Tops Public Hospitals

Tops Public Hospitals Bangladesh Osmani Medical College Hospital. Osmani Medical College Hospital tops public hospital is the winners of the Health Minister’s National Awards 2014. The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) announced 23rd February 2014.

Tops Public Hospitals Bangladesh

The awards were given for wonderful performances in the health sector in a “Health System Strengthening through a Systematic Approach” plan, in teamwork with the World Health Organization (WHO).

Tops Public Hospitals Sylhet’s MAG Osmani Medical College Hospital got the first place and Faridpur Medical College Hospital, Dhaka Medical College & Hospital became runners-up jointly.

In the district hospital type, the Pabna General Hospital (250-bed) came first, whereas the Kustia General Hospital (250-bed) was runner-up. The Pabna civil surgeon office topped the civil surgeon category, chased by the Munshiganj civil surgeon office.

Health Minister Mohammed Nasim presented trophies to the winners at the Cirdap auditorium in the capital Dhaka. Zahid Malek State Minister for Health, Khondoker Md Sefayetullah DGHS Director and MM Niazuddin Health Secretary were in present too.

Several senior-level teams elected the seven winners after appointment 85 tertiary hospitals, civil surgeon offices and district hospitals for assessment in December, said Additional Director (Planning And Development) Abul Kalam Azad.  Moreover, 42 more awards were given separately to 14 district hospitals, 14 upazila health complexes and 14 civil surgeons.

The district sadar hospital winners are Pirojpur, Narshingdi, Pabna, Rangamati, Kushtia Panchagarh and Moulvibazar. Bhola, Laxmipur, Meherpur, Joypurhat, Munshiganj, Thakurgaon and Hobiganj are the runners-up.

Between the upazila health complexes, Uzirpur in Barisal, Keraniganj in Dhaka, Shamnagar in Shatkhira, Boalkhali in Chittagong,  Ishwardi in Pabna, Pirgonj in Rangpur and Borolekha in Sylhet came going on top. The runners-up were Gouronadi in Barisal, Goalondo in Rajbari, Chowgacha in Jessore, Anwara in Chittagong, Baliadangi in Thakurgaon, Srimongol in Sylhet and Shatia in Pabna.