Dr. Rubaiya Ali Obtained her MBBS from Chittagong Medical College and Diploma in Dermatology and Venereology from the Bangladesh Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU). She then completed her Fellowship in Dermatology and Venereology from Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons. …..
Apollo's doctors are experienced and excellent, nurses are good, general stuffs are kind and the whole atmosphere is amiable. I will ask everybody before visiting hospitals abroad, give Apollo a change. Thank you
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The Daily Star and Apollo Hospitals yesterday signed an agreement for a campaign styled “Healthy Living” meant to create health awareness among the public. R Basil, chief executive officer of Apollo Hospitals Dhaka, and Mahfuz Anam, editor and publisher of The Daily Star, signed the deal at the newspaper's office. Under the initiative, the English newspaper will launch th e campaign on November 14, World Diabetes Day, through its online platform. The readers can make queries on health issues, and receive advices from specialist doctors from Apollo Hospitals Dhaka. The questions and answers will be published weekly on page 3 of The Daily Star on Saturdays for 16 weeks. At the end of the campaign, four questioners or followers who will have remained mostly e
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Apollo Hospitals Dhaka has stepped into its 11th year in Bangladesh, establishing itself as a leading corporate healthcare provider and setting new standards for the sector. “The hospital has already set a benchmark for healthcare whether it is emergency services, intensive care, out-patient care, in-patient management and dialysis procedures as it follows the world's best practices,” said R Basil, chief executive officer of the hospital. The attitude of people towards private hospitals also changed over the decade because of the service quality the hospital provides. “They now know that they will get value for money,” he told The Daily Star in an interview on Sunday. The hospital, a joint venture between Indian hospital chain Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd and STS
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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, 448,587 patients have registered with Apollo Hospitals Dhaka (AHD) and over 1,602,827 patients have availed out-patient consultation across 29 disciplines.
– AHD has pioneered the preventive health check program, Master Health Check, in Bangladesh
– Over 48,553 successful surgeries have been carried out in the hospital till date.