IPF Scheme

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IPF Scheme

Scheme for treatment of Indigent & Weaker Section Patients (IPF)

The public Charitable Trusts registered under the provisions of the Bombay Public Trusts Act,1950 (for short ‘B.P.T. Act’) which are running Charitable Hospital shall be under legal obligation to reserve and earmark 10% of the total number of operational beds for indigent patients free of cost and reserve and earmark 10% of the total number of operational beds at concessional rate to the weaker section patients as per the provisions of section 41AA of the B.P.T. Act with effect from 1st Sept 2006. The Charitable Hospital shall provide following non billable services free to the indigent patients and as well as concessional rates are given to weaker section patients

  • • Bed
  • • RMO Services
  • • Nursing Care
  • • Food (if provided by the hospital)
  • • Linen
  • • Water & Electricity
  • • Routine Diagnostics
  • • House Keeping Services

Pursuant to a notification dated 27/9/12 issued under B.P.T Act, the specified limit of the annual income has been for the eligible patient has been revised as under: Category Annual Income

Indigent Rs 50,000/-
Weaker Section Rs 1, 00,000/-

The Charitable hospitals shall verify the economic status of the patients from their Medical Social Worker on the basis of scrutiny of any one of the following documents produced by the patients.

  • • Certificate from Tahasildar
  • • Ration Card
  • • Below Poverty Line Card Shri

Ganapati Netralaya implemented the scheme at Main Hospital at Jalna and all its branches at Washim, Malkapur and Shrirampur. 10 % Beds are Reserved

Place Total Beds Reserved for Indigent Patient Reserved for Weaker section Patient
JALNA 141 14 14
WASHIM 17 2 2
MALKAPUR 17 2 2
SHRIRAMPUR 17 2 2

While Charitable Trust are obliged to provide 10 % of the beds at free and 10% concessional rates ,Shri Ganapati Netralaya is providing treatment to more than 25 % patients free or at concessional rates. Our expenditures on IPF have far exceeded the mandatory requirements.