Which private hospitals are Covid-19 vaccine centres? Govt releases list

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About 10,000 private hospitals empalanel under Ayushman Bharat Pmjay, more than 600 Embenel Hospital under CGHS.

The government CVCs will inoculate for free with the central government bearing the full cost of vaccination..(PTI)
The government CVCs will inoculate for free with the central government bearing the full cost of vaccination..(PTI)

The center on Saturday released a list of private hospitals which would be part of the vaccination program against Covid-19 starting from March. To increase vaccination capacity exponentially to meet the demand for Indian population, large amounts of private hospitals. has been involved by the government in this phase.

About 10,000 private hospitals empaneled under Ayushman Bharat Pmjay, more than 600 empaneled hospitals under CGHS and other private hospitals returned under the state government. Health insurance schemes can participate as covid vaccination centers (CVCS).

“Countries can use 10,000 hospitals under AB-PMJAY and 687 hospitals under the CGHS as Covid-19 Vaccination Center (CVCS), which can restore the cost of subject to the ceiling of ₹ 250 per person per dose,” said the Ministry of Health Union ,

Private hospitals that have been returned to drive Covid Vaccination in Delhi include Sir Gangaram Hospital, Center for Sight, Smile Dental Clinic, Medanta Medicity, Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute, Maharaja Agrasain Multidecialty Hospital and more.

You can check the private hospital near you with Empaneled under the Ayushman Bharat Pmjay scheme for Covid Vaccination Center through this link (https://www.mohfw.gov.in/pdf/pmjafrivationhospitalsconsolidated.xlsx).

Empaneled Hospital under the CGHS in Delhi including Max Super Specialty Hospital, National Heart Institute, Aakash Healthcare Special Hospital, Institute of Brain and Spine, Maharaja Agrasain Multispecialty Hospital and many others.

To check the CGHS Hospital Empaneled for Vaccination Covid-19 near you, click here (https://www.mohfw.gov.in/pdf/cghsemphits.xlsx).

This collaboration with the private sector health care industry comes when the Ministry of Health’s Union and family welfare will expand drive vaccination which began on January 16 by focusing on health workers and frontline workers to the general public from a certain age group since March 1.

People over the age of 60 and those who are at the age of 45-59 years with comorbidity determined by the government will be vaccinated against Coronavirus from next month.

Private health facilities have been ordered to strictly adhere to Covid vaccination norms that include quality and safety regulations and integration with national co-win technology.

In addition to the private sector, government health facilities such as medical college hospitals, district hospitals, sub-division hospitals, CHCS, PHC, health centers and health and fitness centers will also be used as covid vaccination centers

CVCS The government will enter free with the central government at a full cost vaccination.

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