How to Get Sehat Insaf Card

How to Get Sehat Insaf Card

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government has fulfilled another promise by expanding Sehat Sahulat programme for all residents of the province. On Thursday, PM Imran Khan announced that the KP government will provide health insurance to every family of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa under the Sehat Sahulat programme. This article is all about how to get Sehat Insaf Card.

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Health Insurance for all

Sehat Sahulat Programme

Before the expansion of this programme, only 40% of the entire province’s population could avail the Sehat Insaf Card. Now, every family that dwells in KPK, shall be able to get free medical treatment of up to Rs. 1 million per year. Both public and private hospitals designated by the KP government will provide free treatment to all the residents of the province.

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According to the agreement signed between the KP government and State Life Insurance Corporation, the provincial government will pay Rs. 2849 per family annually to State Life Insurance.

All the residents of Chitral, Swat, Malakand district, Lower dir and Upper dir will start to receive free healthcare services from October regardless of their financial status. The free health coverage will be extended zone by zone. We have attached an image that contains the details regarding the launch date of Sehat Sahulat programme services in your district.

How to Get Sehat Insaf Card

Sehat Sahulat Programme Benefits

Under the programme, all the beneficiaries will be entitled to free-of-cost hospitalization, emergency services, in-patient services (all medical and surgical cases), injuries, referral transportation, maternity services, free follow-ups and consultancy.

In addition to these healthcare services, some major diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes Kidney diseases etc. services will also be covered under this health insurance. For more insurance coverage details, you can refer to the image given below.

How to Get Sehat Insaf Card

How to Get Sehat Insaf Card

The great thing about this programme is that the resident of KP province won’t need any special card or complete a registration procedure to avail this service. People can avail the aforementioned services via their CNIC.

health insurance for all KPK

The government will use the NADRA database to collect all the information regarding you and your family members. However, you must have NADRA issued Family Registration Certificate (FRC) if you want to avail these free healthcare services.

You can also check your eligibility for this programme by following the instruction given below.

How to Get Sehat Insaf Card

  • Enter your CNIC number and click on “search health card”.

How to Get Sehat Insaf Card

  • A message with your eligibility status will appear on the screen.

How to Avail the Sehat Sahulat Service

Earlier, the provincial government issued the Sehat Insaf cards to the underprivileged citizens of the province. But now, all the citizens of the whole province can avail these through their valid CNIC. However, people who have Sehat Insaf card can use the card at any empanelled hospital. To avail the services, simply follow the given instructions.

  • Go to any empanelled hospital.
  • After reaching the hospital, go to the dedicated SSP counter in the hospital.
  • Give your CNIC card to the representative. The staff will verify your details and will guide to the relevant department of the hospital.

How to Get Sehat Insaf Card

Note: You can call Sehat Sahulat programme’s toll free number (0800-89898) to get any information or to provide feedback regarding the programme.

Addressing the ceremony, PM Imran Khan has urged the provincial government to issue health cards to every citizen so that a proper database can be maintained and pilferage can be avoided.

There you have it! This is all about how to get Sehat Insaf card. If you have any questions regarding the programme, then let us know in comments and keep following this space for more information regarding the Sehat Sahulat Programme.


Written by Umer Zahid