Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Recognises Lakshmi Hospital, Ernakulam under Central Services Medical Attendance Rules – CS(MA) Rules
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Recognises Pawana Hospital, Pune under Central Services Medical Attendance Rules – CS(MA) Rules
FMA paid until now to CG Employees in remote areas under CSMA to be discontinued
More Package rate for Hearing Aid under CSMA and CGHS
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has instructed to submit medical expenses under CS(MA) Rules up to 6 months from the date of completion of treatment/discharge
Reimbursement of in-patient medical expenses in addition to FMA (Fixed Medical Allowance) to serving Government employees in remote areas
Annual Medical Examination for the Group ‘A’ officers of 40 years and above – Latest Instructions by DOPT. charge Rs.2000/- and Rs.2200/- for male and female respectively
Guidelines for Bariatric Surgery procedure along with ceiling rates under CGHS and CS(MA) Rules, 1944 The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare issued guidelines for Bariatric Surgery procedure along with ceiling rates under CGHS and CS(MA) Rules, 1944. Bariatric Surgery procedures shall be allowed in respect of CGHS/CS(MA) beneficiaries/parients with ‘morbid obesity’ as per the guidelines. Under the guidelines, i) […]
Age Limit for Dependent Children of Government Servants for availing Medical Facilities under CGHS and CS(MA) Rules ENTITLEMENT FOR ECHS MEMBERSHIP 1. Further to central Org ECHS letter No B/49764/AG/ECHS dated 10 Oct 2003. 2. With imediate effect, ECHS facilities have been extend to dependents as applicable in CGHS vide MH & FW letter No […]
CS (MA) Rules 1944 – Central Services Medical Attendance Rules – List of Private Hospitals approved under CS(MA) Rules.
CGHS – CS(MA) – Guidelines, Ceiling Rates for Liver Transplant Surgery in respect of CGHS / CS(MA) beneficiaries
The Department of Health and family welfare has issued order to the effect that rates payable for purchase of hearing aids under CS(MA) Rules, 1944 and CGHS has been increased
Central Government Employees (and their eligible family members) residing in non- CGHS covered cities in India avail health care facilities under Civil Services Medical Attendance Rules (CS (MA) Rules).
In the normal circumstances, the pensioner who is CGHS beneficiary and his/her dependent family members are entitled to get cashless medical treatment In CGHS empanelled private hospitals on a referral by a Government medical specialist / CMO in-charge, after obtaining prior permission from the CMO