The Sylhet M.A.G Osmani Medical College Hospital is situated in the north-west side of Sylhet City This Hospital is evolved as Institute Hospital in the year 1936 and noted as Medical School in 1948. After that it was converted as Sylhet Medical college Hospital in the year 1962 in the previous site. It was shifted to its present location in the year 1978. In 1986 this hospital was renamed as Sylhet M A.G Osmani Medical College Hospital in the name of renowned freedom fighter Bangobir and chief of Armed Forces during liberation war General (Rtd ) MAG. Osmani, who was born in this holy place.
Sylhet M.A.G. Osmani Medical College Hospital is the only tertiary level Government hospital in Sylhet division. About 10 million people are dependant on it for health care. In addition to outdoor and indoor services it provides training to the doctors, students, nurses and paramedics. Post graduate training for senior doctors are also being provided. In addition, research on various medical fields are also carried out in this teaching hospital. Though the manpower, physical facilities etc. are available only for 500 patients, the hospital has been upgraded to 900 bed recently in the year 2003, but about 1200 patients remain admitted. Average bed occupancy rate goes up more than 110%. In spite of budgetary constrain, shortage of manpower and other associated difficulties all the doctors, Nurses and staff exert their maximum to render best possible health care services to the people.
Sunday, May 9, 2010
Posted by Munna Talukder at 12:28 PM
Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College and Hospital is a public medical college in Sher-e-Bangla Nagor, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The government set up the college to spread medical knowledge and to produce more efficient doctors for the country. The college is surrounded by many other specialized hospitals, such as the National Institute of Cardiac and Vascular Disease, the National Eye Hospital, the National Kidney Institute and the National Mental Hospital.
There are about 500 students with a staff of 2000.
After a long period of consideration, the Bangladeshi government decided on 5 September, 2005 to turn Shaheed Suhrawardy Hospital into a medical college. Educational activities in the college began on the 6th May, 2006 as Begum Khaleda Zia Medical College, and had 100 students. However, on the 1st July, 2009, the name of the medical college was changed to Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College.
Posted by Munna Talukder at 12:14 PM
The Lions Eye Institute in Perth, Western Australia, is the largest eye research institute in the southern hemisphere. It is now in agargaon, dhaka near the IDB.
Each year LEI provides specialist clinical services to 50,000 patients from throughout Australia and the world. Our internationally renowned surgeons perform around 3,000 complex eye operations annually. Ophthalmologists abroad seek specialty medical training at LEI and return to their region with a higher level of skill.
Since 1983 the Lions Eye Institute has supported community services aimed at early detection and prevention of blinding eye disease.
Posted by Munna Talukder at 12:09 PM
The College has numbers of modern multistoried building in own picturesque campus, which accommodates all the departments required for MBBS course. There are adequate amenities for lecture, tutorial and practical classes of various subjects. Besides, there is provision for accommodations of seminar, symposium and other activities. The college has a good auditorium and a centrally air-conditioned modern auditorium is under construction with the capacity of 1200 audience.
Posted by Munna Talukder at 11:56 AM
LOCATION AND COMMUNICATION
Jalalabad Ragib-Rabeya Medical College, Sylhet is situated in divisional headquarter of Sylhet Division and located at Ragib-Rabeya Medical College Road, Pathantula, Sylhet, Bangladesh. Jalalabad Ragib-Rabeya Medical College, Sylhet which is about 225 km from Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Sylhet is the land of saints and sufis and may be termed as the spiritual centre of Bangladesh. It is surrounded by lush tea gardens, hills and valleys in a picturesque landscape. It has an excellent rail, road, air and river communications linking with capital City Dhaka as well as Port City Chittagong. It takes only 22 minutes by air from Dhaka to Sylhet and 41/2 hours by road.
Posted by Munna Talukder at 11:54 AM
Jahurul Islam Medical College, the Hospital and the Nurse Training Institute have been established under the Aftab–Rahima Welfare Trust as a conglomerate offering medical education & research, hospital care as well as training in nursing services. The complex is situated in Bhagalpur village of Bajitpur thana of Kishoregonj district. The great philanthropist of this area Late Mr. Jahurul Islam is the founder of these organizations in his native land.
Bhagalpur – Bajitpur is about 110 km north – east of Dhaka city. It is connected by Egaro Shindur Express train and has excellent road connection with the Capital. In either way, Bhagalpur can be reached within three hours only.
In the first phase in 1989, a 250 bed hospital was put into service. It is equipped with most modern instruments and facilities, offering round the clock services including emergencies, for indoor as well as outdoor patients. At present there are 390 beds covering all the departments of a general tertiary level teaching hospital. In its final and ultimate phase of completion, the Hospital will have 500 beds to provide management and services of all aspects of medical, surgical or emergency requirements.
Because of its own uniqueness, Bhagalpur and its rural settings provide an ideal location for establishing the Medical College. With a large hospital, abundantly equipped with modern tools, excellent infrastructure and institutional facilities, a Medical College of high national standard became a natural consequence. Eventually, 26th August 1992 saw the birth of Jahurul Islam Medical College as fully residential institution.
The College at present is entirely self contained with own buildings housing all departments, laboratories, library, museums, dissection hall, lecture theaters, cafeteria, hostels for students of either sex, accommodation facilities for teachers etc. Indeed, the idyll serenity of the campus and the beautifully landscaped terrain provide a pollution free congenial environment for modern method of teaching and learning. The College is affiliated and approved institution of Dhaka University, Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council (BMDC) and recognized by World Health Organization (WHO).
The Nursing Training Institute was set-up in 1989 to ensure availability of trained professional nurses for the hospital as well as the country .The Institute has the approval of Bangladesh Nursing Council and the Directorate of Nurses Services (DNS).
Posted by Munna Talukder at 11:34 AM
Islamia Eye Hospital is an eye health facility offering comprehensive eye care and treatment in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Founded in October 1960 by renowned philanthropist and businessman, M A. Ispahani, Islamia is committed to providing affordable and high-quality services to its patients. Islamia offers services in the following areas:
Comprehensive Patient Care
Sight Enhancement and Rehabilitation
Community eye health
The hospital's charter aims at providing free and subsided services to the economically disadvantaged. Many who otherwise cannot afford eye care receive care from some of the best eye health professionals.
Posted by Munna Talukder at 11:25 AM