- May 15, 2013Inauguration of DNA Lab
- May 15, 2013DSH Pediatric Cardiac Center
- December 23, 2010DSH stepping towards Digital Bangladesh-Launching its website on new years eve
- November 28, 20101st Reunion of BICH & Victroy Day Celebration 2010 on 30-31st December
- November 28, 2010Expansion
- May 08, 2010Present News
Message from Chairman
|Professor (Dr.) Mahmudur Rahman
I am very pleased to know that Dhaka Shishu Hospital (DSH) is going to launch its official website to disseminate information about the activities of DSH & Bangladesh Institute of child Health (BICH). A 50-bed hospital, established in 1972 which, through years of struggles and endeavors flourished into a 557-bed teaching and tertiary level hospital with full range of clinical services.
Since taking over charge in 2008, the present Management Board has been trying hard to improve the services and working-atmosphere of the hospital. The expansion and the renovation work of the hospital has already started and a substantial amount of work has been completed despite financial constraint. I sincerely hope that DSH will continue to expand its quality services so that the health benefit reaches the vast majority of deprived and needy child population of our country.
Message from Director
|Prof. Manzoor Hussain
MBBS, DTM&H, DCH, MRCP (UK), MRCPCH (UK)
FRCP (Edin), FRCP (Glasgow), FRCP (London)
I am delighted to announce that Dhaka Shishu (Children's) Hospital is officially launching its institutional website. This, I believe, will be a step towards our ambition of a "Digital Bangladesh". The hospital has been the pioneer in providing child health care in Bangladesh and is the largest children hospital in the country. Currently, it is a 535 bed hospital which offers a full range of clinical services and is supported by a team of highly qualified paediatric consultants and a group of skilful technical staff who always strive to provide complete medical services for children nationwide.
The hospital also provides postgraduate training in Paediatrics and is affiliated with Dhaka University, BSMMU and BCPS. The academic wing - Bangladesh Institute of Child Health conducts Post Graduate courses in Paediatics. Dhaka Shishu (Children's) Hospital holds an excellent reputation in providing professional child healthcare and has gained notable appreciation at national and international levels. It is proudly associated with ICDDRB in Bangladesh, Institute of Child Health (ICH) in London, ICH in Edinburgh, and Johns Hopkins University in USA to provide collaborative child healthcare.
Besides government grant-in-aid and the hospital's own revenue from services on payment, the institution's financial reserves also consists of contributions from the trust fund, donations from different non-government organizations, gifts and endowments from other associations and individuals, as and when necessary.
Dhaka Shishu (Children's) Hospital has always thrived to provide comprehensive and state-of-the-art clinical services for children in Bangladesh and I am proud to inform you that DSH is at the phase of expansion to other divisional cities in the country along with two more branches in Dhaka as per encouragement by the honourable Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina. However, in order to complete such a huge endeavour of developing and providing professional medical services for children countrywide, the hospital requires further financial support. We are humbly appealing for charitable assistance in the form of donations or grants to help us achieve our goal, which is also going to be a breakthrough in providing the service and need of better child healthcare in Bangladesh.
I am also pleased to let you know that DSH has recently computerized its billing system with automated patient admission / discharge and record keeping. We are also planning on introducing online tender submissions through our official website soon. I sincerely hope that our website will be able to provide adequate information and updated news about the activities of Dhaka Shishu (Children's) Hospital and its academic wing BICH appropriately.