
GUWAHATI
0361-
2457742
(TELEFAX),
2267806(R),
2268516 (R),
2457742(O)
13. DR. P.V.S. RAO, ADDL. DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, KENDRIYA
SWASTHYA BHAWAN, PRAKASHNAGAR, NEAR
AIRPORT, BEGUMPET, HYDERABAD-500016.
CENTHEALTH
HYDERABAD
040-
27902316 (O)
27900115(FAX)
27634499 (R)
9440844499(M)
RATNAKAR C
@ yahoo.com
14. DR. P. NEMA, JOINT DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, 323, NEPIER TOWN,
NEAR UTI BANK, JABALPUR-482001
CENTHEALTH
JABALPUR
0761-
2405205 (O)
2411890 (FAX)
2314402 (R)
cghs@sancharn
et.in
15. DR. B.S. JAIN, ADDL. DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, HOTEL RADHA
KRISHNA PREMISES, STATION ROAD, JAIPUR-
302006.
CENTHEALTH
JAIPUR
0141-
2379717 (O)
2369278 (FAX)
2724242 (R)
tddutta@sancha
rnet.in
16. DR. (MRS.) SHASHI BALA PURI, ADDL.
DIRECTOR, CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
KENDRANCHAL COLONY BUILDING, GUL
MOHAR VIHAR, P.O. JUHI, KANPUR-208014
CENTHEALTH
KANPUR
0512-
2618199 (O)
2618144 (O)
2618122(FAX)
2292364 (R)
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17. DR. B. BISWAS, ADDL. DIRECTOR, CENTRAL


GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, IVTH FLOOR, 8,
ESPLANADE EAST, KOLKATA
CENTHEALTH
KOLKATA
033-
22103921 (O)
22485346 (Fax)
24435069 (R)
cghs
Kol.@wb.nic.in
18. DR. A.K. MITRA, ADDL. DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, 9-A, RANA PRATAP
MARG, LUCKNOW-226001
CENTHEALTH
LUCKNOW
0522-
2611480 (FAX)
2621668 (O)
2508377 (O)
2353160 ®
9415010528(M)
E – mail-cghs 1
ko@up.nic.in
19. DR. R.K. AGARWAL, JOINT DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, SWASTHYA
BHAWAN, SURAJ KUND ROAD, MEERUT
CENTHEALTH
MEERUT
95121-
2601426 (O)
2620090 (R)
2661734 FAX
20. DR. K.N. JOG, ADDL. DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, UNITED INDIA
BUILDING, 2ND FLOOR, SIR PM ROAD, FORT,
MUMBAI-400001
Dr. GOHAIN, CMO
CENTHEALTH
MUMBAI
022-
22641354 (O)
22660249(FAX)
26840776 (R)
adcghs@bom.ni
n.in
22611769
21. DR. R.S. KULKARNI, ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, T.V. TOWER
SQUARE, SWASTH BHAWAN, SEMINARY HILLS,
NAGPUR-440006.
CENTHEALTH
NAGPUR
0712-
2510620
(TELEFAX)
2534723 (R)
9823049013(M)
22. DR. T.S. BHATT, ADDL. DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, 54 SOUTH OF CHAJJU
BAGH ROAD, OPP. AIR, PATNA-800001.
CENTHEALTH
PATNA
0612-
2221819(TELE
FAX)
2525991 (R)
23. DR. V.P.S. BHATIA, JOINT DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, SWASTHYA SADAN,
MUKUND NAGAR, PUNE-411037
CENTHEALTH
PUNE
020-
27036375 (R)
24269461 FAX
cghspune@vsnl.
net
24. DR. N. C. DEBBAARMAN, JOINT DIRECTOR,
CGHS(NEW), RANCHI CAMP, A.G.
COLONY, CGHS DISP., DORANDA,
RANCHI-834002
CENTHEALTH
RANCHI
0651-
2265069 (R)
09433142418
(M)
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25. Ranchi-II
DR. K.K.SINGH, JOINT DIRECTOR, CENTRAL
GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, O/o THE DEPUTY
DIRECTOR, NEW A.G. COLONY, P.O. DORANDA
RANCHI-834002.
CENTHEALTH
RANCHI
0651-
2480858 [Jt.Dir]
2482623[PBX]
2412517(FAX)
(PP)
26. DR. BAISHYA, ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR,
C/O REGIONAL DIRECTOR, H. & F.W.,
DHENKHETI, NEAR SHILLONG COLLEGE,
SHILLONG –793003
0364-
2520652 (O)
2520626 (R)
9864049019(M)
27. DR. JOYCE MATHEWS, JOINT DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME, 3/45,
KESAVADASAPUAM, TRIVANDRUM-695004.
CENTHEALTH
TRIVENDRUM
0471-
2449760 (O)
2554329 (FAX)
2542100 (R)
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State Offices
1. Ahmedabad
DR. J. ARJUNAN, JT. DIRECTOR,
2ND FLOOR, “S.R. HOUSE”
OPPOSITE MOUNT CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL,
ASHRAM ROAD, AHMEDABAD – 380009.
Tel. No. - 079-26587798 (O), 26580185 (O), 26587322 (FAX), 27470363 (R)
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of Dispensary & Address Name of CMO I/c Tel . No.
1. CGHS Disp. No. 1, Kashi Viswanath
Mahadev Trust Building, Out side Shahpur
Gate, Shahpur, Ahmedabad
Dr. J.N. Mehta,
CMO (NFSG)
079-25603848
079-26610616 (R)
2. CGHS Disp. No. 2, Govt. F. Colony,
Block No. 34/284, 285, Shahalam
Tolnaka, Shaha Alam, Ahmedabad
Dr. P.D. Chavda,
CMO (NFSG)
079-25393262
079-25391714 (R)
3. CGHS Disp. No. 3, 1, Jeevan Prakash
Society, Darpan Six Roads, Nr. St. Xaviers
School Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad-
380014
Dr. G.C. Day, CMO
(NFSG)
079-26430021
079-27498949 (R)
4. CGHS Disp. No. 4, Qtr. No. M/49/289,
290, Pragatinagar, Naranpura, Ahmedabad
Dr. (Mrs.) C. Dey,
CMO (NFSG)
079-27478393
079-27498949 (R)
5. CGHS Disp. No. 5, A.G. Staff Qtrs., Block
No. 68/1615, 1616, Meghaninagar,
Ahmedabad
Dr. (Mrs.) Namrata
Bharava, CMO
079-22680487
079-27480270 (R)
2. Allahabad
DR. N.K. ANAND, ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
2ND FLOOR, SANGAM PLACE, CIVIL LINES,
ALLAHABAD-211001
Tel. No. - 0532-2560578 (O), 25612310 (Fax), 2602712 (R), 2603090 (R)
Dispensary Details
Sl. No. Name of Incharge Name of Disp. / Polyclinic with
Postal Address
Tel. No.
Dispensary
Tel No.
Residence
1. Dr. Dilip Kumar Polyclinic, 2nd Floor, Sangam 2560065 2502608
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Place, Civil Lines, Allahabad


2. Dr. M.P. Singh Disp. No. 1, 41, I.L.N. Road,
Allahabad
2468188 2506196
3. Dr. P.K. Tandon Disp. No. 2, 4/6 Drumond Road
Allahabad
2624435 2607683
4. Dr. A.P. Rastogi Disp. No. 3, 113C-1131A,
Kalyani Devi, Allahabad
2651530 2233850
5. Dr. S. Barik Disp. No. 4, 9 Bank Road,
Allahabad
2642457 2232535
6. Dr. V. Shankar Disp. No. 5, Type-II, 2, 7 & 8
Kendranchal, Dboomnganj,
Allahabad
2232562 ----------
7. Dr. Ganga Ram Disp. 6, 646, 38 Leader Road,
Allahabad
2403822 2436688
8. Dr. D.D. Tarai Disp. No. 7, 97, Industrial
Colony, Naini, Allahabad
2697132 2667464
3. Bangalore
DR. E. JAYARAM, ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
E- WINGH, III RD FLOOR, KENDRYA SADAN,
KORAMANGALA, BANGALORE-560034.
Tel. No. - 080-255539058 (O), 25500899 (FAX), 25729395 (R)
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of CMO I/c Name & Address of Dispensary Tel . No.
1. Dr. (Mrs.) R.
Vatsala
CGHS Disp. No. 1, Shivajinagar (Functional
Dispensary) – 18/1, Infantry Road,
Shivajinagar, Bangalore
22861255
2. Dr. (Mrs.) Padma CGHS Disp. No. 2, Malleswaram (Functional
Dispensary) – Malleswaram Cooperative
Society Building, 8th Cross, Margoss Road,
Malleswaram, Bangalore – 560003
2311492
3. Dr. (Mrs.) Lakshmi
Dev
CGHS Disp. No. 3, Basavanagudi – A-5,
Aradhya Complex, Vanivilas Road,
Basavanagudi, Bangalore – 550004
26673000
4. Dr. P. Subramnyam CGHS Disp. No. 4, Ulsoor – No. 27, Car Street
Ulsoor, Bangalore – 560004
25510759
5. Dr. Y. Narayanaswamy
CGHS Disp. No. 5, Vijaynagar – GPRA CPWD
Quarters, Vijaynagar, Bangalore – 560040
23351893
6. Dr. P.S. Gupta CGHS Disp. No. 6, Jayanagar – No. 57/190,
R.V. Road, 2nd Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore –
26570202
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560011
7. Dr. J.A. Ananda
Alwar
CGHS Disp. No. 7, Koramangala, CPWD
Quarters, Koramangala, Bangalore – 560034
25539277
8. Dr. (Mrs.) U.
Pramila Rani
CGHS Disp. No. 8, Domlur, CPWD Quarters,
Domlur, Bangalore – 560038
25355662
9. Dr. K.M.
Shivakumar
CGHS Disp. No. 9, Gangenahalli – 256, 1st
Cross, II Main Ganganagar, Layout, Bangalore
23330320
10. Dr. H.
Chikkabyrappa
CGHS Disp. No. 10, DRDO Complex – DRDO
Complex, C.V. Raman Nagar, Bangalore –
560093
25243236
11. Dr. K.H.S. Rao CGHS POLYCLINIC, Shivajinagar – No.
119/1 & 2, Infantry Road, Shivajinagar,
Bangalore – 560001
22869225
4. Bhopal
DR. J.P. SHAKYA, JOINT DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
POLICE ITE BUILDING, JAHANGIRABAD,
BHOPAL-462 008 (M.P)
Tel. No. - 0755-2768621(TELEFAX), 2562042 (R)
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of Dispensary & Address Name of CMO I/c Tel . No.
1. CGHS, Police I.T. Building, Jahangirabad,
Bhopal (M.P.)
Dr. V.S. Tomar 2765071
5. Bhubaneshwar
Postal Address of this Unit Govt. of India, Ministry of Health & F.W. Office of the Joint
Director, CGHS, A.G. Colony, Unit-IV, Bhubanewar-01
Name of the Joint Director /
CMO I/c
Dr. R.C. Samal, Joint Director
Poly clinic Nil
Office telephone Number 0674-2500127 (O)
0674-2500127 (FAX)
0674-2506538 (R)
Name of the CMO I/c Dr. D. Sahoo
Telephone No. 0674-2403545
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6. Chandigarh
DR. SUBHASH CHANDER ANAND, JOINT DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
HOMEOPATHY DISPENSARY CAMPUS,
SECTOR-34, CHANDIGARH
Tel. No. - 0712-2401888, 2646030 (O), 2646050 (FAX), 9417272399(M)
7. Chennai
DR. ELIZABETH MATHEW,
ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
E-II, C, RAJAJI BHAWAN, BESANT NAGAR,
CHENNAI-600090
Tel. No. - 044- 24901886 (O), 24916955 (FAX), 2491924 (R), 09444367757
cghs@in.nic.in
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of CMO I/c Address of Dispensary Tel . No.
1. Dr. (Mrs.) Yesodha
Thanikachalam,
CMO (NFSG)
Adyar Dispensary, Block No l. 122/169-170,
CPWD Quarters, Indira Nagar, Adyar, Chenai-
600020
24415251
2. Dr. T. Krishna,
CMO (NFSG)
Ana Nagar Dispensary & Polyclinic Central
Revenue Quarters, No. 15, Ranganathan
Garden, Anna Nagar, Chennai-600040
26160531,
26160971,
26160853
3. Dr. P. Venkatachalapathy,
CMO
(NFSG)
George Town Dispensary, No. 64,
Thathamuthiappan Street, George Town,
Chennai-600001
25220585
4. Dr. K. Babu Rao,
CMO (NFSG)
Gopalapuram Dispensary, No. 1, 1st Street,
Gopalapuram, Chennai-600086
28114535
5. Dr. S. Palanivelu,
CMO (NFSG)
Guindy Dispensary, Block No. 6/1-5, BCG
Staff Quarters, Guindy, Chennai-600032
22351242
6. Dr. P. Damodaran,
CMO (NFSG)
K.K. Nagar Dispensary & Polyclinic GPRA
Complex, CPWD Quarters, K.K. Nagar,
Chennai – 600078
24745646,
24744242
7. Dr. (Mrs.) S. Geetha,
CMO (NFSG)
Meenambakkam Dispensary, DGQA Complex,
Meenambakkam, Chennai-600114
22326373
8. Dr. B. Sundararaju,
CMO (NFSG)
Nandambakkam Dispensary, Quarter No. 16-19
– CDA Residential Complex, Nandambakkam,
Chennai-600089
22312153
9. Dr. (Mrs.) A.
Vatsala, CMO
(NFSG)
Nungambakkam Dispensary C&B Block, 1st
Floor, Shastri Bhavan, Haddows Road, Chennai
- 600006
28277607
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10. Dr. (Mrs.) Jacinth


Augustine, CMO
(NFSG)
Perambur Dispensary, No 28, Perambur High
Road, Perambur, Chennai – 600012
26621198
11. Dr. (Mrs.) E.
Leelavathy, CMO
(NFSG)
Raja Annamalai Puram Dispensary No. 6,
Kamaraj Saalai, R.A. Puram, Chennai – 600028
24938775
12. Dr. N.K. Eswaran,
CMO (NFSG)
Royapuram Dispensary, No. 108 & 109,
Mannar Swami Koil Street, Royapuram,
Chennai – 600013
25900851
13. Dr. A. Doraiswamy,
CMO (NFSG)
Triplicane Dispensary, No. 54, Akbar Sahib
Street, Triplicane, Chennai – 600005.
28510049
14. Dr. (Mrs.) K. Mee -
nakshi, CMO
(NFSG)
Vepery Dispensary, No. 143, Perambur
Barracks Road Vepery, Chennai – 600007
25322179
8. Dehradun
Dr. JAYANT KUMAR, THE JOINT DIRECTOR,
CGHS DEHRADUN, 19 NAVYUG ENCLAVE,
INDRAPURAM PHASE- III, MILAN VIHAR, DEHRADUN.
Tel. No. - 0135-2521235 (TEL. FAX), 9837091603(M), 2761718 (R), 2761122 (FAX)
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of Dispensary & Address Name of CMO I/c Tel . No.
1. CGHS Disp. – 20, Navyug Enclave,
Indirapuram, Milan Vihar, Phase – II,
G.M.S.Road, Dehradun
Dr. M.S. Rana, CMO
(NFSG)
0135 – 2521235
9. Guwahati
DR. P.D. PARUAH, JOINT DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
PINAKI PETH, 7TH BY LANE,
ZOO NARANGI, TINALI, GUWAHATI-781 003
Tel. No. - 0361-2457742 (TELEFAX), 2267806(R), 2268516 (R), 2457742(O)
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of Dispensary Name of CMO I/c Tel . No.
1. CGHS Disp. No. I Dr. (Mrs.) N. Borgohatn 2269743 (O)
2333861 (R)
2. CGHS Disp. No. II Dr. I.D. Deka 2552304 (O)
2411181 (R)
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3. CGHS Disp. No. III Dr. (Mrs.) K.M. Patir 2485454 (O)
2661719 (R)
10. Hyderabad
DR. P.V.S. RAO, ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
KENDRIYA SWASTHYA BHAWAN,
BEGUMPET, HYDERABAD-500016
Tel. No. 040 - 27902316 (O), 27900115(FAX), 27634499 (R), 9440844499(M)
E-mail – RATNAKAR_C@ yahoo.com
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of CMO I/C. of Disp. /
Polyclinic
Postal Address of Disp. /
Polyclinic
Tel. No.
1. Dr. Eswara Prasad, D-I,
Charmina, Hyderabad
23-1-693/1/1, Moghulpura, Hyd. 24525415
2. Dr. (Mrs.) Amulya, D-II,
Humayunagar, Hyd.
10-3-273/10, Humayunnagar,
Hyd
23531833
3. Dr. I.E.L.N. Rao, DpIII,
Secunderabad
6-1-103/5, Padmaraonagar,
Secundarabad
27508899
4. Dr. G. Range Swamy DpIV,
Begumpet, Hyd.
K.S. Bhawan, Begumpet,
Hyderabad
27904259
5. Dr. (Mrs.) Sobha Chand DpV,
Humayatnagar, Hyd.
Oilseeds Qtrs., Himayatnagar,
Hyd.
23220454
6. Dr. B.S.R.S.A. Sarma, DpVI,
Kachiguda
Kendriya Sadan, Sultanbazar,
Hyd.
24734901
7. Dr. A.J.N. Murthy, D-VII,
Malakpet
16-3-994/A/1, Chanchalguda,
Hyd.
24529090
8. Dr. P.N. Murthy, D-VII,
Kanchanbagh
DRDO Complex, Kanchanbagh,
Hyd.
24640685
9. Dr (Mrs.) I. Fernes, D-IX,
Alwal, Secunderabad
8-88 & 89, Alwal, Senderabad 27972563
10. Dr. (Mrs.) D. Hymavathi, D-X,
Ameerpet
AGS Staff Qtrs. Yousufguda,
Hyd.
23810449
11. Dr. (Mrs.) rekha Chandra, DXI,
Kakatiyanagar
9-4-84/20, Kakatiyanagar, Hyd. 23513955
12. Dr (Mrs.) L. Kanthamma, DXII,
Dilsuknagar
7/2A, Balaji Complex,
Dilsuknagar, Hyd.
24066222
13. Dr. (Mrs.) Pramila Tripathi, DXII,
Tamaka
St. No. 5, Tarnaka, yd. 27019223
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Polyclinics
S. No. Name of CMO I/C. of Disp. / Polyclinic Postal Address of Disp. /
Polyclinic
Tel. No.
1. Dr. R Narayanan, PC-I, KS Bhawan KS Bhavan, Begumpet, Hyd. 27902051
2. Dr. Ravindra Joshi, PC-II, AGS Office
Bldg.
AGS Office Bldg., Hyd. 23232911
3. Dr (Mrs.) A. Sultana CE Bldg., PC Hyd. CE Bldg., Hyd. 23240445
11. Jabalpur
DR. P. NEMA, JOINT DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
323, NEPIER TOWN, NEAR UTI BANK,
JABALPUR-482001
Tel. No. – 0761 - 2405205 (O), 2411890 (FAX), 2314402 (R)
E-mail - cghs@sancharnet.in
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of Dispensary & Address Name of CMO I/c Tel . No.
1. Disp. No. 1, Napier Town Dispensary –
249, Napier Town, Shashtri Bridge
Chowk, Jabalpur – 482001
Dr. O.P. Saxena,
CMO (NFSG)
(0761) 2405205
2404553
2. Disp. No. 2, I.B.N. Colony Disp. – Qtr
NO. 9 to 12, Type III, Indian Bureau of
Mines Colony, (Kamala Nehru Nagar),
Garha Road, Jabalpur – 482002
Dr. R.N. Gupta,
CMO (NFSG)
(0761) 2416805
3. Disp. No. 3, Civil Line Disp. – 640, Civil
Lines, Behind Civil Lines Police Station,
Jabalpur – 482001
Dr. M.S. Nety, CMO
(NFSG)
(0761) 2623967
4. Administrative Office – 249, Napier
Town, Shastri Bridge Chowk, Near UTI
Bank, Jabalpur.
Dr. P. Nema, Jt.
Director
(0761) 2405205
2411890
12. Jaipur
DR. B.S. JAIN, ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
HOTEL RADHA KRISHNA PREMISES,
STATION ROAD, JAIPUR-302006.
Tel. No. - 0141- 2379717 (O), 2369278 (FAX), 2724242 (R)
E-mail - tddutta@sancharnet.in
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Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of CMO I/C. of
Disp. / Polyclinic
Postal Address of Disp. / Polyclinic Tel. No.
1. Dr. (Mrs. ) Kamlesh Gupta,
CMO
CGHS Disp. NO. 1, Chandan Mahal,
Choura Rasta, Jaipur.
0141 –
2317086
2. Dr. R.K. Gupta, CMO CGHS Disp. NO. 2, B-121, Janta
Colony, Jaipur
0141 –
2614407
3. Dr. R.K. Das, CMO CGHS Disp. No. 3, A.G. Colony, Bajaj
Nagar, Jaipur
0141 –
2710836
4. Dr. V.S. Shekhawat, CMO CGHS Disp. No. 4, D-143/A, Kaushalya
Path, Basant Marg, Banipark, Jaipur
0141 –
2203130
5. Dr. S. Capoor, CMO CGHS Disp. No. 5, Income Tax Colony,
Jyoti Nagar, Jaipur
0141 –
2740748
6. Dr. (Mrs.) N.P. Grover,
Consultant- in-Medicine,
Officer Incharge
CGHS Polyclinic, A.G. Colony, Bajaj
Nagar, Jaipur
0141 –
2710021
13. Kanpur
DR. (MRS.) SHASHI BALA PURI, ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
KENDRANCHAL COLONY BUILDING,
GUL MOHAR VIHAR, P.O. JUHI, KANPUR-208014
Tel. No. – 0512 - 2618199 (O), 2618144 (O), 26181822(FAX), 2292364 (R)
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of CMO I/c Name & Address of Dispensary Tel . No.
1. Dr. S.S. Singh
Titingyal
CGHS Dispensary 15/45 (A&B) Civil Lines,
Kanpur.
2306876
2. Dr. (Mrs.) Rekha
Saxena
CGHS Dispensary, Saketnagar, Near Sushila
Nursing Home, Kanpur.
2666240
3. Dr. Ashok Kumar CGHS Dispensary, 110/58, R.K. Nagar, Kanpur 2542379
4. Dr. Kali Charan CGHS Dispensary, E-15, Khanpramohal,
Kanpur.
2322924
5. Dr. (Mrs.) Kusum
Lata
CGHS Dispensary, Kidwainagar, Kanpur
(128/H/123, Kidwainagar, Kanpur)
2643379
6. Dr. R.C. Gupta CGHS Dispensary, 89, Gandhi Gram, Kanpur. 2403733
7. Dr. Arvind Bawa CGHS Dispensary, Pandunagar, 117/H-2/28,
Pandunagar, Kanpur.
2217339
8. Dr. Kuldeep CGHS Dispensary, A/186, Azadnagar, Kanpur. 2560272
9. Dr. Santosh Kumar CGHS Dispensary, 155, Z-1, Barra, Kanpur. 2612372
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14. Kolkata
DR. B. BISWAS, ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
IVTH FLOOR, 8, ESPLANADE EAST,
KOLKATA
Tel. No. – 033 - 22103921 (O), 22485346 (Fax), 24435069 (R)
cghs Kol.@wb.nic.in
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of CMO I/C.
of Disp. / Polyclinic
Postal Address of Disp. / Polyclinic Tel. No.
1. Dr. S.K. Saha Belvedere, Flat NO. 68, Belvedere Estate,
Kolkata – 700029
2479-1153
2. Dr. (Mrs.) Pratima
Rakshit
Lake Area, Flat No. 55 & 56, Lake Govt.
Qrts., Southern Avenue, Kolkata – 700029
2466-1733
3. Dr. S.K. Sahu Dover Lane, Dover Lane Govt. Qrts.,
Kolkata – 700029
2461-9292
4. Dr. D.K. Biswas Narkeldanga, Flat No. 27 & 28,
Narkeldanaga Govt. Qrts., Kolkata –
700054
2320-3998
5. Dr. P. Malhotra Shyambazar, 7-A, Kalachand Sanyal Lane,
Kolkata – 700054
2555-6385
6. Dr. R.N. Karmakar Regent Estate, 102, Regent Estate, Kolkata-
92
2412-5528
7. Dr. J. Bhattacherjee Bhownipur-Kalighat, 1-A, Satish
Mukherjee Road, Kolkata – 700025
2464-1852
8. Dr. (Mrs.) J. Ray Bidhan Sarani, 168, Bidhan Sarani, Kolkata
– 700006
2555-8034
9. Dr. A. Sikder Mint Colony, 9, Mint Guard House, Kolkata
– 700053
2401-0558
10. Dr. S.K. Mondal B.B.D. Bag, 39, Rabindra Sarani, Kolkata –
700073
2235-8282
11. Dr. K.K. Patra Santragachi, Govt. of India Press Colony,
Santragachi, Howrah.
2657-1526
12. Dr. R.D. Maduli Salt-Lake (AF), Bidhan Nagar, B1-AF, Sec-
I, F1-209 & 210, Kolkata – 700064
2337-4635
13. Dr. P.R. Biswas AIR-PORT, New Qrts., Dum Dum Kolkata-
52
2511-9442
14. Dr. R.K. Das Lake-Town, P-112, Kalindi Housing
Scheme, Lake-Town, Kolkata-700089
2522-2137
15. Dr. (Mrs.) U.
Sikder
Tollygunge, Gollygunge C.G. Qrts.,
Complex, Gr. Floor, Type-II, Kolkata –
700089
2411-6059
16. Dr. A. Golder Salt-Lake (EB), Qrts. No. 81& 82, Type-C, 2334-4849
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Kolkata-700092
17. Dr. N.C. Mondal Kudghat, 51-A, Gangapuri, Purbaputiari,
Kolkata – 700092
2431-1328
18. Dr. Ashis Biswas POLYCLINIC - Salt-Lake IC Block
Polyclinic, Kolkata - 700091
2335-2801
15. Lucknow
DR. A.K. MITRA, ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
9-A, RANA PRATAP MARG,
LUCKNOW-226001
Tel. No. - 0522- 2611480 (FAX), 2621668 (O), 2508377 (O), 2353160 (R),
9415010528(M)
E – mail - cghs1ko@up.nic.in
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of Dispensary &
Address
Name of CMO I/c Tel . No.
1. CGHS Disp. No. I,
372/12, Mewa Nursery,
Nishatganj, Lucknow
Dr. Ashok Kumar Agarwal 0522-2781707
2. CGHS Disp. No. II,
Skylark Building, Nawal
Kishor Road, Lucknow
Dr. Vinay Kumar Bansal 0522- 2613763
3. CGHS Disp. No. III, 21,
Patel Nagar, Alambagh,
Lucknow
Dr. Siya Ram Singh 0522- 2454715
4. CGHS Disp. No. IV, 58
Nazeer Building,
Nakkhas, Lucknow
Dr. Ram Sewak 0522-2260238
5. CGHS Disp. No. V, 12-
B, Mall Avenue,
Luckonw
Dr. Rakesh Asthana 0522-2238841
6. CGHS Disp. No. VI, HS
1/10, Sector-Q, Ram
Ram Bank Chauraha,
Aliganj, Luckonw
Dr. Siddharth Kumar
Chaudhary
0522-2364621
7. POLYCLINIC,
Skylark Building, Nawal
Kishor Road, Luckonw
Dr. Gopal Krishna 0522-2618585
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16. Meerut
DR. R.K. AGARWAL, JOINT DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
SWASTHYA BHAWAN, SURAJ KUND ROAD,
MEERUT.
Tel. No. – 95121 - 2601426 (O), 2620090 (R), 2661734 (FAX)
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of Dispensary & Address Name of CMO I/c Tel . No.
1. S.K. Road Dispensary, Swasthya Bhavan,
Surgaj Kund
Dr. A.K. Agarwal,
CMO (NFSG)
2763159
2. CGHS Disp. Mohanpuri, 124, Avas Vikas
Colony, New Mohanpuri, Meerut
Dr. C.M. Kohli,
CMO (NFSG)
2641320
3. CGHS Dispensary, Vijay Nagar – 154,
Western Kutchery Road, Meerut
Dr. S.C. Govil, CMO
(NFSG)
2642981
4. CGHS Disp., Abu Lane, 171/V Abu Lane
Meerut
Dr. Jai Pal Singh,
CMO (NFSG)
2661739
5. CGHS Disp., Lekha Nagar, DAD
Quarters, Lekha Nagar, Meerut
Dr (Mrs.) Nirmal
Baliga, CMO
(NFSG)
2647895
6. CGHS Disp., Kanker Kehra, Shardhapuri
Kanker, Kehra Meerut
Dr. Chander Prakash,
CMO (NFSG)
2556394
17. Mumbai
DR. K.N. JOG, ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
UNITED INDIA BUILDING, 2ND FLOOR,
SIR PM ROAD, FORT, MUMBAI-400001
Tel. No. – 022 - 22641354 (O), 22660249(FAX), 26840776 (R)
E-mail - adcghs@bom.nin.in
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of CMO I/C.
of Disp. / Polyclinic
Postal Address of Disp. / Polyclinic Tel. No.
1. Dr. (Mrs.) S.O.
Verma
CGHS Dispensary No. 1, C.G.O. CGO
Building, M.K. Road, Mumbai - 400020
22018799
2. Dr. (Mrs.) J.K.
Singam
CGHS Dispensary No.2, Pedder Road,
Income tax Flats, Pedder Road, Mumbai –
400026
23516680
3. Dr. M.M. Lunwara CGHS Dispensary No. 3, Worli, 25-C, Sea
Race, Opp. Flora Hotel, Thadani Marg,
Worli, Mumbai – 400018.
24932909
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4. Dr. M.L. Bawane CGHS Dispensary No. 4, Mahim Building


13, Minti Colony, Type-I Qtr., Mahim,
Mumbai-400018
24454135
5. Dr. A.R. Bora CGHS Dispensary No. 5, Santacruz, Near
Airport Colonu, Santacruz, Mumbai –
400028
28210971
6. Dr. (Miss.) N.
Idnani
CGHS Dispensary No. 6, Ghatkopar, Flat
No. 25, C.G.S. Colony, Ghatkopar, Mumbai
– 400088
25149229
7. Dr. (Mrs.) S.
Gopalan
CGHS Dispensary No. 7, Wadala, CGHS
Quarters, Flat 226-227, Type IV, Wadala,
Mumbai – 400031
24124515
8. Dr. (Mrs.) V.
Saraswathy
CGHS Dispensary No. 8, Koliwada,
Building No 21, Sector I, Kane Nagar,
Mumbai – 400031.
24013694
9. Dr. D.M. Kamble CGHS Dispensary No. 9, CLI Central
Labour Inst. Premises, Trombay Road,
Sion, Mumbai-400022
24081616
10. Dr. S.P. Athyle CGHS Dispensary No. 10, Bandra, Plot No.
215, 31st Road, Bandra Sadan Annexe,
Bandra, Mumbai – 400050.
26428114
11. Dr. K.N. Murthy CGHS Dispensary No. 11, Byculla, Khan
Mansion, Flat NO. 1, Victoria Road,
Byculla Mumbai –400027
23722150
12. Dr.(Mrs.) K.D.
Sharma
CGHS Dispensary No. 14, Vakola, P&T
Colony, Vakola, Mumbai – 400028
26650366
13. Dr. K.K. Navale CGHS Dispensary No. 15, Deonar, Deanor
Post Office Building, Telecom Factory
Camp, Deonar, Mumbai-400088
25512137
14. Dr. (Mrs.) S.
Yesuratnam
CGHS Dispensary No. 16, Matunga, Type
III, OCS Qrts., No. 230, Mogul Lae,
Mahim, Mumbai – 400018.
24376812
15. Dr. (Mrs.) J.K.
Patki
CGHS Dispensary No. 17, Bhandup, Flat
No. 321-322, Type IV CGS Qtrs., Bhandup,
Mumbai-400078
25819655
16. Dr. S.V. Deshpande CGHS Dispensary No., Vikhroli, Flat No.
81 & 83, Type III, OCS Qrts., Vikroli,
Mumbai-400083
25782421
17. Dr. N. Mandal CGHS Dispensary No. 19, Mulund, Bldg.,
NO B-2, Type II, P&T colony, Mulund
(W), Mumbai-400080
25616267
18. Dr. (Mrs.) D. Desai CGHS Dispensary No. 20, Goregaon,
Siddharth Nagar, Bldg., No. 38, Near
Samrat Talkies, Goregaon (W)
28722188
19. Dr. (Mrs.) N.S.
Bhatia
CGHS Dispensary No. 21, SAHAR, P&T
Colony, Sahar, Mumbai-400029.
28210959
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20. Dr. (Mrs.) S.


Haridas
CGHS Dispensary No. 22, Shaikh Mistry,
S.M. Plot, Koliwada, Mumbai-400037
24015758
21. Dr. V.S. Kulkarni CGHS Dispensary No. 23, Parel, Govt.
Mint Colony, Bldg. No. 20, F1 – 41-43, Sai
Baba Marg, Parel, Mumbai-400012
24137276
22. Dr. (Mrs.) A.V.
Mukne
CGHS Dispensary No. 24, Kanjurmarg,
Naval Armament Depot Campus,
Kanjurmarg, Pawai, Mumbai – 400078
25784026
23. Dr. D.D. Malekar CGHS Dispensary No. 25, Jogeshwari,
Bldg. NO. 10-12, Income tax Colony,
Jogeswari (E), Mumbai-400082
28210948
24. Dr. (Mrs.) V.P.
Halarankar
CGHS Dispensary No. 26, Seepz, Seepz
Qtrs. complex, Qrts. No. D-2, Andheri (E),
Mumbai-400098
28365751
25. Dr. (Mrs.) N.M.
Bawane
CGHS Sub-Dispensary, Juhu, Aerodrome
Opp. Nanavati Hospital, Juhu, Mumbai-
400057
26601744
26. Dr. (Mrs.) L.
Allawadi
CGHS Sub-Dispensary Nepean Sea Road,
Hyderabad Estate, N.S. Road, Mumbai-
400006.
23641816
Polyclinics
27. Dr. M.
Somashekhar
CGHS Polyclinic, Ballard Estate,
Commerce House, Karimbhoy Street,
Ballard Estate, Mumbai – 400038
22619267
28. Dr. B.T. Kudwa CGHS Polyclinic Koliwada, Building No.
221, Sector I, Kane Nagar, Mumbai –
400037
24013449
18. Nagpur
DR. R.S. KULKARNI, ADDL. DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
T.V. TOWER SQUARE, SWASTH BHAWAN,
SEMINARY HILLS, NAGPUR-440006.
Tel. No. – 0712 - 2510620 (TELEFAX), 2534723 (R), 9823049013(M)
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of Disp./
Polyclinic
Name of Incharge Postal Address Tel. No.
1. CGHS Polyclinic Dr. P.V. Koranne Katol Road, CPWD
Quarters
2580299
2. CGHS Disp. No. 1 Dr. W.N. Kale Katol Road, CPWD
Quarters
2581773
3. CGHS Disp. No. 2 Dr. U.N. Gupte Civil Lines, CPWD 2560310
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Quarters
4. CGHS Disp. No.
2A
Dr. (Mrs.) N. Hirani Seminary Hills
CPWD Quarters
2511398
5. CGHS Disp. No. 3 Dr. A.S.
Kewalramani
Pachpaoli, Near
Kamal Talkies
2640684
6. CGHS Disp. No. 4 Dr. V.S. Kane Itwari, Ganga
Bhavan, Tel.
Exchange Square
2764600
7. CGHS Disp. No. 5 Dr. A.G. Nashikkar Med. Square, 80
Handa’s Building,
Rambag
2744490
8. CGHS Disp. No. 6 Dr. (Mrs.) P.S. Bhave Shankarnagar
Dispensary,
Shivajinagar
2549781
9. CGHS Disp. No. 7 Dr. A.C. Morey Sitabuldi, ‘O’
Miles, RBI, Square
2565169
10. CGHS Disp. No. 8 Dr. (Mrs.) J.R. Saraf Khamala, 7&8,
Laxman
Appartments, Sai
Mandir, Wardha
Road,
2226516
11. CGHS Disp. No. 9 Dr. M.K. Chachondia Shakkardhara,
Tiranga Chowk
2749379
12. NADT Miniature
CGHS Disp.
Dr. K.G. Kuhikar NADT, Complex,
Chhindwada Rd.
2583609
19. Patna
Information Officer – Dr. S.I. Amir, CMO (NFSG)
Office Address Tel. No. Residential Address Tel. No.
CGHS Dispensary, Budha
Marg, Patna – 800001
2221479 Askari Villa, Sultan Gunj,
Patna City.
2682786
Appellate Authority – Dr. T.S. Bhat, Additional Director
Office Address Tel. No. Residential Address Tel. No.
Office of Additional Director,
CGHS, Chajjubagh, Near AIR
Station, Patna – 800001
2221819 C/O Sri R.P. Sinha, Rtd.
Chief Engineer, 116/B,
Budha Colony, Patna –
800001
2525991
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20. Pune
DR. V.P.S. BHATIA, JOINT DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
SWASTHYA SADAN, MUKUND NAGAR,
PUNE-411037
Tel. No. – 020 – 24262831, 24269461 (FAX),
E-mail - cghspune@vsnl.net
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of CMO I/C.
of Disp. / Polyclinic
Postal Address of Disp. / Polyclinic Tel. No.
1. Dr. R.R. Naik CGHS Dispensary No. 1, Qtr. No. 1,2 & 9,
Bldg. No. 46, DAD Complex, Wanowrie
Range Pune-411040
24275430
2. Dr. K.K. Kothari CGHS Dispensary No. 2, ………………..
…………………… ……………
26693709
3. Dr. (Mrs.) S. Gaur CGHS Dispensary No. 3, CAD Chitragupta
Complex, Hidayattullah Road, Pune-411042
26455163
4. Dr. S.B. Nadoni CGHS Dispensary No. 4, 23, Mangalwar
Peth, Pune-411011
26120018
5. Dr. S.R.
Pashupatinath
CGHS Dispensary No. 5, Armament
Colony, Banashwada Road, Pune – 411007
25652045
6. ………………. ………………………………… .
……………. ………. …..…………..
25819776
7. Dr. (Mrs.) M.D.
Joshi
CGHS Dispensary No. 7, Swasthya Sadan,
Mukund Nagar, Pune – 411037
24266402
8. Dr. Anand Rao CGHS Polyclinic, Swasthya Sadan,
Mukund Nagar, Punej-411037
24269311
21. Ranchi
DR. K.K. SINGH, JOINT DIRECTOR,
CGHS, NEW A.G. COLONY,
POST DORANDA, RANCHI-834002
Tel. No. – 0651 - 2480858 (O), 2482623 (O), 2412517(FAX) (PP), 2265069 (R)
Name : Dr. (Mrs.) Pushp Lata Aind, CMO I/c., CGHS, Ranchi
Address : (Office) C/o I/o the Joint Director, CGHS (New), Deep villa,
10A, Purulia Road Kanta Toli, District – Ranchi – 834001.
Phone No. 0651-2482623 (PP). Phone is yet to be installed in
new CGHS Premises.
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22. Shillong
DR. B. BAISHYA, ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR,
CGHS, C/O REGIONAL DIRECTOR,
HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE,
DHENKHETI, NEAR SHILLONG COLLEGE,
SHILLONG –793003
Tel. No. 0364 - 2520652 (O), 2520626 (R), 9864049019(M),
Name of CMO I/c. : Dr. L.S. Singh, CMO I/c. CGHS Dispensary No. I,
Laitumkhrat, Shillong.
Postal Address of Disp. : Dispensary No. I, P.O. Laitumkhra, Shillong –
793003.
Office Tel. No. : (0364) – 2501569.
23. Trivendrum
DR. JOYCE MATHEWS, JOINT DIRECTOR,
CENTRAL GOVT. HEALTH SCHEME,
3/45, KESAVADASAPUAM,
TRIVANDRUM-695004.
Tel. No. – 0471 - 2449760 (O), 2554329 (FAX), 2542100 (R)
Dispensary Details
S. No. Name of the CMO I/c. Address of the Dispensary Tel. No. of
Dispensary
1 Dr. M.K. Mohammed Aslam CGHS, Disp. No. 1, 3/120,
Kesavadasapuram, Trivandrum-4
2443452
2. Dr. D. Vinod Kumar CGHS Disp. No.2, C.P.
Gopalapanicker Lane,
Sasthamangalam, Trivandrum-10
2728110
3. Dr. V.P. Philip CGHS Disp. No. 3, Dharmadesan
Lane, Vanchiyoor, Trivandrum-35
2471143

1. Abeyance of orders to decentralize settlement of MRC of pensioners

2. Ceiling rate of Hip and Knee replacement Implants 07.03.1995

3. Ceiling rate of Intra- ocular Lens - 21.12.2004

4. ceiling rate of stents-Rotablator-single and Dual chamber pace maker - see also OM
dated 1.8.2005

5. Cost of OPD medicines reimbursable under emergency -18.02.2000

6. Cypher Stent - 10.03.2003 see also OM dated 1.8.2005


7. Delegation of powers to HOD for permission - Ex-post facto approval – in respect of
serving employees – OM dated 7/3/2000.

8. Enhancement of CGHS Subscription - 20.09.2004-

9. Ex- Governors and ex- Vice-Presidents - medical facilities-see also OM dated


31.01.2004.

10. Ex- Governors reimbursement -30.01.2004

11. Fixed medical allowance of Rs.100 to pensioners in non-CGHS

12. Gant of Medical Advance upto 90% -13.05.1997

13. Issue of CGHS cards directly by 23 CGHS cities to pensioners

14. Issue of medicines for '3' months power to CMO incharge-13.

15. OM -07.09.2001 page 1

16. OM dated 7.09.2001page 2

17. orders to decentralize settlement of MRC of pensioners from departments from where
retired.

18. Permission to avail IPD Tt. in CS(MA) Hospitals – Chandigarh , Bhopal and Shillong

19. Post. operative follow up Tt. -10.04.2001

20. Raising income limit of dependants on CGHS card to Rs.1500 – also see OM dt. 15th
September 2004.

21. Raising income limit to Rs.1500- for dependants on CGHS Card OM dt.15/9/2004

22. Referral System - 24.10.2000 see also OM dated 7.3.2000.

23. Referral System OM dt. 07.04.1999 - see also OM dt. 7.3.2000

24. Reimbursement for treatment in CGHS and CS(MA) hospitals while on tour / visit /
emergency

25. Reimbursement of cost of OPD medicines - Post op. follow up Tt.

26. Reimbursement of Dentures- 13.12.2001

27. Reimbursement of same medical bills from '2' sources - CGHS and Insurance
28. Revised rates of Coronary Stents -01.08.2005

29. Revision of pay-slabs for entitlement- 04.09.1998

30. Revision of treatment charges at LRS Hospital - 03.02.2000

31. See OM dated 30.01.2004 also -Ex- Governors reimbursement initially by Raj
Bhawan see also OM dt. 30.01.2004.

32. Simplification of procedure for referral system -11.06.1997

33. Stop referral to 7 hospitals and 2 diagnostic centres – Delhi

34. Taxus Stent - 08.03.2004-see also OM dated 1.8.2005

35. Treatment at AIIMS - no permission required -05.11.2001