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Chittagong General Hospital (aka Chittagong 250 bed General Hospital) is a public hospital in Chittagong, Bangladesh. It has two hundred and fifty bed facility.[1][2] It has been an affilicated hospital of the Chittagong Medical College since 1959.

Chittagong General Hospital
Chittagong Medical College
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Geography
LocationRangmahal Hill, Andarkilla, Chittagong., Chittagong, Bangladesh
Coordinates21°31′47″N 91°58′17″E / 21.529827°N 91.9712574°E / 21.529827; 91.9712574
Organisation
Care systemPublic
FundingGovernment hospital
Hospital typeGeneral
Affiliated universityChittagong Medical College
Services
Emergency departmentNo
Beds250[1]
History
Founded1840
Links
ListsHospitals in Bangladesh

HistoryEdit

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.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Chittagong 250 bed General Hospital". dghs.gov.bd. Directorate General of Health Services. Retrieved August 26, 2017.
  2. ^ Abdullah Al Mahmud (September 2, 2009). "Chittagong General Hospital needs care". The Daily Star. Retrieved August 26, 2017.
  3. ^ Shamsul Hossain (January 2003). "General Hospital, Chittagong". In Sirajul Islam; Amirul Islam Chowdhury (online) (eds.). Banglapedia (Online ed.). Bangladesh: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh. ISBN 984-32-0576-6. Retrieved August 26, 2017.

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