complex and exhaustive requirements, the expertise and efficiencies available in the private sector are proposed to be invited through appropriate and viable opportunities.
PPPs for District Hospitals, PHCs, CHCs & Sub -Centers
The Department is proposing to involve the Private sector for improving the quality of services at
the existing government health facilities. It is intended to identify a distinct cluster of facilities comprising of Sub-Centres /PHCs/CHCs and District Hospitals and to invite private sector participation in managing and running these units. To safeguard interests of the disadvantaged sections, the government would stipulate the extent of free or subsidized services. A system of annual grant may also be considered to defray the cost of such subsidized costs. Up-gradation of physical infrastructure and technology by private resources during the concession period is also envisaged. A professional consultancy firm has already been
selected to aid and assist the for implementation of the developer(s).
health department in preparing the strategy/framework and tender scheme. Open tender process will be adopted for selection
documents of Private
PPPs for 18 Regional Diagnostic Centers
The Diagnostic services are proposed to be managed on a PPP basis in existing 18 Regional
Diagnostic Centers located at Saharanpur, Agra, Lucknow, Allahabad, Ghaziabad, Jhansi, Gonda, Mirzapur, Moradabad, Lalitpur, Faizabad, Varanasi, Bareilly, Banda, Basti, Azamgarh, Kanpur Nagar and Gorakhpur. It is proposed to convert the existing RDCs into ‘Diagnostic Centres of Excellence’. Upgradation of physical infrastructure and technology by private resources during the concession period is also envisaged. A professional consultancy firm has already been selected to aid and assist the health department in preparing the strategy/framework and tender documents for implementation of the scheme.
Open tender process will be adopted for selection of Private developer(s).
PPPs for Ambulatory Services in 12 selected Districts
Ambulatory services are proposed to be managed on a PPP basis in 12 selected districts, as a pilot
and later scaled up to other districts. Under the proposed scheme the private developer would be required to identify and respond to emergencies through a centralised call centre and fleet of ambulances (Advance Life Support and Basic Life Support Ambulances). Provide trained manpower and equipment that will stabilize the patient and then transport the patient to the nearest health facility within the shortest possible time. And identify a network of existing secondary and tertiary level hospitals to provide emergency medical care to the patient. A professional consult ancy firm has already been selected to aid and assist the
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