CGHS online appointment book beneficiary List Eligibility Criteria for Free Treatment

 The full name of CGHS is Central Government Health Scheme, under which you can treat yourself by registering online in various wellness centers. The CGHS is a centrally sponsored scheme that functions under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Government of India. Under this, various schemes are operated and implemented. More than 450 wellness centers are currently operating across the country, which you can visit and get your treatment. Apart from getting treatment here, you can also see the beneficiary list of various types of schemes. Apart from this, you can also apply for a plastic card to take advantage of government schemes.

 All these facilities will be provided to you free of cost, apart from this you can get your treatment done by booking an appointment online. We will try to tell you all the important information here, which will be very important for you.


How to get yourself treated in a hospital registered under CGHS

If you want to get your treatment under the government scheme, then first of all, go to the official website of CGHS and register yourself. You must enter your Beneficiary ID to register.

After entering the Beneficiary ID, you will get a password in the mobile and with the help of which you can complete your registration.

After that you have to select the relevant dispensary, for this you will select your district, after that all the dispensaries will start appearing online and after selecting the respective dispensary, you select the date and time, so your appointment gets booked.


Many wellness centers are working under this scheme, whose details can be seen by visiting the link given below.

And for lots of information you can subscribe to our website.

 If there is any kind of problem, then you can call the phone number below and tell us your problem.

CGHS vides treatment facility in a variety of methods like Allopathic, Homeopathic, Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha and Yoga. It is a comprehensive health coverage scheme, in which around 3,500,000 people have been registered so far. It is proving very helpful for poor people. The scheme is being operated in a total of 71 districts.

Together, it is still being increased considerably.


Eligibility for Joining  

All the following persons are eligible for CGHS facilities


1. All Central Government employees paid from the Central Civil Estimates (except Railways and Delhi Administration), including their dependant family members residing in CGHS covered areas.


2. Pensioners of Central Government (except pensioners belonging to Railways and the Armed Forces) and their families.


3. Central Government Pensioners retiring with Contributory Provident Fund benefits and their families.


4. Widows of Central Government pensioners, in receipt of family pension.


5. Delhi Police personnel and their families, in Delhi only.


6. Railway Board employees.


7. Civilian employees of Defence paid from Defence Service Estimates.


8. Child drawing pension on death of a Central Government employee including minor brothers and sisters of such child.


9. Ex-Governors and Lt. Governors and their families.


10. Ex-Vice Presidents and their families.


11. Central Government servants who are deputed to semi-government and autonomous bodies receiving substantial grant from, or financed by the Central Government.


12. Central Govt. employees on deputation to statutory or autonomous during the period of deputation.


13. Military Officers while on deputation to civil departments and getting their emoluments from Central Civil Estimates.


14. Families of Governments servants transferred to a non-CGHS area, for a maximum period of six months on deposit of CGHS contribution (for the period of 6 months) in advance.


15. Families of IAS Officers on North-Eastern Cadre, who continue to stay back in Delhi even after repatriation of the IAS Officer to the North-Eastern Cadre, provided that they continue to occupy Government accommodation in Delhi or New Delhi, on deposit of CGHS contribution in advance (one to three years). The same also applies to families of IAS Officers of J&K Cadre.


16. Parliamentary Secretaries of the Central Government and their families.


17. Members of Parliament and their families.


18. Ex-Members of Parliament.


19. Sitting Judges of Supreme Court and High Court of Delhi and former Judges of Supreme Court and High Courts.


20. Work Charged and Industrial Staff working in establishments run by various Ministries or Departments of Central Government, immediately from the date of their joining the service.


21. Employees of Kendriya Vidyalays Sangathan stationed at Delhi and NCR, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Bengaluru.


22. Employees of Ordnance Factory Board Headquarters, Kolkata and Ordnance Equipment Factories Headquarters, Kanpur.


23. All India Service pensioners who retire while serving under the State at their option.


24. Freedom Fighters and members of their family receiving Central Pension under the Swatantrata Sainik Samman Pension Scheme.


25. Family members of the Deceased Ex-Members of Parliament.


26. Pensioners of Ordnance factories.


27. Members of Staff Side of the National Council of the Joint Consultative Machinery, even though not serving as Central Government employees.


28. Persons employed in semi-government and autonomous bodies who are permitted to join the CGH Scheme.


29. An Accredited Journalist who produces a certificate from the Press Council of India stating that he is a member of the Press Association, New Delhi (for OPD and at RML Hospital).


30. Retired Divisional Accountants of the Indian Audit and Accounts Department and those whose pay and pension are entirely borne by the State governments.


31. PSU absorbees who had commuted 100 percent of their pension and have been restored one third portion of their pension after 15 years.


32. Absorbees of Statutory Bodies or Autonomous Bodies of Central Govt. (including those who proceeded on deputation initially or were on deemed deputation and then absorbed), who are in receipt of Central Civil Pension.


33. Serving and retired Railway Audit Staff.


34. Serving and retired Divisional Accounts Officers and Divisional Accountants posted in the Office of Accountant Generals in States.


35. CISF personnel (and their families) and CAPF (Central Armed Police Forces) personnel posted in CGHS cities.


36. Employees of Supreme Court Legal Services Committee.


37. Employees of India Pharmacopoeia Commission, and their families.


38. Family and dependent members of a Central Govt. employee (a CGHS beneficiary) who stay back in CGHS covered area after posting of the employee to N.E. region (including Sikkim), Andaman and Nicobar Lakshadweep or Ladakh region and CAPF personnel posted in Left Wing Extremist areas, on payment of annual CGHS contribution in advance.


39. Defence Industrial Employees of Naval Dockyard Central Ordnance Depot and AFMSD, in Mumbai.


Eligibility Criterion

 Residence alone (and not the Headquarters) is the criterion for determining eligibility of a Central Government servant for availing medical facilities under the Central Government Health Scheme. Thus, Central Government employees and their family members etc. residing in any of the notified cities are covered under the Scheme.


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