Birdem Hospital Doctor List

Bangladesh has stepped a firm foot into the healthcare sector and the days are not far when people will be expecting world-class facilities from the government and private hospitals. BIRDEM is one of the highest-class government hospitals and is situated at the heart of Dhaka.

BIRDEM is highly specialized in serving the diabetes sector and no other hospital in the country provides such a number of people with their necessary treatments. BIRDEM is also a collaborating center regarding the control and prevention of diabetes. This is a great achievement for a non-European institute to achieve this landmark. You can find a lot of details about BIRDEM in this article with a doctor list beneath.

BIRDEM is the short form of “Bangladesh Institute of Research and Rehabilitation”. There are a few specialized sectors in BIRDEM and those include Endocrine, Diabetes, and Metabolic Disorders. This hospital can arrange proper healthcare for 600 people at a time. Though, this amount of beds even can not provide enough facilitation for the deprived people of Bangladesh. But still, a huge number of people expects health facility and medical care from the institution. This can make the place a little bit over-populated but the doctors, nurses, and medical staffs are doing their best to serve all the patients at the hospital.

The history of BIRDEM is dated back to the year 1956. In the past times, it was renowned as “The Diabetic Association” and was located in Segunbagicha, Dhaka. After the liberty of Bangladesh, the institute was shifted to Shahbag in the year 1980 to help a lot more people by covering their expenses and time duration through the distance margin.

Being a fully facilitated hospital does not only mean a list of qualified doctors but also there have to be enough diagnostic facilities for proper treatment of the patients. It is of much significance nowadays to diagnose the problem of the body early and it can cover a lot of costs from later treatment.

In previous days doctors only relied on physical symptoms and that resulted in having the wrong treatment in the end in a case of intricate disease. As the nature of the problem, disease, aberration, and infections have become more complicated, it needs modern-day diagnostic machinery for identifying the complications. Examples of this kind of problem are mRNA tests, PCR tests, biopsy tests, or FNAC tests.

BIRDEM has high-quality diagnosis machinery that is dedicated to the general people of Bangladesh. The marginal people of Bangladesh go to BIRDEM in order to find quality medical treatment at a cheap price. Those who can not afford their medical expenses and are suffering from complex diseases can get their treatment from BIRDEM. It is a great concern of the government to provide healthcare to the poor people of Bangladesh who can not bear a large list of expenses.

It is a common scenario in government hospitals that people would be dense in numbers within the hospital. Where many would be having their beds in the cabin or wards but also a lot of people would be lying on the medical floor with the hope to have a place in a bed or a cabin.

There are also emergency units and special care facilities available at the BIRDEM. Those who need an ICU in an emergency can have an Intensive Care Unit at BIRDEM. Though there is a general concern there because the available ICU might be already booked from before and you might need to go to a private hospital in this case.

BIRDEM has a fully fletched OPD unit and the number of people being served with healthcare treatments is quite surprising. Because about three thousand people are served at the OPD each day at the BIRDEM. All the doctors of BIRDEM are highly professional in their relevant fields. The patients inside are regularly under the supervision of intern doctors, and nurses. If you need treatment from BIRDEM, you can contact their executive through the land phone number. You can book an appointment or know about some specific detail from the executive. The phone number given is open around the clock and the phone number is +0241060501-24.

The doctors of BIRDEM are not only of national quality but also there are many doctors who have gained their degrees from first-world countries. The doctors of BIRDEM have years of expertise in their field. For those who are living in Dhaka, it is a special requirement that they need an ambulance in case of emergencies. The BIRDEM has its own ambulance service for providing special care wagon service to the patients.

It is necessary that you need to take care of hygiene while having treatment from the hospital. You also have to take care of a balanced diet while having medicine or treatment. Make sure you can secure enough food when you are being treated. The diagnosis labs of BIRDEM are highly equipped. The lab equipment does have high quality as stated earlier but also the lab reagents are specially bought from world-class companies. The lab assistants and lab attendees need to wear protective gloves and masks to avoid any risk to test accuracy.

BIRDEM Hospital Doctor List

Doctor List
Prof. Dr. Md. Abid Hossain Mollah

MBBS, FCPS (Pediatrics), D-MED (UK), FACP (USA), FRCP (UK)

Dr. Rona Laila


Prof. Dr. T. A. Chowdhury


Prof. Dr. Fauzia Mohsin

MBBS, FCPS (Pediatrics), Fellow in Pediatric Endocrinology (Australia)

Prof. Dr. Ferdousi Begum Flora


Prof. Dr. A. K. Azad Khan

MBBS (Dhaka), D-Phil, FCPS (Medicine), FRCP (UK)

Dr. Jebun Nahar

MBBS, DCH, MD (Pediatrics)

Dr. Nasim Jahan

MBBS, MCPS, FCPS (Psychiatry)

Dr. Tamanna Narmeen

MBBS, FCPS (Surgery)

Prof. Dr. SM Ashrafuzzaman

MBBS (DMC), DEM (DU), MD (Endocrinology), FAACE (USA)

Prof. Dr. ATM Mowladad Chowdhury

MBBS, MS (Urology), FCPS (Surgery), MRCS (Edinburgh), MRCPS (Glasgow)

Prof. Dr. Md. Abid Hossain Mollah

MBBS, FCPS (Pediatrics), D-MED (UK), FACP (USA), FRCP (UK)


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