Naval veterans in Pune have access to a number of medical facilities. These include ECHS Polyclinics and excellent military hospitals. Brief details of these facilities are placed below.
Service eHealth And Teleconsultation (SeHAT) OPD is a free online medical teleconsultation service, which is available to all entitled personnel of the three Services. It provides video-based clinical consultations between a doctor in a hospital and an entitled patient in the confines of his or her home.
Pune has three main military hospitals – the Command Hospital (CH), AICTS (formerly known as MH CTC), and MH, Kirkee. In addition, the Armed Forces Medical College is opposite the old Command Hospital location.
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Free Eye care and Renal Care for Servicemen, ESM, Veer Naris and Dependents
An MoU has been signed between HQ MG & G Area and SSFA&SS (Shri Sanmukhananda Fine Arts and Sangeetha Sabha) in Mumbai for providing medical treatment of the eyes and dialysis at their health care centre to all serving as well as ex-Servicemen from all over India. Eye treatment and dialysis are both free of cost. A certificate has to be obtained from the Veterans’ Branch at HQ MG & G Area for availing of any of the facilities. Any person willing to avail of this facility may contact Veterans Branch, HQ MG & G Area at 1800224055 from 0800 to 1600 hrs on all working days or send an email at [email protected].