Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana

Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana -IndianBureaucracy
Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana -IndianBureaucracy

In his Independence Day speech on 15th August, 2003 the then Hon’ble Prime Minister had announced the setting up of six AIIMS type hospitals under Pradhan MantriSwasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY). The scheme was approved in March 2006.

The primary objective of PMSSY is to correct the region imbalances in availability of affordable/reliable tertiary level healthcare in the country in general, and, to augment facilities for quality medical education in under-served or backward States, in particular.

In addition to setting up of AIIMS, PMSSY also envisaged up-gradation of several existing Government Medical Colleges/Institutions in different states in the country.

Apart from declaration of six AIIMS in 2003, the PMSSY scheme has been enlarged to encompass setting up of many other AIIMS at different states and also upgradation of existing Government Medical Colleges/Institutions (GMCIs) in different states. At present, setting up of 19 AIIMS and upgradation of existing 71 GMCIs has been undertaken under PMSSY.Under PMSSY scheme various activities have been undertaken since its inception without any discontinuation of the process.

The State-wise details of works undertaken under PMSSY is given below:

STATE-WISE LIST OF AIIMS and MEDICAL COLLEGES/INSTITUTIONS UNDER UPGRADATION OF PMSSY

 

Sl. State New AIIMS UPGRADATION OF STATE GOVT. MEDICAL COLLEGES / INSTITUTIONS
Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IV Phase V
1 Andhra Pradesh AIIMS Mangalapuri (Ph-IV) SVIMS, Tirupati   SMC,Vijayawada    
GMC, Anantpur
2 Assam AIIMS Guwahati (Ph-V)     GMC, Guwahati    
AMC, Dibrugarh
3 Bihar AIIMS Patna (Ph-I)     SMC, Muzaffarapur PMCH, Patna  
GMC, Bhagalpur
AIIMS Declared (Ph-V)
GMC, Darbhanga
GMC, Gaya
4 Chhattisgarh AIIMS, Raipur (Ph-I)       GMC, Bilaspur,  
GMC Jagdalpur
5 Goa       GMC, Panaji    
6 Gujarat   BJMC, Ahmedabad   GMC, Rajkot GMC, Surat  
GMC, Bhavnagar
7 Haryana     PGIMS, Rohtak      
8 Himachal Pradesh AIIMS Declared (Ph-V)   GMC Tanda I.G. GMC, Shimla    
9 Jammu & Kashmir AIIMS, Jammu (Ph-V) GMC, Jammu        
AIIMS, Kashmir (Ph-V) GMC, Srinagar
10 Jharkhand AIIMS, Deoghar # RIMS, Ranchi   PMCH, Dhanbad    
11 Karnataka   BMC, Bengaluru   VIMS, Bellary    
KIMS, Hubli
12 Kerala   GMC, Thiruvananthapuram   MC, Kozhikode    
TDMC,  Alappuzha
13 Madhya Pradesh AIIMS, Bhopal (Ph-I)     GMC, Rewa GMC, Indore  
NSCB MC, Jabalpur
GRMC, Gwalior

 

14 Maharashtra AIIMS, Nagpur (Ph-IV) Grant, MC + JJ Hospitals, Mumbai GMC, Nagpur GMC, Aurangabad    
GMC,  Latur
GMC, Akola
SVN GMC, Yavatmal.
15 Odisha (Orissa) AIIMS, Bhubaneshwar (Ph-I)     MKCG MC, Behrampur GMC, Cuttack  
VSS MC, Burla
16 Punjab AIIMS, Bathinda (Ph-V)   GMC, Amritsar GMC, Patiala    
17 Rajasthan AIIMS, Jodhpur (Ph-I)     SP MC, Bikaner GMC, Jaipur  
RNT MC, Udaipur
GMC, Kota
18 Tamil Nadu AIIMS Declared (Ph-V) GMC, Salem GMC, Madurai TMC, Thanjavur    
TMC, Tirunelveli
19 Telangana   NIMS, Hyderabad   R.G. IMS, Adilabad    
KMC, Warangal
20 Tripura       AMC, Agartala    
21 Uttar Pradesh* AIIMS, Rae Bareli (Ph-II) S.G.PGIMS, Lucknow JNMC, AMU, Aligarh GMC, Jhansi GMC, Agra  
GMC, Gorakhpur GMC, Kanpur
AIIMS, Poorvanchal (Ph-IV) IMS, Varanasi MLN MC, Allahabad
LLR MC, Meerut.
22 Uttarakhand AIIMS, Rishikesh (Ph-I)          
23 West Bengal AIIMS, Kalyani (Ph-IV) KMC, Kolkata   BS MC, Bankura    
GMC, Malda
NBMC, Darjeeling
24 Delhi         UCMS-GTB Hos.  
    19 AIIMS 13 06 39 13  

Total of 19 AIIMS and 71 State Govt. Medical Colleges / Institutions under different phases of PMSSY

*Recently Ministry has approved proposal for creation of a Super Specialty block in Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU at a cost of Rs 200 crore under PMSSY.

# The Ministry has approved the site in Deoghar, offered by the Govt. of Jharkhand, for establishment of AIIMS in Jharkhand, subject to fulfillment of certain conditions.

 

As far as State of Jharkhand is concerned, Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), Ranchi has been taken up for upgradation under Phase-I of PMSSY at a total cost of Rs. 120 crore (Central Share – Rs.100 crore  &  State Share – Rs.20 crore).  Under the upgradation programme 172 bedded Super Speciallity Block and 68 bedded Oncology Block was constructed at RIMS, Ranchi. The civil construction work was completed in June, 2013. An amount of Rs.95.36 crore has been released for upgradation of the institute so far.

In the third phase of PMSSY, Patliputra Medical College & Hospital, Dhanbad has been taken up for upgradation under Phase-III of PMSSY at a total cost of Rs. 150 crore (Central Share – Rs.120 crore  &  State Share – Rs.30 crore). The civil construction work has already been started and 17% of civil construction work has been completed. An amount of Rs.17.07 crore has been released for upgradation of the institute so far.

Apart from the above upgradation of GMCIs in Phase – I & III, a decision has been taken to setup a AIIMS at Deoghar in Jharkhand.

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