Srinagar: In a bid to further strengthen the healthcare profile of Jammu and Kashmir, the State Health Agency (SHA) has empanelled 12 new private hospitals in the Union territory in the past three months.
This addition of healthcare institutes in JK is a step forward towards further expanding and building a strong network of hospitals and service capabilities in Jammu and Kashmir, the spokesman said.
The scheme provides health insurance cover of Rs.5 lakh per family per year to all the residents of the UT including serving and retired employees.
The new empanelled private hospitals include Khanams Hospital Srinagar, Kashmir Athrout Srinagar, Safa Marwa Medical Centre Srinagar, Tehqeeq Diagnostic and Dialysis Centre Srinagar, My Healthcare Anantnag, Hakeem Sonaullah Hospital Sopore Baramulla, Guru Hospital Sopore, Baramulla, Raksha Kidney Centre Jammu, Yudvir Nursing Home Jammu, Ankur Maitrika Jammu, Baba Nanak Medicity Jammu and New Life Hospital Samba.
Chief Executive Officer, AB-PMJAY, Yasin M Choudhary, while giving details in this regard said that Governing Council of SHA JK recently approved the migration on Health Benefit Package (HBP 2.2) issued by the National Health Authority of India wherein rates of various packages have been enhanced.
This will suffice the long pending demand of private hospitals for enhancing the package rates and will boost the sustainability of the private sector.