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Sunday, May 9, 2010

Sylhet M.A.G. Osmani Medical College Hospital

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.

Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College and Hospital

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,[1] and had 100 students. However, on the 1st July, 2009, the name of the medical college was changed to Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College.

Lions Eye Hospital

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.

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.

Jalalabad Ragib-Rabeya Medical College

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.

Jahurul Islam Medical College

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).

Islamia Eye Hospital

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
Clinical research
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.

Gonoshasthaya Kendra Hospital

Gonoshasthaya Kendra Hospital and Village Health Program  
Health management is not an isolated problem of society in Bangladesh. Therefore, health care development relies on addressing other related problems. Gonoshasthaya Kendra strongly believes that in order to develop health care, services must be integrated with other development activities. Therefore, GK works to gradually incorporate the following programs into the activities of each health center: 
To develop people-oriented health management, and to make people aware of different health issues. 
To provide basic education, particularly to women and children of poor families.
To organize women, particularly from land-less populations, and to provide financial assistance to alleviate poverty. 
To make women aware and self-conscious of their rights and to encourage them to reach their full potential. 
To promote the mother language of Bangla, and the spirit of the Liberation War, establishing its importance in national life. 
To play an advocacy role for the well-being of poor people in Bangladesh and internationally.
To create social awareness about fundamentalist and communal violence, and to protect the interests of minority communities.
To undertake natural and man-made disaster-mitigation relief and rehabilitation programs and to conduct disaster preparedness programs. 
To be a self-reliant organization. 
Gonoshasthaya Kendra has continued to develop a program primarily focused on people-oriented health care service delivery, integrating programs in women's development, education, agriculture extension, poverty alleviation, and conservation of the environment in each of its operational areas. 
Gonoshasthaya Kendra has faced many challenges and even has lost lives in its effort to establish its objectives of sustainability. Three workers have lost their lives to people opposed to GK's work. 
GK has established the following health centers around Bangladesh: 
Gonoshasthaya Urban Hospital  
Rapid urbanization has created an urban health crisis, characterised by economic inequality, environmental destruction, and a lack of people-friendly investments in the rural areas. Densely-populated urban slums are inhabited by generations of rural people lacking physical security. Oftentimes, gangs harass these people and illicit drug use is epidemic. Many women and children are forced into prostitution. They can be arrested, beaten and murdered without enforcement by the legal system. Women and girls can be detained “for their own protection” and subjected to harassment and rape. Trauma from traffic and industrial accidents, and violence are major health problems in the urban areas. Clean water and sanitation services are still not available, leading to intestinal and vector diseases. Dhaka, the capital, has the worst air pollution in the world. In response to this urban health crisis, GK has instituted an urban health program with a fully-equipped modern hospital and 11 community sub-centers near major urban slums. 
The harsh realities of urban Dhaka, however, forced a change in GK's program policy. At one site, slum dwellers were evicted. At several other sites, the NGOs involved there were forced to discontinue working. Urban gangs, involved in protection rackets, selling drugs and other illicit activities, continuously harassed GK workers. It became clear that a change in approach was required. 
Therefore, beginning in April 1999, the urban program changed to mobile clinics providing primary and school health care. GK also provides health services for garment workers. The 150-bed hospital provides a wide range of medical services for patients covered by GK's income-based health insurance program and the general public.  
Primary Health Care and Paramedics  
The use of paramedics ensures the delivery of health services to poor people living in rural areas. In addition to providing health care, employing paramedics enables women to find new and satisfying employment opportunities.  
Mini Laparotomy  
Paramedics are also trained to perform surgical procedures that previously were only performed by doctors. Remarkably, their performance and infection control exceeds that of trained medical doctors. A full discussion and analysis of their performance was published in the leading medical journal, The Lancet .  
Health Insurance  
Gonoshasthaya Kendra introduced its Health Insurance Scheme to provide sustainable health care services. Insured persons or families pay for a health insurance subscription according to their socio-economic status; but all people get essential and appropriate health care. The Health Insurance Scheme classifies four different groups by reviewing the socio-economic status of the people living in project areas. Group A represents distressed women and poor people. Group B represents marginal farmers who face insufficiency and even starvation. Group C represents those who can afford to eat twice a day and have some surplus; and Group D represents those who do not have enough surplus but are sufficient.  
Reducing Maternal Mortality and Infant Mortality 
During the last three decades, GK has made significant improvements in its coverage of health services, especially in regards to reproductive health services and child health. In particular, GK has made noteworthy progress in achieving some of the Millennium Development Goals that are related to maternal and child health. The purpose of the two presentations on Maternal Mortality and Infant Mortality is to highlight these achievements and its underlying factors. These presentations use panel data to address the issue of reducing maternal mortality and infant mortality, and discuss the lessons learned by GK. This can be done by GK's own village level trained paramedics, as well as through improved birth weight, food security and overall reduction of poverty. 

Dhaka Community Hospital

Dhaka Community Hospital (DCH) is trust owned private, non-profit making and self financed organization providing health care for low-income underprivileged people. It was established in 1988. Since its inception in 1988, Dhaka Community Hospital has been experimenting an integrated and sustainable health care delivery system at an affordable cost both in the urban and rural area of Bangladesh. It has successfully introduced health insurance scheme in its project area.
The idea is to bring modern health care facilities to the less affluent section of the population at a cost which they can afford. It has successfully introduced health insurance scheme in its project areas. DCH has got primary health care centers in 24 places of Bangladesh. Primary and secondary level of health care is given at these centers. DCH has started a 75 bedded hospital situated in Dhaka. Its works as a referral center and provide mainly tertiary level health care. This center is also used for planning, development and for training. We ensure community participation in both decisions making, implementing and financing its programs.
Departments of Dhaka Community Hospital:
 Dermatology & Sex
 General Surgery
 Gynecology & Obstetrics
 Environmental Research
 Arsenic Lab
 EPI (Expanded Program for Immunization)
Typical fees for hospital-based service would be: medical officer consultation, Tk 10 for card holder, Tk 15 for non-cardholder, special consultation Tk. 200. Hospital bed per day Tk 50 general ward, cabin Tk 600, Cabin A/C Tk. 1000. Total costs for major surgery Tk. 6000-10,000; typical costs commercial hospital would be Tk. 20,000 – 30,000. 
Dhaka Community Hospital indoor department has 75 beds and an operation theatre complex. Besides, DCH runs the following health programs: 
Diagnostic Center
DCH run a modern diagnostic center where various examinations tested at nominal fee. The rate is lower by 30% to 40% that the same of other diagnostic centers at Dhaka. The following investigations are carried out through the diagnostic center: 
Ultra Sound
Testing Water for Arsenic Contamination
Bacteriological Test

Cholera hospital

In Bangladesh, the Centre is commonly known as “the cholera hospital”, but a local newspaper has recently drawn attention to the Centre’s research activities. In a major cover feature, illustrated with numerous colour photos, the Daily Star’s weekend magazine highlighted the research work carried out throughout the Centre, as well as touching on its service role to patients at the Dhaka and Matlab hospitals

Armed Forces Medical College

The history of an institution portends the future & directs its destiny. The Armed Forces Medical College was formed at Pune on 01 May 1948 by the amalgamation of Army Medical Training Centre, the Army School of Hygiene, the Central Military Pathology Laboratory, the School of Blood Transfusion and Army School of Radiology. The college was initially housed in Eve’s Estate and later shifted to Connaught Barracks, the present location.
AFMC when conceived began as postgraduate training and research centre. The first commandant of the institution was Col PP Chowdry. The foundation stone of the main building was laid on 3 April 1953 ( erstwhile AMC anniversary day) by Lt Gen DR Thapar, the then Director General, Armed Forces Medical Services, and was completed in August 1956. The role of the college was enlarged when the department of Dental Surgery was added in May 1955. 
The graduate wing was started on 04 Aug 1962, Mr VK Krishna Menon inaugurated the undergraduate wing. The College of Nursing was added in 1964. 
The college celebrated its golden jubilee in 1998 with pride. The Golden Jubilee block housing eighteen departments was inaugurated by Shri George Fernandes, defence minister in 1998. AFMC has found a place amongst the best medical colleges in the country and is widely acknowledged to be a premier national institute.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Mymensingh Medical College

Mymensingh Medical College is a government medical college in Bangladesh. It is located in the Mymensingh District of the Dhaka Division. Mymensingh Medical Journal is the official journal of Mymensingh Medical College which is an Index Medicus/MEDLINE enlisted journal.

Lytton Medical School
During the later part of the British India, it was felt that the people of the north-eastern region needed the services of qualified medical personnel. The then Campbell Medical School of Calcutta and Mitford Medical School of Dhaka were unable to cater for the needs of the growing population. With this background the third medical school for the region, was established in 1924 in Mymensingh, after the world war-1, by the EARL OF LYTTON, the then Governor of Bengal. This school was named as Lytton Medical School to run four year course of Licentiate of Medical Faculty (LMF). This course of LMF continued till 1962, when it was upgraded to a five-year undergraduate medical course under Dhaka University and the school was renamed as Mymensingh Medical College.
Situated 120 km away from the north of the capital city Dhaka, Mymensingh has a rich historical heritage. Having been once the administrative head quarter of the largest district in the whole of Indo-Pak subcontinent during the British rule, this district town has gradually developed itself from a sleepy quiet little town (declared a Municipality in 1869) of Rajas and Maharajas, Zaminders (landlords) and tenants and other professional into a big town, having all kinds of educational and institutions.
Standing on the southern and eastern bank of old Brahmaputra river the town offers a very convenient communication network of railway and roads with the rest of the country. Two hours drive away from Dhaka makes it one of the nearest and most accessible of all the district towns.
Mymensingh takes pride in the Jainul Abedin Art Gallery which has on its walls some of the finest works in water color by renowned painter, Jainul Abedin.
Among its other attractions is the Madhupur National park which is 35 km away to the north-east. It is a very popular picnic spot during the winter.

Milestones of Mymensingh Medical College

1924 Establishment of Lytton Medical School
1962 Upgrading of Lytton Medical School to Mymensingh Medical College.
1970 Indoor Service of Mymensingh Medical College Hospital started
1972 Shifting of college to the present campus
1979 Inception of department of Orthopaedics
1981 Inception of Family Planning Model Clinic in the hospital
1988 Inception of department of Cardiology
1992 Establishment of Centre for Nuclear Medicine & Ultrasound.Departments of Microbiology & Biochemistry began their activities as separate departments
2000 Diploma in Child Health (DCH) was started as the first Postgraduate course.Inception of departments of Neuromedicine, Neurosurgery, Nephrology, Endocrine Medicine & Paediatric Surgery
2002 27 Postgraduate courses (MD, MS, MPH, M Phil, Diploma) began to run under the auspices of the present government Mymensingh Medical Journal was indexed in Index Medicus, MEDLINE & Pub Med and began to be available online in the USA & throughout the world
2003 Internet was introduced & whole college came under a local Computer Network
Admission Undergraduate: MBBS course For Bangladeshi students: Admission test is conducted centrally by Director of Medical Education under DGHS. Admission consists of written MCQ. Well advertised in the daily newspapers of the country. For Foreign students: Admission is through Embassy of Bangladesh in respective countries. Academic calendar for different years is maintained by respective departments. Post Graduate : MD, MS, M Phil, Diploma courses Admission test is conducted by Medical College. Admission consists of written MCQ exam. Well advertised in the daily newspapers of the country and in this website. Sessions : two January session : MS, MD courses Admission test : Last Friday of September July session : M Phil & Diploma courses Admission test : Last Friday of March.
The hospital has the following departments : Anaesthesiology, Anatomy, Biochemistry, Transfusion Medicine, Community Medicine, Cardiology, Dermatology, ENT, Endocrine Medicine, Forensic Medicine, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Gastrointestinal&Liver Disease, Microbiology, Medicine, Nephrology, Neurosurgery, Neuromedicine, Nuclear Medicine, Ophthalmology, Ortho-surgery, Physiology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Psychiatry, Paediatrics, Physical Medicine, Paediatric Surgery, Radiotherapy, Radiology and Imaging, Surgery, Urology.

Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College

Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College located in Bogra town, was established in 1992. It offers 5-year medical education course leading to MBBS. One-year internship after graduation is compulsory for all graduates. The college is affiliated to the University of Rajshahi, and the degree is recognised by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council.

Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College was established in 1992. Fist of all it has started as a medical college collaborating with Mohammad Ali Hospital, Bogra. About 125 students get admission every year after passing admission test. The college was named on the basis of Saheed President Ziaur Rahman who was born at Bogra.

The college has all the major branches of medical education including Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Community Medicine, Pharmacology, Forensic Medicine, Pathology, Medicine, Surgery, Cardiology, Nephrology, Pediatrics, Ophthalmology, Anesthesiology, Dentistry, Blood transfusion, Radiology, and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Principal is the administrative head of the institution. The other sanctioned posts for faculty and staff members are one Vice-Principal, 12 Professors, 19 Associate Professors, 12 Assistant Professors, 2 Curators, 30 Lecturers, 2 Pathologists, one Biochemist, and one Pharmacist. In addition to one Health Educator and one Secretary/ Administrative Officer, there are about 161 technicians, laboratory assistants and auxiliary staff to run the administrative and academic programmers of the college.

Monday, May 3, 2010


Most modern and sophisticated western style private hospital in Bangladesh. Hospital is managed by highly skilled and experienced internationally trained physicians and administrative personnel. Its facility is completely equipped with all advanced diagnostic equipments and instruments. We provide the unparalleled patient care and service. 
The teaching hospital was established in 1992, and it is operated as a general hospital with wide range of diagnostic and clinical departments. The six-story 250,000 square feet hospital building is located next to the college building. Hospital was designed, constructed, equipped and staffed to operate as a sophisticated western style modern day hospital. There are 500 patient rooms that are furnished with imported equipments and fixtures for patient comfort and care.
Hospital is equipped with all advanced diagnostic equipments - CAT Scan, Angiograms, color Doppler ultrasound, fixed and mobile X-ray systems, computer controlled blood analyzers & computerized Electro Cardiographs. Hospital also has state of the art Operating rooms and fully monitored ICU units.


Sunday, May 2, 2010

Uttara Crescent Hospital

Uttara Crescent Hospital was established in the year of 28 march 2002 at model town Uttara, with the promise to give the best and modern health care facilities to the newly developed Uttara. Providing the people with health care as needed.
Gradually with your support we have reached to today standard. Whatever we have achieved up to till now is the result of your support & the support of personnel like consultant, doctors, Nurses, technician, ward boy, Aya, other office staff and to every single person who have devoted their effort here.
Today we are proud to says that the people of Uttara and the surrounding like area like Gazipur, Mymensingh, Tangail and Savar will received the care in any kind of emergency here at our Uttara Crescent Hospital.
Our hospital has 10 bedded HDU ( High Dependency Care Unit), 5 Bedded Dialysis Center with 3 VVIP cabin 19 A/C cabin, 18 Non-A/C cabin 7 semi cabins and 2 words for 12 patients. In our three modern equipped operation theaters give you confidence to take our service. All type of laparoscopic operations as well as orthopedics, spinal surgery & brain surgery were done here regularly.Our aim is to always provide you with up-to-date modern health care facilities in this area we want our community that is clear secured and most beautiful area of our capital to have the best health care possible so that we all can live in good health. We are always here to help you with any kind of health problems and give you complete support; anyone who comes here becomes a part of our family.

Chittagong Medical College Hospital

Chittagong Medical College Hospital was established at the present site in 1960 with only 120 beds and the outpatient services. At that time the young hospital housed only the Departments of Surgery and Gynecology and Obstetrics. Chittagong Hospital Housed the department of Medicine and allied specialties still 1969 and thereafter it remained affiliated with Chittagong Medical College Hospital as one of its teaching hospitals.

Construction of the present purpose-built six-storied CMCH was completed in 1969, which now accommodates all the clinical Departments including all their subspecialties. The hospital, which had a capacity of 500 beds initially, gradually increased its strength to 750 and finally to 1000. It runs big outpatient departments in the specialties like Medicine, Paediatrics, Psychiatry, Skin and venereal diseases, Clinical Pathology, General Surgery, Otorhinolaryngology, Paediatric Surgery, Ophthalmology, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Radiotherapy, Radiology and Dentistry with an average turnover in excess of 2000 a day The independent turnover in the year 1999 was about 50,000. Over 18,000 surgical operations were performed in that year. As years passed by, new treatement facilities kept being added and at present a Nuclear Medicine Centre for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, a Coronary care unit, an endoscopy Unit, a kidney dialyzing unit, a Model Family Planning Centre, a Centre for Extended Program for Immunisation (EPI) are among the many facilities available to the in- and outpatients.

Affiliated Hospital
The following hospitals and health centres of Chittagong area are affiliated to Chittagong Medical College and CMCH for the purpose of extending teaching and research facilities to the students as well as for referral purposes for the patients- 1. Infactious Diseases Hospital, Fouzdarhat 2. T.B. Hospital, Fouzdarhar 3. Chittagong General Hospital, Anderkilla 4. Bangladesh Institute of Tropical and Infections Deseases, Fouzdarhat 5. Nursing College, Fouzdarhat 6. Institute of Health Technology, Fouzderhat 7. Chittagong Port Authority Hospital, Bandar 8. Mirsharai Thana Health Complex, Mirsharai 9. Raozan Thana Health Complex, Raozan 10. Cox’s Bazar Malaria Centre, Cox’s Bazar.

Nurses Training Centre (NTC) at CMCH
The NTC building Stands at the Southwest corner of the hospital building inside the main campus. It houses a Nursing School with residential arrangement and recreational facilities for the Trainee Nurses and the staff Nurses serving at the CMCH. The nursing school was established in 1963. It runs a four-year Diploma in nursing course with an annual intake of 50 trainee nurses. B.Sc (nursing) course introduced in 2007.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Dinajpur Medical College

Dinajpur Medical College(DJMC) is a government medical college in Bangladesh, established in 1992. It is located in the Dinajpur district of the Rajshahi division, and associated with Rajshahi University.
Currently, it offers 5-year medical education course leading to MBBS. One-year internship after graduation is compulsory for all graduates. The degree is recognised by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council.
Dinajpur Medical College admits 132 students into the 5 year MBBS degree programme yearly under the Government Medical admission test. Admission test is conducted centrally by Director of Medical Education under DGHS (nearly 33000 applicants sat for the medical college entrance examination in Bangladesh). For Foreign students: Admission is through Embassy of Bangladesh in respective countries.
13 batches have passed from this medical college successfully.
The college has all the major branches of medical education including
Community Medicine
Forensic Medicine
Blood transfusion

Dinajpur Medical College is one of the oldest medical colleges in Bangladesh. It is a government medical college and established in 1992. It is located in the Dinajpur district of the Rajshahi division, and associated with Rajshahi University.
Examination and Affiliation
Dinajpur Medical College is affiliated under Rajshahi University. The students receive MBBS degree from Rajshahi University after completion of 5th year and passing the final Professional MBBS examination. The Professional examinations
reheld under the University and results are given thereby. Internal Examinations are also taken on regular interval namely Card completions, term end and regular assessments.
It has also a 500 bed hospital. There are 17 operation theatres in the new hospital, of which, 12 are general, two emergencies, one labor and two daily. The hospital would introduce some new departments, including cancer, urology and radiotherapy. The hospital building has an underground car parking facility.
Students' extracurricular activities
SANDHANI is voluntary organizations of students of medical colleges & dental colleges, which has a unit in DJMC. These organizations work to motivate people to donate blood, post-humor eye donation.
They also facilitate treatment of poor patients through distribution of free drugs, collection of blood and annual program of distributing warm clothes among poor people.
Students of this medical college also arrange cultural programs on many occasions under their cultural organization, "Yakatan".

Sir Salimullah Medical College and Mitford Hospital

Sir Salimullah Medical College was established in 1875 as Dhaka Medical School in the old part of Dhaka city. Mitford hospital was a part of the school. Sixteen local kings and philanthropists helped in erecting the medical school building in 1889. The school was made a medical college in 1962. To acknowledge the contributions of the Nawabs, the college was named after Nawab Sir Salimullah (1871-1915). Until 1957 License of Medical Faculty (LMF) degree was offered from this college. During 1963-1972 condensed courses for MBBS degree was offered. In 1972 it was upgraded as a full-fledged medical college and the first batch students for MBBS degree enrolled in 1973. The civil surgeon of Dhaka was in charge of both the college and the hospital until 1974, when a principal and a superintendent were appointed for the above institutions. The superintendent was later (1984) made the director of the hospital. The college offers about 25 courses at the postgraduate leve

General information

The medical college consists of following departments: preclinical (anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology), paraclinical (pathology, microbiology, forensic medicine, community medicine,pharmacology), clinical medicine (general medicine, psychiatry, sexual-skin-and-venereal diseases), pediatrics, surgery (general surgery, orthopedic surgery, pediatric surgery), ophthalmology, otolaryngorhinology, anesthesiology and diagnostic (clinical laboratory, radiology and imaging). The medical college possesses a 600 bed general hospital including OPD and IPD services in above disciplines and an integrated emergency department. 175 students having pre-medical A-level education are admitted each year through open competitive examination. Students are awarded undergraduate MBBS degree after 5 years' study in college and hospital and 3 professional examinations (first prof. after 1.5 years, second prof. after 3.5 years and final prof. after 5 years of admission) under the University of Dhaka. Then, they do 1 year full residency training in the hospital to get registration for practicing medicine.
SSMC draws in students not only from Bangladesh, but from all over the world with students hailing from USA, Canada, Nigeria, Syria, Iran, Palestine, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Srilanka, Mauritius, Malaysia, Bhutan etc.
SSMC also pioneered some nationwide appreciated volunteer organizations like, Sandhani, Rotaract club, Leo club etc..
Affiliated Hospital: Mitford Hospital

Mitford Hospital established in 1820, named after Sir Robert Mitford, Collector of Dhaka and also a long serving judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal. During his time there was an alarming cholera epidemic and at the height of it 150 to 200 persons died daily in Dhaka. Medical facilities were inadequate. Sir Mitford was distressed to see the suffering of the people. Before his death in England in 1836, he bequeathed the bulk of his property (about Rs 800,000) to the government of Bengal for benevolent works in Dhaka including building of a hospital. This was disputed by his successors but finally, in 1850, the Chancery Court partially decreed in favour of the Bengal Government, by virtue of which it received Rs 166,000. With this fund the hospital was started in 1854 on its present site, and then known as 'Katra Pakurtali', Babu Bazar. Prior to this, the site was occupied by a Dutch kuthi (house). From the inception, the hospital was under the administration of a board accountable to Dhaka Municipality. A female ward was established in the hospital in 1882 with generous donations from Nawab Khwaza Ahsanullah of Dhaka and Raja Rajendra Narayan Roy of Bhawal. Nawab Ahsanullah also donated Rs 50,000 to set up Lady Dufferin Hospital within the same compound in 1888-89. A European ward was established in the hospital in 1887, and in 1889-90 Raja Srinath Roy of Bhaggyakul set up an eye ward at a cost of Rs 3, 00,000 in memory of his mother. It got the recognition of a first grade hospital in 1917.The hospital, in addition to different wards, accommodated lecture halls, dissecting rooms, and an out-patients' department. It remained a general hospital and did not undergo much change in size and types of services over time. It occupies an oblong area of about 12.8 acres (52,000 m2) of land on the river bank and the hospital complex comprises more than fourteen blocks of no particular architectural significance but historically important and eventually of utilitarian character. Most of the blocks were originally single-storied and now have been raised to four storeys. The hospital provides both indoor and outdoor treatments as well as pathological and diagnostic services. It serves about 1,000 outdoor patients daily. As of 1999, the hospital had 600 beds, of which 240 were paying.

Bangladesh Eye Hospital

The specialty departments of Bangladesh Eye Hospital

Cataract and Comprehensive Ophthalmology Service
The Vitreo- Retinal Service
The Corneal & External Eye Diseases Service
The Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus Service
The Glaucoma Service
The Oculoplasty Service
The Contact Lens Service.

To Facilitate Educational and Research Programs
Digital video documentation of anterior segment, posterior segment and surgical procedures via slit lamp, indirect ophthalmoscope and operating microscope camera.
Patient record archiving by customized software.
All departments of the hospital are linked through a dedicated computer network.
Regular update sessions to keep up with the latest advances in ophthalmic practice.
Fellowship programs in different sub specialties to be offered in the not too distant future.

Bangladesh Eye Hospital has the state of Art Technologies

Phaco surgery
Infinity & legacy 2000- the latest phaco surgical systems in the world by Alcon.
Vitreo Retina Surgery
Accures & Harmony- the most advanced virtrectomy technology.
Operating Microscopes
Visu 200 & Ophtamic 900 with EIBOS- a world of clarity in Ophthalmic surgey.
Double Freqency Nd-Yag Laser (Argon wavelength) & Yag Laser by Nidek.
Multilase: Diode Endo Laser by keeler
Microlase: Diode Slit Lamp Laser by keeler.
Digital fluorescein Angiography with Image Net software from topcon.
Visual field analyser
Humpherey Field Analyzer II & Octopus 101 the gold standard in computerized field analysis.
Photo Dynamic Therapy the current strategy for age related macular degeneration and choroidal neoveascularization.
Ultrasonography of the eye- B scan & A scan.
OCT- The latest Ultrasound imaging technology for retinal & glaucoma evaluation.
Specular Microscope- Corneal endothelial cell counting instrument for evaluating corneal diseases.
Pachymetry- Modern technology for measuring corneal thickness &diagnosis of corneal diseases.