Addin Hospital at the capital’s Moghbazar announced special treatment discount for poor kidney patients. “We want to make our Creator Almighty Allah pleased by rendering services to the poor people. The distress and helpless kidney patients will be given kidney dialysis services at a nominal cost of Tk 250 only,” said, Dr. Sheikh Mohiuddin, Executive…
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Infant ICU is a service available for children who are 0-1 years old and in need of critical care. The infant ICU of AWMCH is situated on the 5th floor of Momin Building and houses all the modern technologies including life support. There are 10 beds in this unit. All doctors and nurses from the NICU are assigned to take care of the patients admitted here, which ensures the best care that AWMCH has to offer.
Located at the 3rd floor of the Ashraf Ali Building, the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is a specialized facility dedicated to patients who require intensive monitoring, nursing care and complex respiratory support. The ICU is staffed 24 hours a day by 14 board-certified specialists and 31 seasoned critical care nurses, nurse practitioners and physician assistants who are committed to providing quality clinical care.
With a ceiling-mounted service unit to house medical equipment and deliver critical power, the beds in our ICU are no longer tethered to the wall. This allows the beds to be rotated and positioned freely to the most optimum environment. The ICU is also positioned in close proximity to the operating theatres so patients can receive emergency treatment as quickly as possible.
The High Dependency Unit (HDU) is for patients who require a higher level of observation, treatment and nursing care than that offered in a general ward but not so much that it requires admission into intensive care. For those moving into the HDU from the intensive care facilities, this move is often seen as a welcome sign of progress as it means that the patient is improving, gradually establishing more normal eating and sleeping patterns, and is a step closer to going home. It is adjacent to the ICU on the same floor, with 8 dedicated beds. The red zone is also located nearby for patients with critical conditions, with 7 dedicated beds.
The Pathology Laboratory of Ad-din Medical College Hospital went into operation with a manpower strength of 20 personnel and only 5 major equipments. The Pathology Laboratory comprises most disciplines linked to patient care including clinical biochemistry, hematology, clinical microbiology, immunology and histopathology. The Pathology Laboratory essentially analyzes biological samples for diagnosis, treatment, follow-up, drug monitoring and screening.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is located at the 5th floor of the Ashraf Ali Building, which specializes in the monitoring and care of ill or premature new-born infants. The NICU also admits babies with congenital problems or trauma during delivery and combines sophisticated equipment with trained healthcare professionals to provide specialized care for newborn infants. The 100-bed-unit consists of numerous child specialists, assisted by 100 nurses and 4 receptionists.
Postnatal care (PNC) is the care given to the mother and her newborn baby immediately after birth and for the first six weeks of life. This period marks the establishment of a new phase of family life for women and their partners and the beginning of the lifelong health record for newborn babies (or neonates — a term often used by doctors, nurses and midwives).
Ad-din Medical College Hospital Pharmacy, located on the ground floor of the hospital building, is available 24 hours. This service consists of 3 types of pharmacies – In-patient, Out-patient and Retail. All three types have been developed following the Bangladesh Model Pharmacy guidelines and international standards. The service delivery system of the Pharmacy Service is provided in compliance with the joint guidelines of the World Health Organization (WHO) and International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) of Good Pharmacy Practices (GPP). All medications are dispensed, checked and verified by well-trained licensed graduate pharmacists who ensures the right medicine is provided to the right patient.
The Pharmacists also provide mandatory counselling services to all patients to ensure maximum benefits of the prescribed medication. Ad-din Hospital Pharmacy Service ensures policies, procedures and protocols are managed to its customers with the right drug of high quality in the right dosage with the correct instruction along with the patient medication education/ information.
The Pharmacy Department of Ad-din provides a comprehensive range of pharmaceutical services to all patients. Its objective is to provide patient-focused pharmaceutical care in order to achieve definite outcomes that improve patients’ quality of life. The pharmacy department consists of a team of qualified, pharmacist. Pharmacy is always open for the benefit of patient. Pharmacy run by software, all kinds of services from pharmacy distributed by computerized system.
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In today’s world, physiotherapy is a very demanding and sophisticated medical system. Our physiotherapy medical system is also state of the art keeping pace with the world. This treatment involves treating joint and muscle pain, swelling, muscle weakness and dryness, paralysis and congenital physical disabilities through manual therapy, electrotherapy and various exercises. There are professional high degree female and male physiotherapists and separate male and female physiotherapy units for male / female patients of all ages
Ad-din Medical College Hospital has its own dedicated blood bank on the ground floor of the hospital which is open 24/7. Attended by one Consultant, one Specialist, four Senior House Officers, and thirteen Medical Lab Technologists, we aim to provide patients with blood which meets the requirements of international standard. All donations received in the blood bank are voluntary and non-remunerated. Nearly 50 bags of blood is received every day at our bank. We supply around 150 bags of blood each day.
When my child fell ill with a severe infection, we rushed to Ad-din Children’s Hospital for help. The medical staff quickly diagnosed the condition and provided the necessary treatment to save my child’s life. I am grateful for their expertise and dedication to my child’s health.
Tahmina Akter, 32, homemaker, Jashore
After my child underwent surgery at a hospital in Jashore, we discovered that they had developed a kidney infection. We immediately brought them to Ad-din Children’s Hospital, where they were admitted to the emergency department. The medical staff provided excellent care and treatment, and my child has made a full recovery. I am grateful for their expertise and dedication to my child’s health.
Sadia Rahman, 28, homemaker, Keshabpur, Jashore
Figures present data from June 2022 to July 2023