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How to avail Delhi government’s free medical tests facility?

How to avail Delhi government’s free medical tests facility?

The Aam Aadmi Party’s AAP government made education and health its top priorities, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal launched several schemes to provide free medicines, diagnostics and various life-saving surgeries through a three-tier network of Mohalla Clinics, Polyclinics and Hospitals.

The Mohalla Clinics, which function as primary health care centers, do not charge fees and have been established in 158 locations throughout the city, each with a doctor, pharmacist and clinical assistant and are located in portable cabins or rented premises.

These clinics now provide primary health care to previously underserved communities. Diagnosis, medications and tests are free at Mohalla Clinics. But success brings with it some problems, such as the sheer number of patients who visit the clinic to take advantage of free treatment, numbers that the clinics probably never anticipated or were designed for. According to available figures, at least 200 to 300 people visit these clinics daily, located near low-income neighbourhoods. (Delhi free medical tests)

The Delhi government’s scheme to provide free radiological and other high-end tests at private centers has exploded in popularity, with the number of people taking advantage of the benefits doubling in the last five years. There were 1.04 lakh people who underwent tests such as MRI and PET scan under the scheme in 2021, according to data shared by the Delhi government in response to an RTI request submitted by The Indian Express.

A notice for subcontracting laboratory services stated: “The authorities will decide the times for taking samples of blood, urine, feces, etc. from time to time to meet clinical requirements, service level specifications (waiting time) in the interest of patients Times may be modified (depending on OPD times) for all health facilities or for individual health facilities” . (Delhi free medical tests)

“All samples will be transported in accordance with the standard operating procedures approved by the authorities. Applicable national regulations for the transport of infectious and other diagnostic samples must be followed so that, in the event of an accident, courier personnel and the general public are not exposed to blood and body fluids,” the notice added.

Mohalla Clinics are neighborhood clinics established by the Delhi government in 158 locations across the city at extremely low cost, providing high-quality primary health care to previously underserved communities. Diagnosis, medications and tests are provided free of charge at Mohalla Clinics. Mohalla Clinics are set up in portable cabins or rented properties.

  • Aam Aadmi Mohalla Clinics at Porta Cabins
  • Aam Aadmi Mohalla clinics in rented premises

Here is a list of Delhi free medical tests at mohalla clinics:

1. Urine routine- pH, specific gravity, sugar, protein, and microscopy

2. Urine Nicroalbimin

3. Stool routine

4. Stool occult blood

5. Haemoglobin (Hb)

6. Total Leucocytic Count (TLC)

7. Differential Leucocytic Count (DLC)

8. E.S.R.

9. Total Red Cell count with MCV, MCH, MCHC, DRW

10. Complete haemoglobin/CBC, Hb, RBC count and indices, TLC, DLC, Platelet, ESR, Peripheral smear examination

11. Platelet count

12. Reticulocyte count

13. Absolute Eosinophil count

14. Packed Cell Volume

15. Peripheral Smear examination

16. Smear for Malaria parasite

17. Bleeding time

18. Osmotic fragility test

19. Bone marrow smear examination

20. Bone marrow smear examination with iron stain

21. Bone marrow smear examination and cytochemistry

22. Activated partial Thromboplastin Time (APTT)

23. Rapid test for Malaria (card test)

24. WBC cytochemistry for leukemia – complete panel

25. Bleeding disorder panel- PT, APTT, Thrombin Time Fibrinogen, D-Dimer/FDP

26. Factor Assays- Factor IX

27. Platelet Function Test

28. Tests for hypercoagulable states- Protein C, Protein S, Antithrombin

29. Tests for lupus anticoagulant

30. Tests for Antiphospholipid antibody IgG, IgM (for cardiolipin and B2 Glycoprotein)

31. Thalassemia studies (Red Cell indices and Hb HPLC)

32. Tests for Sickling/Hb HPLC

33. Blood group and Rh type

34. Cross match

35. Coomb’s Test (direct)

36. Coomb’s Test (indirect)

37. 3 cell panel- antibody screening for pregnant females

38. 11 cells panel for antibody identification

39. HBs Ag

40. HCV

41. HIV I and II

42. VDRL

43. Rh Antibody titer

44. Platelet concentrate

45. Random Donor Platelet (RDP)

46. Single Donor Platelet (SDP- Aphresis)

47. Routine- H & E

48. Special stain

49. Paraffin section

50. Parraffin section

51. Pap smear

52. Body fluid for malignant cells

53. FNAC

54. FISH

55. Blood Glucose Random

56. 24 hours urine for proteins, sodium, creatinine

57. Blood Urea Nitrogen

58. Serum Creatinine

59. Urine Bile Pigment and Salt

60. Urine Urobilinogen

61. Urine Ketones

62. Urine Occult Blood

63. Urine total proteins

64. Rheumatoid Factor test

65. Bence Jones protein

66. Serum Uric Acid

67. Serum Bilirubin total & direct

68. Serum Iron

69. CRP

70. CRP Quantitative

71. Body Fluid (CSF/Ascitic Fluid etc.) Sugar, Protein, etc.

72. Albumin

73. Creatinine Clearance

74. Serum cholesterol

75. Total Iron Binding Capacity

76. Glucose (fasting & PP)

77. Serum Calcium – Total

78. Serum Calcium – Ionic

79. Serum Phosphorus

80. Total Protein Alb/Glo Ratio

81. IgG

82. IgM

83. IgA

84. ANA

85. Ds DNA

86. SGPT

87. SGOT

88. Serum amylase

89. Serum Lipase

90. Serum Lactate

91. Serum Magnesium

92. Serum Sodium

93. Serum Potassium

94. Serum Ammonia

95. Anemia Profile

96. Serum Testosterone

97. Imprint Smear From Endoscopy

98. Triglyceride

99. Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT)

100. CPK

101. Foetal Haemoglobin (HbF)

102. Prothrombin Time (PT)

103. L>D>H>

104. Alkaline Phosphatase

105. Acid Phosphatase

106. CK MB

107. CK MB Mass

108. Troponin I

109. Troponin T

110. Glucose Phosphate Dehydrogenase (G, ^PD)

111. Lithium

112. Dilantin (phenytoin)


114. Valproic acid


116. Blood gas analysis

117. Blood gas analysis with electrolytes

118. Urine pregnancy test

119. Tests for Antiphospholipid antibodies syndrome

120. Hb A1 C

121. Hb Electrophoresis/ Hb HPLC

122. Kidney Function Test

123. Liver Function Test

124. Lipid Profile (total cholesterol, LDL, HDL, treiglycerides)

125. Serum iron

126. Total Iron Binding Capacity

127. Serum Ferritin

128. Vitamin B12 assay

129. Folic Acid Assay

130. Extended Lipid Profile (total cholesterol, LDL, HDL, treiglycerides, Apo A1, Apo B, Lp(a))

131.Apo A1

132. Apo B

133. Lp (a)

134. CD 3, 4 and 8 counts

135. CD 3, 4 and 8 percentage

136. LDL

137. Homocysteine

138. HB Electrophoresis

139. Serum Electrophoresis

140. Fibrinogen

141. Chloride

142. Magneisum

143. GGTP

144. Lipase

145. Fructosamine

146. Β2 microglobulin

147. Creatinine clearance

148. PSA- Total

149. PSA- Free

150. AFP


152. CA 125

153. CA 15.3

154. Vinyl Mandelic Acid

155. Calcitonin

156. Carcioembryonic antigen (CEA)

157. Immunofluorescnence

158. Direct (Skin and kidney disease)

159. Indirect (antids DNA Anti Smith ANCA)

160. VitD3 assay

161. Serum Protein electrophoresis with immunofixation electrophoresis (IFE)

162. BETA-2 Microglobulin assay

163. Anti-cycliocitrullinated peptide (Anti CCP)

164. Anti-tissue transglutaminase antibody

165. Serum Erythropoetin

166. ACTH

167. T3, T4, TSH

168. T3

169. T4

170. TSH

171. LH

172. FSH

173. Prolactin

174. Cortisol

175. PTH (Paratharmone)

176. C-Peptide

177. Insulin

178. Progesterone

179. 17-DH Progesterone

180. DHEAS

181. Androstenedione

182. Growth Hormone

183. TPO

184. Throglobulin

185. Hydatic Serology

186. Anti-Sperm Antibodies

187. HPV serology

188. Rota Virum serology

189. PCR for HIV

190. Chlamydae antibody

191. Brucella serology

192. Urinary copper

193. Serum homocystine

194. Serum valproatelevel

195. Serum phenol barbitone level

196. Coagulation profile

197. Serum lactate level

198. Basic studies including cell count, protein, sugar, gram stain, India Ink, preparation and smear for AFP

199. Bacterial culture and sensitivity

200. Fungal culture

201. Malignant cells

202. Viral culture

203. Lactate

204. Osmolality urine

205. Osmolality serum

206. Urinary serum

207. Urinary sodium

208. Urinary chloride

209. Urinary potassium

210. Urinary calcium

211. Thyroid binding globulin

212. 24-hour urinary free cortisol

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