Dear HR professionals, I was IP in ESI and have quit the job in November 2017, however i'm not existing member of ESI pls tell me still can I get treatment from ESI hospitals or not if yes how long.
6th January 2018 From India, Agra
Medical Benefit to Retired Insured Persons and Permanent Disabled Insured Persons:-
On payment of Rs.10/- P.M. in lump sum for one year in advance, Medical Benefit can be provided (under Section 56 of the Act) to:
An Insured Person and his or her spouse who leaves insurable employment on attaining the age of superannuation after being insured for not less than five years, till the period for which contribution is paid.
An Insured Person and his/her spouse who ceases to be in insurable employment on account of permanent disablement due to employment injury shall be entitled to medical benefit.
6th January 2018
If you have paid your contribution from APR-17 to Sep-17, and Oct+Nov 17, then you are supposed to get medical treatment and Sickness Benefit during your benefit period. i.e. From Jan18 to Jun 18 and Jul+Aug 18.
Now a days everything is online. You can check your entitlement of benefits from esic IP Portal. Put your IP number as user id. No password.
If you are superannuated, then follow the procedure mentioned by Mr. Manoj
7th January 2018 From India, Bhubaneswar
As per ESI the benefit period is calculate quarterly basis. As per your case your contribution for the period from APR-17 to Sep-17 is there, so against which you will eligible to get benefit till Jun 18. If the subsequent contribution would have been made up to Nov 17 then you may either get benefit futher period propotionately.
8th January 2018 From India, Mumbai
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