Mangaluru: KMC Hospitals, part of Manipal Health Enterprise-South India’s largest healthcare chain, fortified its world-class healthcare delivery system with its series of partnerships with the Government of Karnataka through several schemes. The hospital has enrolled Jyothi Sanjeevani, Rajiv Arogya Bhagya and Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK) to proffer cashless facility in the purview of the world class hospital’s super specialty departments.
Jyothi Sanjeevani – It has been specially designed for government employees, which provides a comprehensive health care to the government employees, through cashless treatment to the concerned employees and their dependents.
Rajiv Arogya Bhagya – ‘APL card holders’ who are willing to make co-payment are eligible under this scheme. The beneficiaries possessing APL cards issued by the Food and Civil Supplies Department, Government of Karnataka are valid beneficiaries to avail Hospitals for Tertiary Care.
Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK) – This health beneficiary provides a child health screening and early intervention services to screen diseases specific to childhood, developmental delays, disabilities, birth defects and deficiencies. The initiative will cover children between 0–18 years of age and also provide free treatment including surgery for health problems diagnosed under this initiative.
“In lieu to our clinical excellence and patient-centricity, we decided on further extending our healthcare service to a wider spectrum of people. This is an attempt to provide the best of our service in association with the state government to the government employees. Such healthcare mandates are essential to guarantee a better medical cover for many people and should be the future format of optimizing clinical deliverance in our country,” said Dr Anand Venugopal, Medical Superintendent, KMC Hospital Mangaluru.