Useful Information for Patient  


OPD Cards/Prescription Card are made at the counter near Reception counter of the hospital for Rs. 5/-

Patients with monthly income up to Rs. 1000/- are give free treatment without any charges of investigations except for Ultrasound and C.T. Scan.

Patients with Yellow Cards (below poverty line) are not charged for any investigations including Ultrasound and C.T. Scan on the recommendations of Medical Superintendent.

Patient having monthly income above Rs. 1500/- are charged full charges of the hospital services as per rules.

Special ward rooms are allotted by Deputy Medical Superintendent on all working days between 9.00 AM to 5.00 PM in A-Block of the Hospital and thereafter by Casualty Medical Officer (CMO) in Emergency Deptt.  Special Ward Charges are collected by the official at the Enquiry Counter.

Births and Deaths of the patients born and expired in this Hospital are registered  in the Birth/Death office of the Institution itself.  Certificate to this effect can be obtained between 9.00 AM to 5.00 PM on working days from A-Block of this Hospital.

Patients coming from distant/remote areas can stay in Vishram Sadan on nominal charges of Rs. 5/- per day on the recommendation of treating Doctor.  Facilities for single bedroom are also available @ Rs. 30/- per day.

Haryana Govt. pensioners should come to this hospital with their referral letter from the Civil Surgeon concerned.  Ex-post-facto referral can be submitted later in case patient comes in emergency.

Patients whose treatment is not possible due to non-availability of facilities are referred to Delhi. Haryana Govt. servants are referred to outside hospitals including private hospitals and the expenditures equivalent to full charges as per All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi rates and 75% of the expenditure exceeding the said rates are reimbursed.


Facilities Provided to the Patients


Ambulance is provided to needy patients through Casualty Medical Officer on payment of usual Govt. Charges.

One patient trolley with one bearer is always available at the main gate of Emergency Deptt. for bringing the patient in the Casualty.

Patients are provided with facility to stay in Vishram Sadan if they are not admitted to the wards due to non-availability of beds on the day of their visit.

General information regarding hospital services or for the need of help the Enquiry/Reception counter should be approached.

Medico Legal Cases are admitted through Emergency after preparation of the Medical Legal Reports.

   Medicines are issued free of cost from the Dispensary adjoining Reception/Enquiry Counter after producing duplicate slips from the Consultant Doctor of the department concerned.

      In addition to the treatment services being provided in the Out-door, In-door, Accident & Emergency and Super Specialty departments of the Institute there are different patient care Schemes as detailed below:-




Name of Scheme

Main objects & features of the scheme

Sponsoring Agency


AIDS Control Funds

1.    For purchase of blood bank, Skin & VD, Microbiology deptt.,

2.    Salary and POL (Blood Bank Deptt.)

3.    Training Blood Bank deptt. and Microbiology deptt.

4.    Blood donation camp of blood bank deptt.

5.    Consumable and workshop- Microbiology deptt. etc.

Project, Director, Haryana AIDS Control Society, Panchkula


Emoc Funds

1.    Honorarium of Chief Coordinator, TCTC, Nodal Officer and Secretary.

2.    Training of Emoc and Distt. Trainer Batch

Federation of Obst. & Gynaecological Societies of India, Mumbai


Post –Matric Scholarship

For SC/BC Scholarship of MBBS, BDS, B.Pharmacy, Physiotherapy students etc.

Distt. Welfare Society, Rohtak


Arogya Kosh Nidhi (HMCPF)

For treatment of BPL Cancer patients.

Govt. of India, New Delhi


Arogya Kosh

For treatment of BPL patients

Director General Health Services , Panchkula


Sentinal Surveillance under Control of blindness

1.    For payment of telephone bill.

2.    Honorarium to Dr.J.S.Malik and Dr.C.S.Dhull

3.    Contingency

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Society , New Delhi


Misc. Account

1.    Patients Fund






2.    Chemotherapy (NPCDS) funds


3.    Project (Gender Specific Violence among male and female) under Dr.J.S.Malik


4.    TA/DA grant


5.    Task force project under Dr.Geeta Gathwala


6.    Identification and Molecular characterization of type-2 Dopamine receptor under Dr.Rajeev Gupta



7.    Funds received from NOVO Nordisk Pvt. Ltd. under Dr.Rajesh Rajput


8.    Swasthya Bima Yojna for treatment of A&E Deptt.


9.    Project Genetic Association Study of Polymorphism population COPD genetic under Dr. Dhruv Chaudhary


10. Tubectomy & Vasectomy patients under PP Centre


11. Trauma Centre under Dr.J.S. Malik


12. Funds received from High Court of Punjab & Haryana, Chandigarh for treatment of poor patients


13. For treatment of Hemophilia patients under Pediatric deptt. and Etc.

Civil Surgeon, of different distts. (Haryana) and  Prime Minister Office-New Delhi


DGHS, Panchkula


Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi


UGC, New Delhi


ICMR, New Delhi



Incharge, Genetic Centre Deptt. of Physiology, GMCH, Chandigarh


NOVO Nordisk Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore


SBY, PGIMS, Rohtak



Govt. of India , Science & Technology Deptt. New Delhi


Civil Surgeon , Rohtak



NIHFW, New Delhi


High Court of Punjab & Haryana, Chandigarh


Mission Director, NRHM, Panchkula


Iraqi Funds

1.    Reimbursement to Doctors

2.    Salary to Burn & Plastic Deptt.

3.    Purchase of furniture and Equipment (Burn Unit)

4.    Renovation of Burn Unit.

DGHS, Panchkula and IAS officers


Research Funds

For research of Doctors

Amount transfer from Iraqi funds


National Scholarships

For Scholarship to merit base students

Govt. of India New Delhi


Centre of Excellence

1.    Construction

2.    Non-Technical Equipment

3.    Library

4.    Faculty and Technical support

Govt. of India



 Machinery & Equipment

Govt. of India


Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY)

1.    Provide financial security to BPL, Beedi Workers, Street Vendors, Building and Other Construction Workers, Domestic Workers, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act and Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme from hospitalization related expenses.

2.    Improve access to quality health care

3.    Provide beneficiaries the power of choice to select a health care provider.

4.    Provide a scheme which is simple to use for the end user and transparent.

5.    RSBY provides hospitalization coverage for upto Rs.30,000/- for a family of five on a floater basis.

6.    Transportation charges are also covered upto a maximum of Rs.1,000/- with a limit of Rs.100/- per hospitalization.

7.    Pre and post hospitalization upto 1 day prior to hospitalization and upto 5 days from the date of discharge from the hospital.

8.    All pre-existing diseases are covered from day one.

9.    No age limit on the enrollment of beneficiaries.


Govt. of India and Respective State Governments in ratio of 75:25