Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY)
                                                 
                                   Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY)


1. The Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) was announced in 2003 with objectives of correcting regional imbalances in the availability of affordable/ reliable tertiary healthcare services and also to augment facilities for quality medical education in the country.
PMSSY has two components:
(i) Setting up of AIIMS like Institutions
(ii) Upgradation of Government Medical College Institutions.


2. Six AIIMS-like institutions, one each in the States of Bihar (Patna), Chhattisgarh (Raipur), Madhya Pradesh (Bhopal), Orissa (Bhubaneswar), Rajasthan (Jodhpur) and Uttaranchal (Rishikesh) have been setup under the PMSSY scheme. Approved cost of each new AIIMS in first phase was 820 crores. Rs. 620 crores towards cost of construction and Rs. 200 crores for procurement of Medical Equipment and modular Operation Theatres.

3. Major Facilities at six AIIMS
The major facilities that is to be made available in each AIIMS in a phased manner as follows:

a) Hospital with total bed strength of 960 beds with specialty/super specialty departments

i) 500 beds – Hospital with 18 Specialty disciplines
ii) 300 beds – 15 Super Specialty disciplines
iii) 100 beds – ICU/Accident Trauma
iv) 30 beds – AYUSH
v) 30 beds – Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PMR)


b)Basic Science Departments – 6 Nos.
i) Anatomy
ii) Physiology
iii) Biochemistry
iv) Pharmacology
v) Community Medicine
vi) Forensic Medicine

c)Other Departments
i) PMR Department
ii) AYUSH facilities

d)Specialty and Super Specialty Departments
The following specialty/ super specialty treatment facility and medical education will be made available in functional six AIIMS Institutes.

Specialty Departments – 18 Nos. Super-Specialty Departments-15 Nos.
i) General Medicine (including Tropical & Infectious diseases) i) Cardiology
ii) General Surgery ii) Cardio-thoracic & Vascular Surgery
iii) Obstetrics & Gynecology iii) Gastroenterology
iii) Obstetrics & Gynecology iii) Gastroenterology
iv) Orthopedics iv) Surgical Gastroenterology
v) Pediatrics v) Nephrology (with dialysis)
vi) Dermatology vi) Urology (and Renal Transplantation)
vii) Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) vii) Neurology
viii) Ophthalmology viii) Neurosurgery
ix) Trauma & Emergency ix) Medical Oncology/Hematology
x) Pathology with Laboratory Medicine x) Surgical Oncology
xi) Microbiology xi) Endocrinology & Metabolic Diseases
xii) Radio-Diagnosis xii) Nuclear Medicine
xiii) Radio Therapy xiii) Pediatric Surgery
xiv) Anesthesiology xiv) Burns & Plastic Surgery
xv) Transfusion Medicine & Blood xv) Pulmonary Medicine & Critical Care
xvi) Psychiatry
xvii) Neonatology
xviii)Dentistry


4. Current status of six AIIMS

Legislative Position
AIIMS Amendment Act, 2012 has been enacted amending the All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act, 1956 to provide autonomous status to the six AIIMS. The societies formed earlier have been incorporated as corresponding Institute. Institute Body for each new AIIMS has also been constituted in July, 2013. Besides, Governing Body, Standing Finance Committee and Academic Committee for six new AIIMS have also been constituted.
Status of operation
Medical College and Nursing Colleges at all six AIIMS have started functioning from September, 2012 and September, 2013 respectively. OPD facilities have also become functional at all six AIIMS. Besides, IPD have also become operational with partial bed capacities at new AIIMS.
Regular MBBS batches started since 2012 in all six new AIIMS with a batch of 50 students and currently has a batch size of 100 students. Regular Nursing Courses started since in all six new AIIMS in 2013 with a batch size of 60 students.
IPD, OPD OT Services in all six new AIIMS are functional


Status of manpower recruitment:

Creation of posts: 4089 posts of various categories including faculty and nursing have been created for each of the six AIIMS. Recruitment to various positions is being made in phased manners on need basis keeping in view the requirement as new services/facilities are planned.


Present sanctioned manpower:

AIIMS Sanctioned Non-faculty posts Sanctioned Faculty posts
Bhopal 3776 305
Bhubaneswar 3776 305
Jodhpur 3776 305
Patna 3776 305
Raipur 3776 305
Rishikesh 3776 305

The various posts are filled up in phased manner on need basis as additional services are rolled out. The recruitment rules for non faculty posts have been finalized by the Ministry and advised to six new AIIMS.


5. Status of other announced new AIIMS

S.No New AIIMS Status

Phase-ll

1. AIIMS Rae Bareli • Housing complex under construction.
• OPD building completed.

Phase-IV (4 new AIIMS announced during Budget Speech 2014-15)

2. AIIMS Mangalagiri • Cabinet approved setting up of AIIMS at Manglagiri in Andhra Pradesh at the cost of Rs.1618 crore on 07.10.2015.
• Soil survey, topographical survey, etc. completed
• HSCC(I) appointed as executing agency.
• MoU between MoHFW and Govt. of Andhra Pradesh signed. Possession of land given by Government of Andhra Pradesh.
• RFP for global bid for Design & Architecture floated and pre-bid meeting held.
3. AIIMS Nagpur • Cabinet approved setting up of AIIMS at Nagpur in Maharashtra at the cost of Rs 1577 crore on 07.10.2015.
• Soil survey, topographical survey, etc. completed
• HSCC(I) appointed as executing agency.
• MoU between MoHFW and Govt. of Maharashtra signed. Possession of land given by Government of Maharashtra.
• RFP for global bid for Design & Architecture floated and pre-bid meeting held.
4. AIIMS Purvanchal • Cabinet approved setting up of AIIMS at Mahadev Jharkhandi, Tukda 2, Tehsil Sadar, Gorakhpur at the cost of Rs 1011 crore on 20.07.2016.
5. AIIMS Kalyani • Cabinet approved setting up of AIIMS at Kalyani in West Bengal at the cost of Rs 1754 crore on 07.10.2015.
• Soil survey, topographical survey, etc. completed.
• HSCC(I) appointed as executing agency.
• MoU between MoHFW and Govt. of West Bengal signed. Possession of land given by Government of West Bengal.
• RFP for global bid for Design & Architecture floated and pre-bid meeting held.

6. Phase-V (6 new AIIMS have been announced during Budget Speech 2015-16 one each in Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Tamil Nadu and Bihar. Hon’ble PM has announced setting up of total two AIIMS in capital cities of J&K a part of Prime Minister Development Package for J&K.)

6. AIIMS Guwahati • Site finalized at Village Jalah, Mouza Sila Sinduri Ghopa in Kamrup District subject to fulfilment of some conditions by State Government.
7. AIIMS Bihar • State Government yet to identify land.
8. AIIMS Himachal Pradesh • Site inspection report under consideration.
9. AIIMS Jammu • Site Finalized at Vijaypur in Samba district in Jammu region.
• CPWD appointed as executing agency for construction work.
10. AIIMS Kashmir • Site Finalized at Awantipora, Pulwama in the Kashmir region.
• CPWD appointed as executing agency for construction work.
11. AIIMS Bathinda • Cabinet approved setting up of AIIMS at Bathinda in Punjab at the cost of Rs. 925 crore on 27.07.2016.
12. AIIMS Tamil Nadu • Site inspection report under consideration.

Phase-VI(2 new AIIMS announced during Budget Speech 2017-18 one each in Gujarat and Jharkhand).

13. AIIMS Gujarat • State Govt. offered four sites for establishment of AIIMS.
14. AIIMS Jharkhand • State Govt. offered site at Deoghar for establishment of AIIMS.
• Central team submitted inspection report.
• Ministry has approved the site in Deogarh offered by the Govt of Jharkhand for establishment of AIIMS in Jharkhand, subject to fulfillment of certain conditions.
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