Manikganj Medical College Hospital, Manikganj
AuthorSayed, Asad Bin
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Bangladesh at present is one of the major developing countries of the world that has been making significant socio-economic developments in recent years. Despite its success in improving numerous significant healthcare indicators, the health sector of the country is yet to reach its full potential. Bangladesh, being one of the lowest ranked countries in terms of heath expenditure, requires reinforcement in healthcare infrastructure. As a part of ongoing proliferation in this sector public medical colleges, medical university, private medical colleges, private clinics, private hospitals, district hospital, rural health centers, and community clinics are being established. The Manikganj Medical College Hospital, is one of the latest medical institutes to be commissioned by the Ministry of Health and Welfare of Bangladesh to be erected on an undeveloped piece of land at Joyra, Manikganj. The aim of this paper is to propose a possible solution for this project.