Cashless Network Hospital List 139 views January 24, 2022

National Insurance offers you a great opportunity for cashless treatment with its health insurance policy. In this, the company will pay your hospital bills directly and relieve you from this obligation. So, all you need to do is find a network hospital near you, visit and apply for cashless treatment by submitting your policy copy or health ID card. Afterward, the hospital will confirm the treatment with your insurer and upon approval, the same will begin. If you are in Lucknow, there are 12 such hospitals wherein you can get a cashless facility. Check out the National Insurance Network Hospital List in Lucknow on the page below.

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National Insurance Network Hospital List in Lucknow Wherein Cashless Treatment is Available

The following are the network hospitals where a cashless facility is available to the National Health Insurance insured member.

Hospital NameAddress
Eye Q Super Speciality Eye HospitalsB - 60, Sector - B, Aligan
Dr. Subodh Agarwal Memorial (Sam) Eye Hospital3C (A), Tilak Marg, (Off. Rana Pratap Marg), Hazratganj
Divya Jyoti Netralaya Pvt Ltd.125, Vishal Khand-2 Gomti Nagar
Eye Q Super Speciality Eye Hospitals39, Krishna Nagar - Kanpur Road, Vijay Nagar
Center For Neurosciences & Trauma20 / 154 Nr Sec - 25 Crossing, Indiranagar
Dr. Santosh Sawhney Hospital Pvt. Ltd.56 - Patel Nagar, Alambagh
Gupta HospitalVijai Nagar, Kanpur Road
Haramain Hospital Pvt. Ltd.37, Cantt Road
Ford Hospital (A Unit Of Nova Hospital)Vikas Khand - I, Patrakarpuram Crossing, Gomati Nagar
Chandra Mother & Eye Care Pvt. Ltd.4 / 43, Vivek Khand, Gomti Nagar
K. K. Hospital87 / 88, Nabiullah Road, River Bank Colony
Eye Q Super Speciality Eye Hospitals2025, E - Block, Rajajipuram
Jwala HospitalD - 2226, Indira Nagar, Munshi Pulia, Ring Road
Javitri Test Tube Baby Center Pvt LtdRaibareli Road, Telibagh
Mahanagar Nursing HomeB-939, Sector A, Gole Market, Mandir Marg, Mahanagar

How to Get Cashless Treatment at National Insurance Network Hospital?

You can get cashless treatment by calling the Third Party Administrator (TPA), which is an intermediary between you and the insurance company. To do the same, notify the TPA 72 hours before the planned admission and within 24 hours of emergency admission to get a cashless claim. After intimating, go through the following –

  • Provide the name and address of the hospital, the condition you’re suffering from, and other details
  • After that, the hospital will send a duly filled pre-authorization request to the TPA
  • When the claim is approved, you can get treatment at the network hospital

What to do if the Network Hospital isn’t Nearby?

In this case, you can have treatment at a non-network hospital by paying the required amount for the same. Upon discharge from the particular hospital, collect the documents related to the same and file a reimbursement claim by following the below steps –

  • Intimate the TPA about the claim via mail or fax within 72 hours of emergency hospitalization and 72 hours before a planned admission.
  • Submit the discharge summary, investigation report and other relevant documents (Claim form – Part A & Part B) to the TPA within 15 days from the date of your discharge
  • After getting approval of the claim, the amount will come to your bank account

What Do You Need for a Reimbursement Claim?

You need to submit the following documents while filing a reimbursement claim –

  • A duly filled claim form (Part A & Part B)
  • Attending medical practitioner’s certificate regarding diagnosis and bill receipts etc.
  • Prescriptions of the attending medical practitioner
  • Original payment receipt, investigation test reports, etc.
  • Surgeon’s original certificate showing the diagnosis and nature of operation performed besides bills/receipts etc.
  • Original cash-memo from the hospital (s)/chemist (s) supported by proper prescription
  • Original bills, payment receipts, medical history of the patient recorded, discharge certificate/ summary from the hospital, etc.

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