Eye7 Chaudhary Eye Centre: List of Approved Government Panels & Associated Health Insurance Companies

Medical Panels

Sr. No. List of Panels
1APFPEDA (Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority)
2AAI (Airport Authority of India)
3AICTE (All India Council of Technical Education)
4AR (Assam Rifles)
5BIS (Bureau Of Indian Standards)
6BSES Rajdhani (BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd)
7BSES Yamuna (BSES Yamuna Power Ltd)
8BSF (Border Security Force)
9BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited)
10CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education)
11CCI (Competition Commission Of India)
12CCRT (Centre For Cultural Resources And Training)
13CEC (Consortium For Educational Communication)
14CERC (Central Electricity Regulatory Commission)
15CGEWHO (Central Gov. Employees Welfare Housing Organization)
16CGHS (Central Government Health Scheme)
17CISF (Central Industrial Security Force)
18CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board)
19CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force)
20CWC (Central Warehouse Corporation)
21DDA (Delhi Development Authority)
22DERC (Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission)
23DGEHS (Delhi Government Employee’s Health Scheme)
24DHC (Delhi High Court)
25DJB (Delhi Jal Board)
26DP (Delhi Police)
27DTC (Delhi Transport Corporation)
28DTL (Delhi Transco Limited)
29DTTDC (Delhi Tourism & Transportation Development Corporation Ltd)
30DU (Delhi University)
31DUAC (Delhi Urban Art Commission)
32DUSIB (Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board)
33DVB (Delhi Vidyut Board)
34ECHS (Ex-Serviceman Contributory Health Scheme)
35ESI (Okhla, Basaidarapur, Jhilmil & Sahibabad)
36FCI (Food Corporation of India)
37GGSU (Guru Govind Singh University)
38HGHS (Haryana Govt Health Services)
39IARI (Indian Agricultural Research Institute)
40ICAR (Indian Council of Agricultural Research)
41ICAR, PUSA (Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute Library Avenue PUSA)
42ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research)
43ICSI (The Institute of Company Secretaries of India)
44ICSSR (Indian Council of Social Science Research)
45IFFCO (Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative)
46IHO (Indian Health Organisation)
47INSA (Indian National Science Academy)
48IPGCL (Indraprastha Power Generation Company Ltd.)
49ITBP (Indo Tibet Border Police)
50ITI Limited (Indian Telephone Industries Limited)
51ITPO (India Trade Promotion Organisation)
52IUAC (Inter University Accelerator Centre)
53IWAI (Inland Waterways Authority of India)
54JMI (Jamia Millia Islamia)
55JNU (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
56MCD (Municipal Corporation Development)
57MTNL (Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited)
58NBCC (National Buildings Construction Corporation Limited)
59NCERT (National Council of Education Research & Training)
60NDMC (New Delhi Municipal Corporation)
61NIEPA (National Institute of Education Planning And Administration)
62NIFT (National Institute of Fashion Technology)
63NII (National Institute of Immunology)
64NIPCCD (National Institute of Public Corporation & Child Development)
65NIPGR (National Institute of Plant Genome Research)
66NR (Northern Railway)
67NSG (National Security Guard)
68NSIC (The National Small Industries Corporation Ltd.)
69PCI (Press Council of India)
70Prashar Bharti (All India Radio)
71RBI (Reserve Bank of India)
72SAI (Sports Authority of India)
73SAU (South Asian University)
74SCI (Supreme Court of India)
75SSB (Sashastra Seema Bal)
76TIFAC (Technology Information Forecasting and Assessment Council)
77TPDDL (Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited)
78TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India)
79TRIFED (Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India Ltd)
80UGC (University Grand Commission)
81UPSC (Union Public Service Commission)
82WHO (World Health Organization)

Medical Insurances

Sr. No. List of TPA
1Aditya Birla Health Insurance Co. Limited
2Alankit Insurance TPA Limited
3Anmol Medicare InsuranceTPA Ltd.
4Apollo Munich General Insurance Company/HDFC ERGO Health Insurance Co. Ltd.
5Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Co. Ltd.
6Care Health Insurance
7Cholamandalam MS General Insurance
8Dedicated Healthcare Services TPA (India) Private Limited
9E Meditek (TPA) Services Ltd.
10East West Assist TPA Pvt. Ltd.
11Ericson Insurance TPA Pvt. Ltd.
12Family Health Plan (TPA) Ltd.
13Focus Healthservices TPA Pvt. Ltd.
14Future Generali India Insurance Company Limited
15Genins India Insurance TPA Ltd.
16Good Health Insurance TPA Ltd.
17HDFC ERGO General Insurance Company
18Health India TPA Services Private Limited
19Health Insurance TPA of India Ltd.
20Heritage Health TPA Pvt. Ltd.
21ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company Limited
22IFFCOTOKIO GENERAL INSURANCE
23Liberty General Insurance Limited
24Magma HDI general insurance company Limited
25ManipalCigna Health Insurance Company Limited (formerly known as CignaTTK Health Insurance Company Limited)
26Max Bupa Health Insurance Company
27MD India Healthcare (TPA) Services (Pvt.) Ltd.
28Med Save Health Care TPA Ltd.
29Medi Assist India TPA Pvt. Ltd.
30Medicare TPA Services (I) Pvt. Ltd.
31Paramount Health Services & Insurance TPA Pvt. Ltd.
32Park Mediclaim TPA Private Ltd.
33Raksha TPA Pvt. Ltd.
34Reliance Health Insurance Limited
35Safeway Insurance TPA Pvt. Ltd
36Star Health & Allied Insurance Co. Ltd.
37Sunrise Medcorp Solution Private Limited
38TATA AIG General Insurance Company Limited
39United Healthcare Parekh Insurance TPA Pvt. Ltd.
40Universal Sompo General Insurance Co. ltd
41Vidal Health Insurance TPA Pvt. Ltd
42Vipul Med Corp TPA. Pvt. Ltd.
43Vision Digital Insurance TPA Pvt. Ltd.

Central Government Healthcare Scheme (CGHS)

The Central Government Healthcare Scheme (CGHS) was launched in 1954. It was introduced with the vision to provide comprehensive medical care to the central government workers and pensioners who are listed under this scheme. It is available for current as well as former employees.

Under the scheme, the registered people can claim beneficiaries and get facilities of the systems of medicine such as Allopathy, Homeopathy, etc.

Protocol for OPD Consultation and Investigations:

Beneficiary TypeCredit or CashRequirements
Retired (age above 75 years)CreditNo referral / permission letter required
Retired (age below 75 years)CreditValid referral / permission letter is required
WorkingCash (CGHS Rates)Can be reimbursed from respective office

CGHS Rates of Cataract Surgery:

Ward Approved Procedure Cost Approved Lens Cost Retired Beneficiary Working Beneficiary
General ₹11159 Up to ₹5800 Credit with valid referral / permission letter Cash (can be reimbursed from respective office)
Semi Private ₹12398 Up to ₹5800
Private ₹14257 Up to ₹5800

Please note: Pan India CGHS beneficiaries can avail the CGHS facilities at our hospital.

Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS)

The Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS) was established on 1st April 2003. The scheme runs under the supervision of the Chief of Staff Committee (COSC) through AG and DGDC&W in Army HQ, Delhi.

It aims at providing treatment for Ex-Servicemen pensioners and their dependents. The treatment will be given in any civil or private hospitals which are empaneled with the scheme. It is financed by the Govt. of India.

Today, there are over 427 polyclinics in 28 centers that are designed to provide “out-patient” and “in-patient” care available in the hospitals.

Protocol for OPD Consultation and Investigations:

Beneficiary TypeCredit or CashRequirements
Retired (age above 75 years)CreditNo referral / permission letter required
Retired (age below 75 years)CreditValid referral / permission letter is required

ECHS Rates of Cataract Surgery:

Ward Approved Procedure Cost Approved Lens Cost Retired Beneficiary
General ₹11159 Up to ₹5800
  • Credit with valid referral / permission letter
  • Cash without valid referral / permission letter
Semi Private ₹12398 Up to ₹5800
Private ₹14257 Up to ₹5800

Haryana Government Health Care Scheme

The Health Department of Haryana is headed by the General Director, Health Services. It is committed to providing the people of Haryana quality health care for physical, mental, and social well-being.

The health government is constantly upgrading its services of human resources, infrastructure, medicines, types of equipment, etc. They are providing the uttermost help needed to all categories of people including babies, infants, children, adults, mothers, couples, and senior citizens. Apart from these categories, they are also catering to the needs of the sick and traumatized victims.

They stay updated and in check with the latest diseases and have a system of planning, record, reports, and evaluations.

Protocol for OPD Consultation and Investigations:

Beneficiary TypeCredit or CashCredit or Cash
Working & RetiredCash (as per Haryana Govt rates)Valid Haryana Government Panel ID Card

Cataract Surgery is covered up to ₹60,000 + Cost of the approved lens (IOL) for Bladeless Femto Laser Cataract Surgery and LASIK Refractive Surgery is covered up to ₹45,000 as per Haryana Government Panel which can be reimbursed from their respective office.

Northern Railway Divisional Hospital (NRCH)

The Northern Railway Divisional Hospital, Delhi was established in 1936. It is one of the oldest hospitals in Indian railways, headed by the Chief Medical Superintendent/Delhi.

In terms of medical care, the employees are provided with the best and maximum facilities. However, the Divisional Hospital aims to progressively improve the living and working conditions of the Railways beneficiaries. They are committed to providing the best health care to the railway staff and their family. This helps promote a healthy living work atmosphere in the railway sector.

Health care uses the latest and advanced techniques that are cost-effective for the employees.

Protocol for OPD Consultation and Investigations:

Beneficiary TypeCredit or CashRequirements
Working & RetiredCash (CGHS Rates)Valid ID Card

Rates of Cataract Surgery:

Ward Approved Procedure Cost Approved Lens Cost Working & Retired Beneficiary
General ₹11159 Up to ₹5800
  • Credit with valid referral / permission letter
  • Cash without valid referral / permission letter
Semi Private ₹12398 Up to ₹5800
Private ₹14257 Up to ₹5800

Delhi Government Employees Health Scheme (DGEHS)

In 1997, the Delhi Government Employees Health Scheme (DGEHS) was introduced to provide medical care and facilities to the Delhi government pensioners, workers, and their dependents.

All the health facilities are run by the Govt. of NCT, Delhi, the autonomous government bodies, local bodies, and other Government bodies ( Patel Chest Institute (DU)), etc are recognized under this scheme. Some private diagnostic/hospitals are also empanelled with this scheme.

Protocol for OPD Consultation and Investigations:

Beneficiary Type Credit or Cash Requirements
Retired Credit Valid Medical ID card
Working Cash (CGHS Rates)

Govt Approved Rates of Cataract Surgeries:

Ward Approved Procedure Cost Approved Lens Cost Working & Retired Beneficiary
General ₹11159 Up to ₹5800
  • Credit with valid referral / permission letter
  • Cash without valid referral / permission letter
Semi Private ₹12398 Up to ₹5800
Private ₹14257 Up to ₹5800

Delhi University Health Scheme (DU)

Delhi University has 77 colleges affiliated with them and has been providing primary health care to its pensioners, employees, and family dependents at all private and public hospitals.

It has a World University Services (W.U.S.) Health Centre located at North Campus and South Campus providing 24*7 health care to its beneficiaries. They have full-time doctors operating from Monday to Friday, but at different times.

Protocol for OPD Consultation and Investigations:

Beneficiary TypeCredit or CashRequirements
Working & RetiredCash (CGHS Rates)Valid ID Card

Rates of Cataract Surgery:

Ward Approved Procedure Cost Approved Lens Cost Working & Retired Beneficiary
General ₹11159 Up to ₹5800
  • Credit with valid referral / permission letter
  • Cash without valid referral / permission letter
Semi Private ₹12398 Up to ₹5800
Private ₹14257 Up to ₹5800

Delhi Development Authority (DDA)

Delhi Development Authority (DDA) launched a health scheme intending to provide comprehensive medical health care facilities to Delhi Development Authority (DDA) employees, pensioners, and their family dependents on the basis of the requirement plan.

Recently, DDA issued a biometric card to its employees for getting treatment at any of the empanelled hospitals in the city. It is issued under a scheme called the Swarn Jayanti Arogya Yojana.

Protocol for OPD Consultation and Investigations:

Beneficiary TypeCredit or CashRequirements
Working & RetiredCash (CGHS Rates)Valid ID Card

Rates of Cataract Surgery:

Ward Approved Procedure Cost Approved Lens Cost Working & Retired Beneficiary
General ₹11159 Up to ₹5800 Cash (can be reimbursed from respective office)
Semi Private ₹12398 Up to ₹5800
Private ₹14257 Up to ₹5800

Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC)

Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) launched a health scheme intending to provide comprehensive medical facilities to Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) employees and their dependents on the pattern of Central Government Health Scheme – Reimbursement basis.

As drafted by the government, under the CGHS, DTC employees will be entitled to all treatments, including surgery and medical tests at 44 empanelled hospitals.

Protocol for OPD Consultation and Investigations:

Beneficiary TypeCredit or CashRequirements
Working & RetiredCash (CGHS Rates)Valid ID Card

Rates of Cataract Surgery:

Ward Approved Procedure Cost Approved Lens Cost Working & Retired Beneficiary
General ₹11159 Up to ₹5800 Cash (can be reimbursed from respective office)
Semi Private ₹12398 Up to ₹5800
Private ₹14257 Up to ₹5800

Airport Authority of India (AAI)

(AAI) is a Public Sector Unit (PSU) that is under the welfare scheme that always endeavors to provide world-class health facilities to employees and their inwards.

Keeping with the continuous endeavor, AAI has tie-ups with various hospitals across the country including Eye7 Hospitals/Chaudhary Eye Centre on the CASHLESS pattern.

The same pattern followed by the other PSUs which has empanelled with us i.e Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), Food Corporation of India (FCI), World Health Organisation (WHO), Indian Council of Agricultural Research ICAR), Krishi Bhawan, Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), Pusa Road.

Protocol for OPD Consultation and Investigations:

Beneficiary TypeCredit or CashRequirements
Working & RetiredCash (CGHS Rates)Valid ID Card

Rates of Cataract Surgery:

Ward Approved Procedure Cost Approved Lens Cost Working & Retired Beneficiary
General ₹11159 Up to ₹5800
  • Credit with valid referral / permission letter
  • Cash without valid referral / permission letter
Semi Private ₹12398 Up to ₹5800
Private ₹14257 Up to ₹5800

Paramilitary Forces of India

Ayushman CAPF is the government’s health care scheme for the Central Armed Police Forces. It was recently launched on 23rd January 2021 by the Union Home Minister Amit Shah at a function in Assam.

This health insurance will benefit over 50 lakh people. The CAPF personnel from all the 7 forces i.e, Assam Rifles, CISF, BSF, CRPF, NSG, ITBP, and SSB, and their dependents can avail these cashless healthcare services. The CAPF or Government-owned facilities may avail the CGHS & PM-JAY empaneled private hospital.

This also means that as a beneficiary, one may avail cashless OPD/IPD treatment, including diagnostics at CGHS or CAPF empanelled private hospitals.

Protocol for OPD Consultation and Investigations:

Beneficiary TypeCredit or CashRequirements
Working & RetiredCash (CGHS Rates)Valid ID Card

Rates of Cataract Surgery:

Ward Approved Procedure Cost Approved Lens Cost Working & Retired Beneficiary
General ₹11159 Up to ₹5800 Cash (can be reimbursed from respective office)
Semi Private ₹12398 Up to ₹5800
Private ₹14257 Up to ₹5800