Chittagong General Hospital
Chittagong General Hospital (aka Chittagong 250 bed General Hospital) is a public hospital in Chittagong, Bangladesh. It has two hundred and fifty bed facility. It has been an affilicated hospital of the Chittagong Medical College since 1959.
|Chittagong General Hospital|
|Chittagong Medical College|
|Location||Rangmahal Hill, Andarkilla, Chittagong., Chittagong, Bangladesh|
|Affiliated university||Chittagong Medical College|
|Lists||Hospitals in Bangladesh|
General Hospital was mainly established as a dispensary in 1840, and after developed into a hospital on the Rangmahal Hill in Andarkilla, Chittagong. The Rangmahal hill was historically renowned as the part of the Arakani Fort, which was burnt and ravaged by the action of the Mughal Navy in 1666.
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