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What is the procedure to register with the CGHS?

What is the procedure to register with the CGHS?


Pensioners:
One can get a CGHS card made from the office of Additional Director of
the City. Forms can be downloaded from CGHS Website. They are also
available in the office of Additional Director of city (Additional Director
Headquarter in case of Delhi).

Documents required:
1. Application in prescribed format
2. Proof of residence
3. Proof of stay of dependents
4. Proof of age of son
5. Disability certificate, if any in case of sons aged 25 & above, who would otherwise cease to be a beneficiary.
6. Individual passport size photos of eligible familymembers
7. Surrender Certificate of CGHS Card while in service ( only in those cases where CGHS Card was issued while in service)
8. Attested copies of PPO & Last Pay Certificate
9. Draft for required amount towards CGHS contribution – in the name of ‘P.A.O., CGHS New Delhi’ in Delhi and in the name of ‘Additional Director, CGHS' of the city.

In case PPO is not ready for any reason, there is option to get a provisional
card on the basis of Last Pay Certificate. The data uploaded in the data
base and a print out is issued on the same day for immediate use. Plastic
cards are sent to the Wellness Centres and the beneficiaries collect the
cards from there. The plastic card numbers are displayed on the notice
board of the Wellness Centre for the information of the beneficiaries.
SMS is sent to the mobile number of the beneficiaries reminding them to
collect their plastic cards.

Serving employees:-
Serving employees submit the forms in prescribed format enclosing
photos of eligible family members and submit to the Ministry/
Department/ Office, where he/ she is employed. The application form
shall be forwarded by the Ministry/ Office /Department to the office of
Additional Director CGHS of city for preparation of card. The plastic cards
are distributed through the Wellness Centres as in case of pensioners.
SMS is sent in case of serving employees also.


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