List of Authorised Medical Attendants (AMA) in Kolkata and its adjoining Municipalities
Authorised Medical Attendant during the normal working hours for the treatment of the Central Government Employees and members of their family stationed at, or passing through, Kolkata and its adjoining Municipalities (as shown against each AMA) which are not covered by CGHS for a period of one year, i.e., from 01.08.2017 to 31.07.2018.
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES’
WELFARE CO-ORDINATION COMMITTEE, KOLKATA’
Aayakar Bhawan, 2nd floor, Room No.2/38, P-7, Chowringhee Square, Kolkata-700069
E-mail ID : [email protected]
Sub: CS(MA) Rules 1944 Renewal of name of the AMA for the treatment of Central Govt. Employees’ and Members of their family for the period from 01.08.2017 to 31.07.2018
In terms of Ministry of Health & Family Planning’s (Department of Health) instruction contained in O.M. No. 9-14025/133/79-MS dated 28.05.1982 and C & A.G. Circular No. 445-Audit/17/III-90 (86) dated 10.08.1990 and as per Rule 2A (iv) of the CS(MA) Rules 1944, the name of the Private Medical Practitioners, as mentioned in Annexure-AMA1, are hereby renewed as Authorised Medical Attendant during the normal working hours for the treatment of the Central Govt. Employees’ and members of their family stationed at, or passing through, Kolkata and its adjoining Municipalities (as shown against each AMA) which are not covered by CGHS for a period of one year, i.e., from 01.08.2017 to 31.07.2018.
Annexure-1 contains the names of the Authorised Medical Attendents who were empanelled during the year 2016-17, but have not submitted application for renewal as A.M.A. for the year 2017-18, and have expressed their unwillingness to continue. Accordingly, their names are hereby removed from the list of Authorised Medical Attendants for the year 2017-18.
(IMPORTANT NOTE FOR THE AMAs TO BE OBSERVED STRICTLY)
1. AMAs are requested to submit applications for renewal at least 3 months before the date of expiry of the present term. The CGEWCC reserves the right to delete any name due to non-receipt of application for renewal in time.
2.AMAs are requested not to prescribe medicines for more than 3 to 4 days at a time. However, in case of 3 or 4 consultations the treatment should be restricted to maximum period of ten days. The fees for consultation and injection should be taken as per G.I.M.H. O.M. No. S-14025/10/2010-MS dated 17.03.2011 of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (Department of Health) New Delhi.
3.Any change in address / degree etc. should be intimated immediately with documentary evidence. In case of death of AMA, intimation has to be sent to the Secretary, CGEWCC,Kolkata by the nearest relative of the AMA with a copy of death certificate.
CENTRAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES’ WELFARE
CO-ORDINATION COMMITTEE, KOLKATA
For the year 2017-18
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Salil kumar Banerjee says
This is of no use only eyewash. No benefits will be accrued to the Central government employees. Employees should be entitled to opt doctors of their choice and not that of the Policymakers. It is not understood why 7th Pay Commission’s recommendation for cashless health insurance policy not getting implemented inspite of Cabinet direction in their meeting held inJune 2016 vide para 9 to MOF for immediate implementation of cashless health insurance scheme at low premium to cover high risk. For this employees will bear the cost of insurance and at no expenditure on the Central government. Similar scheme already extended for LICI and other employees. To protect whose interest Cabinet direction is not getting implemented. Why public money is wasted by way of holding Cabinet meeting and not caring for implementation of the Cabinet decision.