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Government of India
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
03-February-2017 13:28 IST
National Dialysis Services Programme

                                                                    

Pursuant to announcement in Union Budget 2016-17 regarding starting of ‘National Dialysis Programme’ under NHM, the Pradhan Mantri National Dialysis Programme was rolled out in 2016. The State/UT wise approvals accorded under National Health Mission (NHM) based on proposals received from the States/UT in 2016-17 (upto December, 2016) for provision of free dialysis services to the poor is placed below:

 

(Rs in Lakhs)

S. No

State/UT

Amount Approved ( As on December 2016 )

1

Andhra Pradesh

1170

2

Arunachal Pradesh

100

3

Assam

360

4

Bihar

2000

5

Chhattisgarh

600

6

Goa

499

7

Gujarat

300

8

Haryana

400

9

Himachal Pradesh

100

10

Jammu & Kashmir

200

11

Jharkhand

630

12

Karnataka

2000

13

Kerala

40

14

Madhya Pradesh

1874.64

15

Maharashtra

673.41

16

Manipur#

115.2

17

Meghalaya

100

18

Mizoram**

0

19

Nagaland

46.74

20

Odisha

200

21

Punjab

100

22

Rajasthan

500

23

Sikkim

25

24

Tamil Nadu

425.99

25

Telangana

140

26

Tripura

192

27

Uttarakhand

400

28

Uttar Pradesh

1051.2

29

West Bengal

737

30

A& N Islands

0

31

Chandigarh

0

32

D & N Haveli

0

33

Daman & Diu

0

34

Delhi

300

35

Lakshadweep

0

36

Puducherry

0

 

Total

15280.2

#Approval for Operationalisation of Dialysis Unit at RIMS, JNIMS and Private Hospitals through PPP Model

**State was approved 4 Dialyis machines previously. 2 functional in Aizawal and 2 would be functional in DH Lunglei.

 

The Guidelines for Pradhan Mantri National Dialysis Programme envisage provision of dialysis services under NHM in PPP (Public Private Partnership) mode.

 

As per the guidelines, the private partner is to provide medical human resource, dialysis machine along with Reverse Osmosis (RO) water plant infrastructure, dialyzer and consumables, while the space, power, and water supply within District Hospitals is to be provided by the State Government.

Immediately after announcement in Union Budget 2016-17, based on study of relevant models on dialysis services being operated under PPP mode in States and consultation with experts in this field as well as private service providers, the guidelines including model Request for Proposal (RFP) were developed and released on 7th April 2016 itself. Thereafter all States were requested to incorporate proposal in their NHM Programme Implementation Plans. As on date, approval has been provided to all States.

The Minister of State (Health and Family Welfare), Sh Faggan Singh Kulaste stated this in a written reply in the Lok Sabha here today.

 

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MV/LK