Arogya Bhadrata Scheme – Extending Welfare Measures to Police Personnel – Certain modifications – Orders – Issued.




G.O.Ms.No.54                                                                Dated the 2nd March, 2006

                                                                                       Read the following:


1)     G.O.Ms.No.345, Home (Police-A) Deptt., dated.27-11-1998

2)     G.O.Ms.No.65, HM&FW(K1) Deptt., dated.16-2-2001.

3)     G.O.Ms.No.36, HM&FW(K1)Deptt., dated.5-2-2005

4)     From the D.G., SPF, Red Hills, Hyd, Lr.Rc.No.05/DG/SPF/Bhadrata/2005,


5)     G.O.Ms.No.477, HM&FW(K1) Deptt., dated.30-8-2005.

6)     From the D.G., Special Protection Force, A.P., Hyd., Lr.Rc.No.E3 /80/SPF/2005, dated.5-10-2005.





In the G.O. first read above, Government have formulated Arogya Bhadratha Scheme for police personnel, wherein a Managing Committee has been constituted and it is headed by the Director General of Police with   four others as members to administer the scheme.  As per the scheme, every employee of Police Department has to pay a monthly subscription, which will be deducted from their pay. As per the amendment orders issued in the G.O. second read above, the Unit Officers will refer the members and their dependents of the Scheme, who are suffering with any of the listed diseases /ailments to the (27) accredited hospitals for treatment.  The claim will be as per the scrutiny report of the Director of Medical Education and reimbursed to the hospitals directly by the Managing Committee. 


2.       In the letter fourth and sixth read above, the Director General of Special Protection Force, Hyderabad has sent proposals to Government for extending the Arogya Bhadratha Scheme to Special Protection Force consisting about 3,000 personnel.  The Government in Home Department have supported the proposals.


3.       Government have reviewed the matter. It is observed that since the inception of the Arogya Bhadrata Scheme, Government have recognised some more private hospitals as referral hospitals for the purpose of treatment to State Government Employees, retired pensioners and their dependents and family pensioners.  In the G.O. fifth read above, Government have delegated powers to the Director of Medical Education, A.P., Hyderabad for approval of recognition of Private hospitals as referral hospitals and the Director of Medical Education has also recognised certain private hospitals accordingly.  In the G.O. third read above, (17) more diseases have been added to become eligible for financial assistance from the C.M. Relief fund.  Similarly, certain emergency situations have been specified in the G.O. fifth read above. Keeping in view of the matter, Government have therefore decided that the said diseases may also be included in addition to the existing list of serious ailments under the Arogya Bhadrata Scheme and all the Private hospitals recognized by the Government or the Director of Medical Education from time to time may also be brought under this scheme for getting treatment by members and their dependents.





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4.       After careful examination of the matter and in partial modification of the orders issued in the G.O.s first and second read above, Government hereby issue the following orders with immediate effect:-


1)     Arogya Bhadrata Scheme be extended to the police personnel and their dependents of Special Protection Force under the control of Director of General, Special Protection Force, A.P., Hyderabad.


2)     All the private hospitals recognised by Government or Director of Medical Education, A.P., Hyderabad from time to time both in the State and outside the State be brought under the purview of Arogya Bhadrata scheme for the purpose of medical treatment /surgeries to the members and their dependents of Arogya Bhadrata Scheme.


3)     The diseases and emergency conditions mentioned in the GOs third and fifth read above be included in the list of serious ailments under Arogya Bhadrata Scheme as specified in the Annexure to this order.


5.       The Director General and Inspector General of Police. The Secretary, Arogya Bhadrata Scheme shall obtain list of recognised private hospitals from the Director of Medical Education, A.P., Hyderabad from time to time and communicate to the concerned officers and take necessary action in the matter accordingly.


6.       This order issues with concurrence of Finance Department vide their U.O.No.238/19/A2/Expr.HM&FW-I/2006, dated.23-01-2006.




                        Dr. I.V.SUBBA RAO




The Director General & Inspector General of Police, A.P., Hyderabad.

The Director General of Special Protection Force, Red Hills, A.P., Hyderabad.

The Secretary, Arogya Bhadrata Scheme, O/o DG & IG, A.P., Hyderabad.

The Director of Medical Education, A.P., Hyderabad

All the Managements of Private Hospitals recognised as referral

     hospitals through the DME, A.P., Hyderabad.

Home (Service-III) Department.

Copy to:   All District Collectors.

All District Medical & Health Officers

All Commissioners of Police

All Superintendents of Police

Home Department.

Finance (Expr. HM&FW-I) Department.

The Spl. Secy. to C.M.

The P.S. to Minister (Finance & Health)

The P.S. to Minister (Home)

The P.S. to Prl. Secy Home

The P.S. to Prl Secy (W&P), Finance Department.

The P.S. to Prl . Secy./ Secy. HM&FW Deptt.





Note:  This G.O. is available in the internet and can be accessed at the   


(Contd.. Annexure)


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ANNEXURE TO G.O.Ms.No.54, HM&FW (K1) Department, Dated 2-03-2006


          The list of additional diseases and emergency conditions included in the list of serious ailments under Arogya Bhadrata Scheme:-





1.      Cardiac Valve Replacement.

2.      Cardiac–CABG

3.      Cardiac–Open Heart Surgery.

4.      Myo Cardinal infaraction, Angioplasty.

5.      Kidney failure.

6.      Brain Stroke, Tumor, other major Brain diseases.

7.      Major Neurological complaints including diseases of spinal cord.

8.      Cancer excluding cancer cervix in human, Cancer Chemotherapy.

9.      Major organ transplants

10.  Chronic liver disease

11.  Cirrhosis of liver

12.  Lung surgery, Chronic lung diseases

13.  Major abdominal conditions like Pancreatitis, Cholecystitis

14.  Major abdominal surgeries.

15.  Trauma

16.  Major Urological surgeries like Surgeries on bladder, prostate, stone removal etc.    

  1.  Haemodialysis.




 (a) Acute Coronary syndromes (Coronary Artery By-Pass Graft/ Percutenious Transiuminal Coronary Angioplasty) including Myocardial Infarction, Unstable Angina, Ventricular arrhythmias Paroxysmal Supra Ventricular Tachicardia, Cardiac Temponade, Acute Left Ventricular Failure /Severe Colngestive Cardiac Failure, Accelerated hypertension complete heart block and stroke adam attack, acute aortic dissection.


  (b) Acute limb inschemia, rupture of aneurism, medical and surgical shock and peripheral circulatory failure.


  (c) Cerenbro vascular attack-strokes, sudden unconsciousness, head injury, respiratory failure decompensated lung disease, cerebro manningeal infections, convulsions acute paralysis, acute visual loss.


   (d) Acute abdomen.


(e)    Road traffic accidents/with injuries including fall


(f)     Acute poisoning


(g)    Acute renal failure


(h)    Acute abdomen in female including acute obstratical and gynecological emergencies.


(i)      Heart stroke.

            Dr. I.V.SUBBA RAO