ANDERKILLA GENERAL HOSPITAL
Anderkilla General Hospital is a public hospital located in Chittagong. It was established in 1840 as a dispensary. It is one of the oldest hospitals in Chittagong. The hospital has 250 beds for patients. They serve a large number of patients of Chittagong through experienced physicians. Regional Tuberculosis Reference laboratory (RTRL) is situated here. They provide free treatment for tuberculosis by the government project. They also provide free medicine. Chittagong General Hospital is mainly popular amongst the poor people cause it provides quality treatment free of cost.
History of Anderkilla General Hospital:
Anderkilla General Hospital is a hospital in Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is a 1,000-bed general hospital with a 150-bed emergency unit. The hospital has its own medical school and training center attached to it.
It was established in 1876 as the ‘Chittagong British Hospital’ by Captain Read of the Royal Engineers. It was set up at Hilli which later became Lytton town and subsequently absorbed into Chittagong city.
It is one of the oldest hospitals in Bangladesh, and also the first hospital to be established during British rule. During the First World War, Chittagong General Hospital was used as a field hospital. During World War II, it became an important military hospital and was also the location from which Japanese prisoners were transported to India for internment.
Address: Andarkilla Rd, Opposite to Anderkilla Masjid,Chattogram-4000
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