Exemption from GST — The Applicant is providing health care services to both out-patients and in-patients. In-Patients are those who are admitted in to the hospital for their diagnosis and treatments. The in-patients are provided with the facilities like stay inside the hospital rooms, diagnosis services, treatments including surgical treatments, post-surgery treatments, medicines, consumables, implants, dietary food etc., The Applicant sought Advance Ruling whether the medicines, consumables and implants used in the course of providing health care services to in-patients for diagnosis or treatment would be considered as “Composite Supply” and accordingly eligible for exemption under the category “HEALTH CARE SERVICES”? The Authority ruled out that the medicines, consumables and implants used in the course of providing health care services to in-patients by the applicant is a composite supply of Inpatient Services classifiable under SAC 999311 and exempt from GST.
— Shifa Hospitals, In Re…  16 TAXLOK.COM 166 (AAR-Tamil Nadu)