Dr. Tibar Banerjee obtained MBBS from Calcutta National Medical College and Hospital under University of Calcutta. He Worked in Chittaranjan National Cancer Hospital-a regional cancer Centre in Calcutta. He obtained MS (Gen Surgery) from Gulbarga University.
Mashrafe Bin Mortaza
Dear all staff of Apollo Hospitals Dhaka, it was a great experience staying in Apollo Dhaka. I wasn't a perfect man when i was admitted. Now i am very good and thanks to everyone
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Generous Act Saves Life of a Young Man
Mahabub, a 17 year old young man came to Apollo Hospitals Dhaka on 3rd February, 2016 with history of stab injury and a primary surgery done in Chittagong following which his life was miserable. He visited Dr. SMG Kibria at Out-Patient Department and got admitted.
A Private Hospital’s Compassionate Approach Saves Life of a Construction Worker
Mr. Mizanur Rahman (22) is a young construction labor. On the evening of the 3rd of January, 2016, while Mizanur was working for a building inside Bashundhara Residential Area, he fell from height followed by an electric shock.
Every year on October 16 people from around the world join together on to observe World Spine Day to raise awareness about spinal disorders as part of the Bone and Joint Decade’s Action Week. This year, the World Spine Day (WSD) theme is “Your Back In Action”. In order to be a part of this global event Apollo Hospitals Dhaka arranged a seminar with external doctors to discuss Neck and Low Back Pain. The speakers from Apollo Hospitals Dhaka, for this event were Dr. Amitabha Chanda, Senior Consultant – Neurosurgery, Dr. Amit Kapoor, Consultant – Orthopaedics and Dr. Md. Mohiuddin Araf, Consultant & Coordinator – Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. The event was highly interactive and appreciated by the participants. Also present in the event were Dr. Ratnadeep Chaskar
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First hospital in Bangladesh to successfully implant world's smallest capsule sized pacemaker in a patient
Due to its self-contained design, Micra which is 93% smaller than conventional pacemakers, can be placed in the heart through a vein in the leg, leaving no incision scars while eliminating potential medical complications from wires running in the heart. At Apollo Hospitals Dhaka, the only JCI-USA accredited hospital in Bangladesh, we always stand ready to deal with heart related ailments. ■ State-of-the-art dedicated Heart Centre and a separate Paediatric Cardiology Unit ■ Highly trained cardiologist for round the clock acute heart attack treatments ■ International standard ICU and CCU staffed with highly trained nurses
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Apollo Hospitals Dhaka organized a Health Session on “Breast Cancer & Women Health” on 11th October, 2017, at NEXT Sourcing Ltd. from 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM for their employees. The session was carried out by Dr. Nasrin Zulfiqar (Consultant-Obs & Gyne).
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Apollo Hospitals Dhaka the only JCI accredited hospital in Bangladesh is proud to present a brand new endoscopy technology in the form of a small capsule. This tiny device has four laterally oriented cameras and 16 independently controlled LEDs that provide a crystal clear 360º panoramic image of the mucosa and ensure a 32% higher diagnostic yield than compared to traditional endoscopies. Pain Free No Hospital Stay No Anesthesia Required
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Apollo Hospitals Dhaka softly launched the state-of-the-art Comprehensive Cancer Care Center on 4 September 2017. The center is ready to provide world class cancer treatment facilities starting from preventive to palliative care under one roof. Apollo Hospitals Dhaka, has installed a high-end fully loaded Radiotherapy machine, LINAC HD -VERSA Signature model. Being the first of its kind in Bangladesh, the machine is fitted with a six dimensional rotational couch known as HEXA POD and is programmed to deliver radiation doses to tumors with pinpoint accuracy from any angle. HD VERSA, as the name suggests, has versatile properties and is capable of treating tumors in either a basic conventional form or the most advanced form of therapy “stereotactic radiotherapy”. Our ultramodern radi
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In 2008, Apollo Hospitals Dhaka became the first hospital in Bangladesh to receive Joint Commission International (JCI) Accreditation, an international stamp for excellence in clinical practices in patient care and safety. In June 2011, after a rigorous survey process, the hospital has once again achieved full JCI re-accreditation and still remains the only JCI accredited hospital in the country.
Apollo Hospitals Dhaka is the first & only hospital in Bangladesh to have achieved this unique accreditation that too consecutively for 3rd time in 2014. In the 3rd accreditation, we were one of first 10 hospitals in the world to have passed 5th edition of JCI guideline
JCI accreditation is an important indicator for Apollo Hospitals Dhaka as an “International Health Care Provider”. This accreditation was earned through our provision of world-class healthcare services, and the accomplishment of such accreditation affirms our commitment to providing the people of Bangladesh international standard health care in their own country. Read More
– Since its inception in 2005, 6,60,116 patients have registered with Apollo Hospitals Dhaka (AHD) and over 25,14,152 patients have availed out-patient consultation across 29 disciplines.
– AHD has pioneered the preventive health check program, Master Health Check, in Bangladesh
– Over 69,000 successful surgeries have been carried out in the hospital till date.