Central government employees, pensioners, and their dependents enrolled under the scheme can take Ayurvedic treatment and services for their healthcare needs at Jivagram
Jivagram, a holistic centre for well-being by Jiva Ayurveda has become the first CGHS (Central Government Health Scheme) empanelled NABH accredited AYUSH Hospital in Haryana.
CGHS is a healthcare facility scheme for the existing and former employees of the Central Government of India run by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. With this empanelment, the central government employees, pensioners, and their dependents enrolled under the scheme can take Ayurvedic treatment and services for their healthcare needs at Jivagram.
Ayurvedic practices such as Panchakarma (shodhana) therapies, yoga and meditation, raag chikitsa, reflexology, mudra therapy, naturopathy, Ayurvedic cooking classes, herbs and various diet and lifestyle activities are offered as part of the treatment protocols.
Dr Partap Chauhan, Director, Jiva Ayurveda said, ‘’The highlight of Jivagram is that it engages the individuals in a unique healing experience while restoring their health amidst nature. Be it therapies, healing activities or meals, everything is minutely designed to address not just symptoms but also the root cause of the ailment, both physical and psychological.’’