Date posted: November 23, 2011

It has been decided to have CGHS empanelment of AYUSH Hospitals will be made a continous process. Interested hospitals could apply for empanelment and these hospitals would be inspected by Quality Council of India(QCI) for verification of their infrastructure, facilities and staff as per prescribed norms/requirements. If found complying, such hospitals would be empanelled.

CGHS is also in process of encoragement of Accreditation of AYUSH Hospitals with NABH.

Director CGHS has invited sealed tenders from Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani , Siddha and Homeopathy Hospitals for determination of rates for various procedures/treatment to be provided to CGHS beneficiaries/Central Government employees and their eligible family members covered under CS(MA) rules 1944.

Important Dates:

  • Date of issue of tender: From 8-11-11 to 17-12-11
  • Last Date of submission of Completed Tender:  22-12-11( 4 pm)

Eligibility criteria

Private Homeopathy & other AYUSH  Hospitals and teaching institutions, who full fill

  • 1. Hospitals must have 20 beds or more
  • 2. Hospital must have infrastructure and man power as mentioned
  • 3. Dedicated personal computer
  • 4. Internet connectivity

Contact :  Dr.Anand.T.Gudivada,C.M.O.I/c, AMSD.CGHS.HQ.

Email :

More details:

Application :

Website :

NB: In the interest of the development of AYUSH industry, please circulate this information to your colleagues and friends so that maximum can be benefited


One Response so far.

  1. Dr.Arjun Charan Rout says:

    It is a very good plan from Chhatishgarha Govt. to develop AYUSH industries .Thank to State Govt

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