The Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College started its journey in the academic year 1999-2000 by the inspiration of the daughter of Father of the Nation & defender of democracy Prime Minister Janonetri Sheikh Hasina. Sheikh Fazlul Karim Salim, MP was the Hon’ble Health Minister of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. Sheikh Kabir Hossain was Chairman, Bangladesh Red Crescent Society, and Professor Dr. Md. Maniruzzaman Bhuiyan was Principal of Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College. Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College is a project of Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) and is run by a Governing Body duly formed by the representatives of sponsor organization Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS), representatives from the University of Dhaka, and the Government of Bangladesh. The College follows the MBBS course curriculum as laid down by Dhaka University and Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BM&DC). The Government of Bangladesh regulates the criteria of qualification of students and the University of Dhaka conducts the professional examinations and certificates of MBBS degree are awarded by them.
It started its journey with 50 students in the academic year 1999-2000. Presently we have about 978 students and 140 students are admitted during every academic session including up to a maximum of 50% foreign students. Fifteen batches of students have already qualified as doctors and fourteen batches have completed their internship training and the fifteenth batches are undergoing internship training in Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College Hospital (HFRCMCH) which is a tertiary care hospital established in the year 1953 with 720 beds and delivering clinical services in all specialties of medical science. The Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College and Hospital are located in a quiet and serene environment at the heart of Dhaka city at 1, Eskaton Garden Road, Dhaka-1000 on 8.10 acres of land. The construction of the new modern six-storied academic building covering an enormous area of one lac twenty-three thousand square feet with all modern amenities is already completed and academic activities have started in the meantime at all the levels.
Since its establishment in the year 2000, Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College has come a long way during the last 19 years and achieved a great reputation amongst the non-government medical colleges in the country. We admit students with high merit and aptitude. We have adequate qualified teaching staff and modern teaching aids like computers, multimedia projector and digital sound system for effective delivery of lectures. This medical college has a full-fledged library with sufficient text, reference books, and journals. The library has high speed internet facilities with HINARI access.
Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College is enrolled in the AVICENNA Directory (former WHO medical directory). This college is also enrolled with FAIMER International Medical Education Directory-IMED. The American Medical Council recently recognized the MBBS Course completed from our Medical College. MRCP Part-I Orientation Course has been started in our Medical College in the meantime. Our College is also a center for FCPS Part-II Examination. We have an international standard by annually published scientific publication, named Journal of Medical Science and Research which is fully accredited with Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council. Our vision is to lead this institution into a Centre of Excellence for medical education, training, and service.
Eligible foreign students should apply in the prescribed Application Form for Foreign Students and send it to the address given below by post within 15th August (or as notified by the college authority) directly or through any consultancy.
For confirmation of admission, all candidates must apply through the Embassy of Bangladesh in their respective countries within the announced date to obtain an eligibility (Equivalence) Certificate from the Director, Medical Education, Directorate of Health Services (DGHS), Mohakhali, Dhaka, Bangladesh. This equivalence certificate must be produced to the college authority for confirmation of admission before class starts.
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Holy Family Hospital (HFH) was established in 1953. It is located at 1, Eskaton Garden Road, Bara Moghbazar, Dhaka. It was renamed Holy Family Red Cross Hospital in 1971. It was again renamed Holy Family Red Crescent Hospital in 1984. Finally, in the year 2000, it was named Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College Hospital (HFRCMCH). It is a modern hospital with 646 beds. The hospital is run by Professors, Consultants, Jr. Doctors, and auxiliary staff. There is a Nursing Training School attached to the hospital. The medical services include the department of Emergency having 24 hours service with observation facilities, Medicine, Surgery, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Cardiology, Paediatric Surgery, Nephrology with modern dialysis facility, Neuromedicine, Endocrinology with the outdoor diabetic center, Gastroenterology with Endoscopy, Psychiatry, Paediatrics & Neonatology, Eye, E.N.T, Neurosurgery, Urology, Orthopaedic, Physiotherapy, Dentistry, Radiology & imaging including CT scan & MRI, Ultrasonography and Pathology, etc.
Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College Hospital has a well-equipped Intensive Care Unit (ICU) with the latest equipment, skilled and well-trained staff. On the 2nd floor, 5 new Operation Theaters (OT) are now in running condition in addition to 2 OTs on the ground floor. The new OTs are equipped with the latest equipment including a modern image intensifier with C Arm and an advanced operating microscope. The outdoors is equipped with central AC for the comfort of the patients.
The Outpatient Department having facilities with consultancy service remains open in both morning and evening shifts. The charges are very competitive for the affluent people while the poor have access to treatment free or at minimum cost. The hospital has several contractual agreements with different agencies, organizations for the treatment of their employees.
This hospital has a good system of fire evacuation and control, a central announcement system, and ensures full-time electricity by its own generator system. For effective communication with the on-call doctors’ sufficient mobile phones have been provided to the duty doctors. It also has a computerized central register for the patients to find them out quickly. The hospital has low-cost (20 takas) outpatient services for poor patients every working day.
Dhaka is the capital and the largest city of Bangladesh, as well as the largest city in the Bengal region. It is the eighth-largest and the fourth-most densely populous city in the world with, as of 2011, a population of 8.9 million residents within the city limits, and a population of over 21.7 million residents in the Greater Dhaka Area. Dhaka is the economic, political, and cultural center of Bangladesh, and is one of the major cities in South Asia, the largest city in Eastern South Asia and among the Bay of Bengal countries; and one of the largest cities among OIC countries. As part of the Bengal plain, the city is bounded by the Buriganga River, Turag River, Dhaleshwari River, and Shitalakshya River. The area of Dhaka has been inhabited since the first millennium. The city rose to prominence in the 17th century as a provincial capital and commercial center of the Mughal Empire. Dhaka was the capital of the proto-industrialized Mughal Bengal for 75 years (1608–39 and 1660–1704). As the center of the muslin trade in Bengal, it was one of the most prosperous cities in the world. The medieval city was named Jahangirabad in honour of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir. It hosted the seat of the Mughal Subahdar, Naib Nazims, Dhaka Nawabs, and Dewans. Medieval Dhaka’s glory peaked in the 17th and 18th centuries when it was home to merchants from across Eurasia. It was the center of a flourishing sea trade attracting European traders. The Mughals decorated the city with well-laid gardens, tombs, mosques, palaces, and forts. The city was once called the Venice of the East. Under British rule, the city saw the introduction of electricity, railways, cinemas, Western-style universities and colleges, and a modern water supply. It became an important administrative and educational center in British Raj, as the capital of Eastern Bengal and Assam province after 1905. In 1947, after the end of British rule, the city became the administrative capital of East Pakistan. It was declared as the legislative capital of Pakistan in 1962. In 1971, after the Liberation War, it became the capital of independent Bangladesh.