Haryana to set up Imaging Diagnostic Facility through PPP mode
With a view to providing access to high quality advanced diagnostic facilities at an affordable price to the people, the Haryana Health Department has decided to develop new Imaging Diagnostic Facility in identified state run hospitals through Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode.
Stating this today, Haryana Chief Parliamentary Secretary Ram Kishan Fouji said that in the initial phase MRI and CT-Scan facilities would be provided at general hospitals of Faridabad, Hisar, Kaithal, Sonepat and Narnaul.
While MRI facility would be provided at General Hospital, Panchkula, the facility of CT-Scan would be available at General Hospital, Gurgaon.
He said that proposals in this regard had been invited from private providers with specified criteria for developing diagnostic centres.
He said that a single stage two envelopes bidding process would be adopted for development of this project. The interested bidders would submit two envelopes comprising two bids namely the Technical Bid comprising the experience and financial credibility and Financial Bid comprising the rates being offered.
He said the selective private partner would set up advanced diagnostic imaging facilities in all identified hospitals. The provider would deliver affordable services to the patients at pre-determined rates on the basis of upper limit of rates set by the department.