Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 

LOK SABHA 
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 2042 
TO BE ANSWERED ON 21ST DECEMBER, 2018 

PRADHAN MANTRI SWASTHYA SURAKSHA YOJANA
2042. SHRI SATAV RAJEEV
         DR. HEENA VIJAYKUMAR GAVIT
         SHRI DHANANJAY MAHADIK
         SHRIMATI SUPRIYA SULE: 
         SHRI MOHITE PATIL VIJAYSINH SHANKARRAO
         DR. J. JAYAVARDHAN
         SHRI P.R. SUNDARAM
         DR. KIRIT P. SOLANKI: 

Will the Minister of HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE be pleased to state: 
  • (a) the salient features of the scheme and the current status of implementation of Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) in the country along with the total funds allocated under the scheme in the current and previous financial year, State/UT-wise; 
  • (b) the State-wise details of the works undertaken under PMSSY, including in the State of Gujarat; 
  • (c) whether the Government has conducted any assessment regarding works and performance of the PMSSY during the last four years, if so, the details thereof, if not, the reasons therefor; 
  • (d) whether the Government has developed a central monitoring system to implement its schemes properly and if so, the details thereof; 
  • (e) the details of the steps taken/being taken by the Government to enhance availability of affordable and reliable tertiary medical care services in the country, year-wise since 2014, State/UT-wise; 
  • (f) the details of the percentage of healthcare budget spent on augmenting tertiary/medical care services, year-wise since 2014, State/UT-wise; and 
  • (g) the percentage of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) spent on healthcare in total and tertiary healthcare in particular, year wise since 2014, State/UT-wise? 
 SWASTHYA+SURAKSHA+YOJANA
ANSWER 
THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF 
HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 
(SHRI ASHWINI KUMAR CHOUBEY) 

(a) & (b): Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) aims at correcting the regional imbalances in the availability of affordable healthcare facilities in the different parts of the country in general, and augmenting facilities for quality medical education in the under-served States in particular. PMSSY, a Central Sector Scheme, has two components – 
  • (i) Setting up of AIIMS-like institutions; and 
  • (ii) Up-gradation of existing State Government Medical College/Institutions 
PMSSY has been approved with a total outlay of Rs. 14,832 crore: 
(Rs. In Crore)
Year Capital cost Recurring costs Total
2017-18 2610
979
3589
2018-19 5975
220
6195
2019-20 4698
350
5048
Total 13,283
1549
14,832
State wise list of AIIMS and Govt. Medical Colleges being upgraded is given in Annexure - I 
  • (c)  Indian Institute of Public Administration has been given the task for evaluation of the PMSSY scheme. 
  • (d)  A Web based Dashboard to monitor progress of all PMSSY projects has been developed. The dashboard is available to all senior officers in the Ministry as well as to Hon'ble HFM and also in PMO. 
  • (e)  Under PMSSY scheme, 21 new AIIMS are being set up and 73 Government Medical Colleges are being upgraded to enhance availability of affordable and reliable tertiary medical care services in the country. List at annexure – I 
  • (f) & (g): 
Healthcare Budget is as follows: 
  • 2013-14 - Rs. 1.39 lakh crore 
  • 2014-15 - Rs. 1.49 lakh crore 
  • 2015-16 - Rs. 1.52 lakh crore 
  • 2016-17 (RE) - Rs. 2.26 lakh crore 
  • 2017-18 (BE) - Rs. 2.25 lakh crore 
Health Expenditure to total expenditure is as follows: 2013-14 - 4.6% 
  • 2014-15 - 4.5% 
  • 2015-16 - 4.5% 
  • 2016-17 (RE) - 5.6% 
  • 2017-18 (BE) - 5.1% 
Health Expenditure as percentage to GDP is as follows: 2013-14 - 1.2% 
  • 2014-15 - 1.2% 
  • 2015-16 - 1.1% 
  • 2016-17(RE) - 1.5% 
  • 2017-18 (BE) - 1.4% 
Health Expenditure across 20 States can be seen at Annexure-II. 

STATE- WI SE LI ST OF PMSSY PROJECTS 
Annexure-I 

Sl.

State

New AI I MS
UPGRADATI ON OF STATE GOVT. MEDI CAL COLLEGES / HOSPI TALS
Phase I Phase I I Phase I I I Phase I V Phase V( A)

1
Andhra Pradesh AIIMS Mangalapuri
( Ph- I V)
SVIMS,
Tirupati
SMC,Vijayawada GMC, Anantpur

2

Assam
AIIMS Guwahati
( Ph- V)
GMC, Guwahati AMC, Dibrugarh



3



Bihar


AIIMS Patna (Ph-I)
AIIMS Declared
( Ph- V)


SMC, Muzaffarapur GMC, Darbhanga
PMCH, Patna

GMC,
Bhagalpur

GMC, Gaya

4

Chhattisgarh

AIIMS, Raipur (Ph- I)
GMC, Bilaspur,

GMC Jagdalpur
5
Goa GMC, Panaji


6


Gujarat

AIIMS,
Gujarat( Ph- VI )

BJMC,
Ahmedabad


GMC, Rajkot
GMC, Surat

GMC,
Bhavnagar

7

Haryana
PDSIMS,
Rohtak

8

Him. Pradesh
AIIMS, Bilaspur
( Ph- V)
GMC
Tanda

I.G. GMC, Shimla


9

Jammu & Kashmir
AIIMS, Jammu
( Ph- V)
AIIMS, Kashmir
( Ph- V)
GMC,
Jammu GMC,
Kashmir


1 0


Jharkhand

AIIMS,
Deoghar( Ph- VI )

RIMS,
Ranchi


PMC, Dhanbad

1 1

Karnataka
BMC,
Bangalore
VMC, Bellary KIMS, Hubli

1 2

Kerala
MC,
Thiruvanant hapuram
MC, Kozhikode TDMC, Alappuzha
SCTIMST,
Trivandrum


1 3

Madhya Pradesh

AIIMS, Bhopal (Ph- I)
GMC, Rewa NSCB, MC,
Jabalpur GRMC,, Gwalior


GMC, Indore


1 4


Maharashtra


AIIMS, Nagpur
( Ph- I V)

Grants, MC
+ JJ
Hospitals


GMC,
Nagpur
GMC, Aurangabad GMC, Latur
GMC, Akola SVK, GMC,
Yavatmal.

1 5

Odisha ( Orissa)
AIIMS,
Bhubaneshwar (Ph-I)
MKCG MC,
Behrampur VSS MC, Burla

GMC, Cuttack

1 6

Punjab
AIIMS, Bhatinda
( Ph- V)
GMC,
Amritsar

GMC, Patiala

1 7

Rajasthan

AIIMS, Jodhpur (Ph-I)
SP MC, Bikaner RNT MC, Udaipur GMC, Kota
GMC, Jaipur

1 8

Tamil Nadu
AIIMS Declared
( Ph- V)

GMC, Salem
GMC,
Madurai
TMC, Thanjavur TMC, Tirunelveli

1 9

Telangana
AIIMS Telangana
( Phase- VI I )
NIMS,
Hyderabad
R.G. IMS, Adilabad KMC, Warangal
2 0 Tripura AMC, Agartala


2 1


Uttar Pradesh
AIIMS, Rae Bareli (Ph-II)
AIIMS, Purvanchal
( Ph- I V)
S.G.PGIMS,
Lucknow IMS,
Varanasi

JNMC, AMU,
Aligarh
GMC, Jhansi GMC, Gorakhpur
MLN MC, Allahabad LLR MC, Meerut.
GMC, Agra GMC, Kanpur
IMS, BHU,
Varanasi

2 2

U t t ara k h a n d
AIIMS, Rishikesh (Ph-I)

2 3

West Bengal

AIIMS, Kalyani
( Ph- I V)

KMC,
Kolkata
BS MC, Bankura GMC, Malda NBMC, Darjeeling

2 4

Delhi
UCMS-GTB
Hospital
21 AI I MS
1 3
0 6
3 9
1 3
2
Total of 21 AI I MS and 73 State Govt. Medical Colleges / Hospitals under different phases of PMSSY  
                                                                                                                           Annexure- I I

2014-
15
2015-
16
Total Health Expenditure (THE) Government Health Expenditure (GHE) Total Health Expenditure (THE) Government Health Expenditure (GHE)
In Rs. Crore % GSDP In Rs. Crore % GSDP In Rs. Crore % GSDP In Rs. Crore % GSDP
Assam 6556 3.3 1927 1 7874 4 2992 1.5
Andhra Pradesh 23064 4.3 3551 0.7 26133 4.3 5814 1
Bihar 22317 6 3689 1 24901 6.5 4756 1.2
Chhattisgarh 8509 3.6 2376 1 9112 3.5 2871 1.1
Gujarat 18970 2.1 6446 0.7 20990 2 7808 0.8
Haryana 9878 2.2 2410 0.5 11015 2.3 3033 0.6
Himachal Pradesh 3183 3 1411 1.4 3448 3.1 1621 1.4
Jammu & Kashmir 4219 4.1 1461 1.4 4960 4.2 1993 1.7
Jharkhand 6813 3.1 1631 0.8 7889 3.4 2339 1
Karnataka 27995 3 6011 0.7 32083 3.2 8227 0.8
Kerala 23805 4.5 4229 0.8 25090 4.5 5694 1
Madhya Pradesh 18829 3.9 4799 1 20373 3.8 5662 1.1
Maharashtra 53122 3 9009 0.5 56806 2.8 13443 0.7
Odisha 15052 4.9 3233 1 16579 5 3354 1
Punjab 15138 4.1 2578 0.7 16234 4.1 3245 0.8
Rajasthan 21188 3.5 6511 1.1 23869 3.5 7980 1.2
Tamil Nadu 30761 2.8 7696 0.7 32975 2.8 9378 0.8
Uttar Pradesh 64256 6.2 12209 1.2 69036 6.2 14283 1.3
Uttarakhand 4233 2.6 1534 0.9 4299 2.4 1607 0.9
Telangana 11868 2.3 2650 0.5 13710 2.4 5148 0.9

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