Schedule of Aapke Dwar AAyushman Bemetara

Bemetara: 'Aapke Dwar Ayushman' special campaign in the district till 31 March
Bemetara 03 March 2021

Under the Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana and Dr. Khubchand Baghel Health Assistance Scheme, the special campaign "Your Door Ayushman" is being implemented by the Central Government and the State Government from March 01 to March 31. . According to the instructions of the government, free plastic / pvc Ayushman cards will be made on the basis of their eligibility to the beneficiaries in the choice centers of the district.
Bpl And priority ration card holders can avail free treatment up to Rs. 5 lakh to the beneficiaries and up to Rs. 50 thousand to the general families by making KYC in the registered government / private hospital.
          In order to benefit more and more beneficiaries, the government has launched a special campaign "Aapke dwar ayushman", in which free plastic / pvc ayushman cards will be made available to the beneficiaries through all the choice centers of the district. Ration card, Aadhaar card, mobile number to the beneficiaries for making the card. Including the choice will go to the centers. The Ayushman card will be made free to the beneficiaries through the Choice Center based on their eligibility.
          During the campaign, Ayushman card will be provided to the beneficiaries in the paper at the choice centers first. After a few days, the plastic / pvc Ayushman card of these beneficiaries will be sent from the Central Office of the Choice Centers to the respective Choice Centers. The beneficiaries will be informed about the plastic / PvC Ayushman card received by the Choice Center. The beneficiaries will be able to get the plastic / pvc Ayushman card after biometric authentication only from the choice centers.
           Appealing by the Chief Medical and Health Officer, he said that all beneficiaries should make cards under the campaign. Under the scheme, the process of making the card is completely free. If anyone asks for money or refuses treatment, they can call the toll-free number 104.