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केन्द्रीय सरकार स्वास्थ्य योजना
CENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME

बेंगलुरु
BENGALURU

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Overview

CGHS logo Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) was introduced in 1954 with a view of providing comprehensive & holistic medical facilities to the Central Govt employees, other entitled categories and their family members and is available as of now approximately in 37 cities of India.

The beneficiaries of CGHS Bengaluru can avail healthcare services in different systems of medicine such as Allopathy (Modern Scientific Medicine), Homoeopathy, Unani & Ayurveda. Functioning of CGHS is within the ambit of the rules and regulation laid down from time to time by the Directorate of CGHS, under Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. CGHS Bengaluru caters to a population of approximately 1.25 lakhs.CGHS Koramangala There are Ten Wellness Centres, One Polyclinic, One Dental unit (modern medicine), Two Ayurveda units, One Homeopathy unit and one Unani unit. All Wellness Centres are easily accessible and all have been provided with basic health care infrastructure.

The CGHS Wellness Centre no. 7, Koramangala, Bengaluru won the nation’s best performing unit award for the year 2010.

The contents of this site are for general information only and contents published on this website have no legal sanctity and are for general reference only. Visitors are requested to refer to the official documents published by CGHS to confirm the facts.

Last updated on 13/10/2019