ESI Corporation to set up 23 hospitals across India

The hospitals will have 100 beds each 

ESI Corporation has decided to set up 23 new 100-bedded hospitals across the country. Six hospitals in Maharashtra at Palghar, Satara, Pen, Jalgaon, Chakan and Panvel; four hospitals in Haryana at Hissar, Sonepat, Ambala and Rohtak; two hospitals each in the state of Tamil Nadu (at Chengalpattu and Erode), Uttar Pradesh (Moradabad and Gorakhpur) and Karnataka (Tumkur and Udupi), one ESI hospital each in the state of Andhra Pradesh (Nellore), Chhatisgarh (Bilaspur), Goa (Mulgaon Goa), Gujarat (Sanad), Madhya Pradesh (Jabalpur), Odisha (Jharsuguda) and West Bengal (Kharagpur)will be set-up by ESIC.


Besides these Hospitals, five doctors’ dispensaries at 62 places will also be opened. 48 dispensaries in Maharashtra, 12 dispensaries in Delhi and 2 dispensaries in Haryana will be opened. These hospitals and dispensaries will ensure the delivery of quality medical care service to the insured workers and their dependents in the close vicinity of their residence and will also enhance clientele satisfaction.

ESIC is going to start Certificate Courses in 10 disciplines in three of its Medical Colleges at Faridabad, Sanathnagar (Hyderabad) and KKNagar (Chennai) for Health Care Link Workers, as a pilot project.

Union Labour Minister, Bhupendra Yadav who is also the Chairman of ESI Corporation informed that 6400 vacancies for different posts have been advertised by ESIC in the last eight months which includes more than 2000 Doctors/Teaching faculty.

Two Cath Labs at ESIC Medical College & Hospital at Sanathnagar, Telangana and Alwar, Rajasthan will be established. One Cath Lab is functional at ESIC Medical College & Hospital in Faridabad, Haryana.

ESIC has plans to set up a new 100-bedded ESI Hospital at Ernakulam, Kerala. This hospital will be equipped with all the modern health care facilities as per ESIC Norms. The multi-story Hospital will also house sub-regional office, Ernakulum.

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