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. …..
I had a severe chest pain in the middle of the night and reached Apollo. My life was saved after primary angioplasty by the help of Apollo Hospital’s cardiology team.
The Joint Commission International (JCI) is a U.S. based accreditation body dedicated to improving healthcare quality and safety around the world.. ...
With an aim to raise awareness about cancer and encourage its prevention, detection and treatment, World Cancer Day is celebrated on February 4, every year. The theme for this year is “We can. I can” and this will explore how everyone collectively or as individuals unite the whole world in the fight against cancer. To commemorate World Cancer Day, Apollo Hospitals Dhaka has announced a free counselling campaign to raise awareness about cancer and its damaging consequences. On February 4, about 120 people with family history of cancer had registered with Apollo for free counselling services. This free counselling session will continue till February 14, 2016. R Basil, the CEO of the hospital stated that cancer is preventable and curable if intervened at the right time.However,
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Successful removal of a massive tumor, weighing 14.8kg, from the abdomen of a man, aged 42, at the Apollo Hospitals Dhaka helped him return to his normal activities. The patient was suffering from massive swelling in his abdomen and gradual weight loss for one year. After he was diagnosed with tumor, Dr SMG Kibria, general laparoscopic and vascular surgeon, conducted a surgery on the patient on December 6 last year. His post-operative recovery was smooth and he was discharged on December 10.
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“I had a severe chest pain in the middle of the night and reached Apollo. My life was saved after primary angioplasty by the help of Apollo Hospital’s cardiology team” - Riaz Uddin Ahamed Siddique (Movie Star)
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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.