Haryana: Haryana CM Approves Free Renal and Liver Transplant Services Under Health Schemes | Chandigarh News

Chandigarh: Haryana CM Nayab Singh Saini on Monday approved free renal and liver transplantation services up to Rs 3 lakh for eligible patients under Mukhya Mantri Muft Ilaj Yojana (MMMIY).
The CM also sanctioned the creation of a specialised fixed renal and liver transplant package of Rs 3 lakh under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana – Ayushman Bharat (PMJAY-AB) scheme.Health, medical education and research minister Kamal Gupta said govt was “committed” to healthcare reform and patient welfare.
With this new initiative, identified patients will be able to receive critical renal and liver transplants at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS) in Rohtak without worrying about the prohibitive costs.
These pivotal decisions aim to offer life-saving medical treatments to those in dire need, ensuring no one is denied essential healthcare due to financial constraints.
He said that by alleviating the financial burden associated with complex medical procedures, the govt is paving the way for a future where healthcare is a fundamental right accessible to all, regardless of economic status.
The minister said that previously, there was no provision under MMMIY to cover the expenses related to renal or liver transplants.
Many patients faced insurmountable barriers to receiving the treatments they desperately needed.

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