PMC's Health Scheme for Seniors to Start from June 1
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13 May 2008
The Pune Municipal Corporation’s (PMC) senior citizens’ health welfare scheme for the current financial year would begin from June 1.
Senior citizens, who are residing within the PMC limits, can avail of the scheme’s benefits by registering their names at the designated centres between May 15 and May 31. Only those who are over 59 years of age are eligible for registration.
Out of the total annual membership fees of INR 1,500, the PMC will contribute INR 300 and the remaining INR 1,200 will have to be borne by the beneficiary.
Printed application forms are available at Sahyadri Hospital (Kothrud), Surya Hospital (Kasba Peth), Sahyadri Munot Hospital (Seven Love Chowk), Fatima Convent Sahyadri Clinic (Fatimanagar), Sahyadri lab (Dani Bungalow) near Sahyadri SSpecialty Hospital. The completed forms can be submitted at these centres itself.
The photo identity card would be issued only at Sahyadri Hospital on Karve road, 25 days after submitting the application. The registered members would be given medical services at concessional rates at Sahyadri Hospital and its allied or approved hospitals.