Government Financial Aids
For Liver Transplant Patients
Chief Minister's Relief Fund
Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund is an emergency assistance scheme for granting relief to deserving families and individuals affected by natural calamities or loss of life of relatives due to accidents or for medical treatment for major diseases
Doctor certificate(six month validity
Income certifiate(below one lakh only
Adhar card copy
Ration card copy(2pages, name mentioned and front page
Bank pass book copy with ifsc code and photo attached page
All pages are attested from gazetted officers
Firstly register throuh akshaya and collected doc no, then after all documents are submitted local MLA.
Social Security Mission Pension Plan
Kerala Social Security Mission (KSSM), organized under Social Justice Department, has a mission to extend service and support to the destitute, poor, aged, children, women, chronically ill cancer patients and other weaker sections of population.
All ceritificates are submitted to anganavadi Teachers
Income certificate (below one lakh)
Doctors certificate(six month validity
Life certificate(six month validity
Pass book copy
Adhar card copy
Ration card copy
All documents are attested from gazetted officers.
Prime Minister's National Relief Fund
Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF) in India is the fund raised to provide support for people affected by natural and man made disasters. Natural disasters covered under this include flood, cyclone, earthquake etc. Man made disasters include major accidents, acid attacks, riots etc. The fund is also allotted to the people for treatment like cancer, kidney transplantation, heart surgery etc. The fund was first consolidated during the time of the first prime minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru
Doctors certificate (6 month validity)
Income proof from thazildar (1lakh below, english only)
Ration card copy
Bank pass book copy
Two photo(passport size
All documents are attested from gazetted officers
Documents send to local MP office
Rashtriya AroryaNidhi- to provide financial assistance to poor patients living below threshold poverty line and suffering from life threatening diseases relating to heart, kidney, liver, etc for their treatment at Government hospitals/institutes having super specialty facilities.
To avail financial assistance under RAN, the patient is required to submit :
- Application form in prescribed proforma duly signed by the treating doctor and countersigned by the Medical Superintendent of the Government hospital/institute.
- Copy of the income certificate.
- Copy of the ration card.
- Revolving Funds have been set up in 13 Central Government Hospitals/Institutes and funds upto Rs. 50 lakhs (Rs. 90 lakh in case of AIIMS, New Delhi) are placed at their disposal for providing treatment upto Rs. 2 lakh in each case..
- Cases involving treatment beyond 2 lakh are referred to Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India for providing funds.
Liver Transplant and Liver Disease Treatrments are expensive, they can shatter your savings and life! There are many NGO’s who can support you by cloud Funding.
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Karunya Community Pharmacy
Kerala Medical Services Corporation Ltd started its first Karunya Community Pharmacy at Medical College, Thiurvananthapuram on January, 2012 with objective to provide the public, branded medicines at affordable price. As per G.O. No. 186/2012/H&FWD dtd 19/06/2012, more Karunya Community Pharmacies were opened, at government health facilities like medical colleges, general hospitals, district hospitals etc., and now there are 70 Karunya Community Pharmacies and 6 Karunya Medicne Depots, throughout Kerala; including the pharmacies at Sabarimala operated during Makaravilakku festival.
Karunya Community Pharmacies distribute medicines at a discounted rate of 10% -93% from maximum retail price (MRP). At present, being a major player in the pharma business in Kerala; Karunya Community Pharmacies could curb the exploitation of middle-men and private medical shops; and thus control the market price of medicines to a certain extent.