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Ad-Din Hospital for poor patients’ kidney treatment

17 September 2021
Ad-Din Hospital for poor  patients’ kidney treatment


Staff Reporter: 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 Director of Ad-Din Foundation.
He said it at an inaugurating function of the hospital’s ultra-modern Kidney Dialysis Ward and Coronary Care Unit at Moghbazar in the capital.
 Mrs. Sakina Khatun, wife of late industrialist Sheikh Akij Uddin, inaugurated the event on Thursday.
Professor Dr. Nahid Yasmin, Director General of Ad-Din Hospitals said, services of Ad-Din are being expanded day by day.
She said, ultra-modern 18 beds ward for kidney patients and 12 beds of coronary care unit with quality equipment and 30 beds men’s ward for medicine and surgery unit has been inaugurated in the event.
Professor Dr. Jamalunnesa, Executive Director of Ad-Din Pharmaceuticals, Ad-Din Medical Colleges Advisor Anwar Hossain Munshi, Ad-Din Women’s Medical College Principal Professor Md. Afiqur Rahman and other officials of medical colleges and hospitals were present.

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