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A list of private hospitals operates 52 types of surgeries for free to Delhi residents

Saturday, July 8th: Delhi Government cabinet took a historical decision and made a milestone announcement for its worldwide discussed healthcare system. There are 52 kinds of major surgeries which can be performed for free (for Delhi residents) in various private hospitals across Delhi and NCR. These surgeries can be operated in any of 48 private hospitals if there is more than 30 days of waiting in government hospitals. 

In addition to these surgeries, government of Delhi also offers free medicines, medical tests including CT and MRI scans. Government hospitals in the capital, over 100 mohalla clinics and polyclinics are treating patients for free. Some of the tests are free for patients of low income families. A list of 52 surgeries provided for free by Delhi government and list of 48 private hospitals where these can be operated are given below. 

List of 52 surgeries: 

##  Surgery Name  Note 
CABG (Heart-By-Pass Surgery)

Laparoscopic Gall Bladder Surgery

Kidney Stone Surgery (PCNL)
17 Types of Surgeries 
Prostate Surgery (TURP)
2 Types of Surgeries 
Thyroid Surgery
8 Types of Surgeries 
Haemorrhoidectomy (Piles) Surgery
9 Types of Surgeries 
Laparoscopic Appendix Surgery

Cataract Surgery

Nasal Surgery
3 Types of Surgeries 
Ear Surgery
6 Types of Surgeries 
Throat (Tonsillectomy) Surgery
2 Types of Surgeries 
Other specified general surgery 

List of 48 private hospitals: 

Hospital Name 
1 Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre  MB Road, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, New Delhi-44 
All Surgeries 
2 Bhagwati Hospital Sector-13, Rohini, Delhi-85 
3 Maharaja Agarsen Hospital Rohtak Road, Punjabi Bath, New Delhi-26 
4 Mata Chanan Devi Hospital Block C-1, Janak Puri, New Delhi-58 
5 Max Super Speciality Hospital FC-50, C&D Block, Shalimar Bag, New Delhi-08 
6 Park Hospital 12, Chowkhandi, New Delhi-08 
7 R.L.K.C. Hospital Metro Heart Institute Naraina Road, Pandav Nagar, New Delhi-08 
8 Rockland Hospital Qutub Institution Area, New Delhi-17
9 Saroj Hospital and heart Institute  Madhuban Chowk, Rohini, Delhi-85 
10 Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute FC-34, A-4, Paschim Vihar, Delhi-63 
11 Tirath Ram Shah Charitable Hospital  Rajpur Road, Delhi-54 
12 Delhi Heart and Lung Institute Panchkuian Road, New Delhi-55  All Surgeries except Eye and ENT 
13 Metro Hospital & Cancer Institute 21, Community Centre, Press Vihar, Delhi-92 
14 Metro Hospital & Heart Institute 14, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar-IV, New Delhi-24 
15 Moolchand Khairati Ram Hospital Lajpat Nagar-III, New Delhi-24 
16 National Heart Institute 49, Community Centre, East of Kailash, New Delhi-65 
17 Bansal Hospital A-1, New Friends Colony, New Delhi-65  All Surgeries except Heart surgeries 
18 Bhagat Chandra Hospital RZ-F-1/1, Mahavir Enclave-II, Kalam Colony, New Delhi-45 
19 Deepak Memorial Hospital  Vikash Marg Ext-II, Delhi-92 
20 Goyal Hospital & Urology Centre E-4/8, Krishna Nagar, Delhi-51 
21 Jeewan Mala Hospital 67/1 & 66A/2, New Rohtak Road, Delhi-05 
22 Jeewan Anmol Hospital Mayur Vihar Phase-I, Opposite Pratap Nagar, Delhi-91 
23 M.G.S. Hospital Rohtak Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi-26 
24 Panchsheel Hospital C-3/63A, 64A, Wazirabad Road, Yamuna Vihar, Delhi-53 
25 Jain Hospital 177-178, Jagriti Enclave, Delhi-92  Uro-Surgery and General Surgery Only 
26 Jeewan Nursing Home & Hospital 2B, Pusa Road, New Delhi-05 
27 Khandelwal Hospital & Urology Centre B-16, East Krishna Nagar, Delhi-51 
28 Bharti Eye Foundation  1/3 East Patel Nagar, New Delhi-08  Eye Surgery Only 
29 Center For Sight  B 5/24, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi-29 
30 Dr. Pattnaik’s Laser Eye Institute C-2, Ground Floor, Lajpat Nagar-III, New Delhi-24 
31 Narang Eye Institute  B-8, Derawal Nagar, Delhi-09 
32 Shroff Eye Centre  A-9, Kailash Colony, New Delhi-48 
33 Visitech Eye Care  A-10, South Extn, Part-II, New Delhi-49 
34 Asian Institute of Medical Sciences Sec-21A, Badkal Flyover Road, Faridabad  NCR Hospitals 
35 Metro Heart Institute  Sector 16-A, Faridabad 
36 Sarvodaya Hospital YMCA Road, Sector 8, Faridabad 
37 Park Hospital J-Block, Sec-10, Opposite Court, Faridabad 
38 Max Super Speciality Hospital W-3, Sec-1, Vaishali, Gaziabad 
39 Narinder Mohan Hospital & Heart Centre Mohan Nagar, Gaziabad 
40 Yashoda Hospital & Research Centre  III-M, Nehru Nagar, Gaziabad 
41 Yashoda Super Speciality Hospital H-1, Koushambi, Gaziabad 
42 Park Hospital Q-Block, South City-II, Sector-47, Sohna Road, Gurgaon 
43 Metro Hospital & Heart Institute H-Block, Palam Vihar, Gurgaon 
44 Medanta - The Medicity  Sector-38, Gurgaon 
45 Metro Heart Institute  X-1, Sector 12-12, L-94, Noida 
46 Prakash Hospital  D-12, Sector-33, Noida 
47 Kailash Hospital & Heart Institute H-33, Sector-27, Noida 
H-33, Sector-27, Noida 
48 ICARE Eye Hospital  E-3A, Sector 26, Noida 

The surgical benefits are free for Delhi residents only and there is no cap on family income. A patient need a referral from any of the 30 government hospitals and 25 polyclinics. In order to prove residential status, a patient need to provide one of these: 
  1. Adhar card 
  2. Driving license 
  3. Passport 
  4. Extract of Electoral roll  


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