Dhaka Medical College and Hospital (DMCH), established in 1946 during the British colonial rule, is a medical college in Bangladesh. It is situated at Bakshibazar area of Dhaka city. It is neighbored by University of Dhaka and Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology.
Since its establishment, Dhaka Medical College is continuously playing a pioneering role in dispersing medical education among young pupils. The hospital attached with the college provides affordable health care to a huge number of patients through its outdoor, indoor and emergency facilities.
Read more about Dhaka Medical College And Hospital: History, Alleged Facts, Principals, Role in National History, Facilities and Achievements, Clubs and Associations, Dhaka Medical College Alumni Trust
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