Mukhyamantri Santwana Harish Yojana to Help Road Accident Victims

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Karnataka State Government has launched a new scheme to help road accident victims get the treatment on time. Under the scheme, the government will provide free treatment to road accident victims for the first 48 hours in the nearest government or private hospital. The scheme was launched on 8 March 2016.

The scheme is named after Harish Nanjappa, who donated his eyes moments before his death in a road accident in February 2016.

Key highlights of Mukhyamantri Santwana Harish Yojana

  • The scheme will provide treatment assistance to victims of road accidents across the state irrespective of their financial status or nationality.
  • Immediate medical relief will be provided to the victim during the Golden Hour with financial aid up to 25000 during the first 48 hours of treatment.
  • The victim will receive medical care for first 48 hours and get treatment at any hospital. All hospitals will be directed not to reject accident victims.
  • A software covering hospital registration, patient registration, claims submission and packages will be installed for the proper implementation of the scheme.
  • Emergency toll free helplines will also be set up to help accident victims.

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5 thoughts on “Mukhyamantri Santwana Harish Yojana to Help Road Accident Victims”

  1. ON 30-01-2017 TWO CARS AT AROUND 7PM MET WITH AN ACCIDENT NEAR KEMPEDOWDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TOLL GATE IN BANGALORE. ONE COUPLE BOTH SENIOR CITIZENS WERE HURT AND RUSHED TO BAPTIST HOSPITAL. FOR BOTH CT SCANNING AND OTHER TESTS WERE DONE IN GOLDEN HOUR AND AFTER TREATMENT THEY WERE DISCHARGED AT AROUND 2AM AND THE TOTAL BILL FOR THE TREATMENT WAS 15890/-. IF GOVT HAVE STARTED Mukhyamantri Santwana Harish Yojana WHY THE HOSPITAL DID NOT INFORM THE PATIENTS AND CHARGED SO MUCH MONEY.
    PLEASE PROPAGATE IMPORTANT SCHEMES LIKE Mukhyamantri Santwana Harish Yojana FOR THE BENEFIT OF PEOPLES.

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  2. This noble scheme is not known to many dependant of innocent road accident victims. The Private Hospitals and Nursing Homes do not educate or display posters at the Casualty where the patient is admitted for emergency treatment.
    on 17th Jan 2017, Tuesday at around 9-22 PM, while a senior citizen of around 70 years while crossing Kantharaj Urs Road sustained head injury & suffered bleeding. He was hit & escaped by Two wheeler. On lookers admitted the victim to near by “Ashwini Nursing Home”. First aid arranged & advised for shifting to JSS General Hospital. Patient was treated in casualty and discharged around 2.00 Am after treating the wound & bruices. Rs 3900/ has been charged by the hospital towards scanning,other procedures,mlc formality charges & treatment during the “Golden Hour”. The victim is a BPL card holder and his son is an autorikshaw driver with meager income.Road Accident has been reported to Lakshmipuram Police Station and inquiry conducted. Wish the Hospital authorities & Government help the victim in getting back ( Reimburse) his expenses on treatment

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  3. In a Govt Hospital set up, How much of the sanctioned money goes to doctors and how much of it goes to Hospital. I was told that 70% money goes to The govt Hospitals and 30% to doctors,and nursing staff.

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  4. In a Government hospital set up, I was told that “30℅ of the money goes to the doctors and nursing staff, and 70℅ to the hospital.
    Is this true?

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