The Nepal government launched its public health insurance plan in the 2016-17 fiscal year. According to this scheme, a household is considered as a unit and has to pay a premium of USD $113 every year to get the services worth up to USD $348. The government will compensate for households that are unable to pay for the premium. This public health insurance scheme provides coverage to services, such as nutrition, psychological counseling, vaccination, family planning, safe motherhood, OPD and emergency services, medications, and preventive services including ambulance.
However, as of 2018, it is yet to cover 38 of the 77 districts in the country. Given that the public has shown little interest in health insurance policies, the government plans to make it mandatory for more government staff and migrant workers.
This Facility can be obtain from MSM hospital from sunday to friday during office hour .