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NINS is the only referral neurology hospital in Bangladesh.


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National Institute of Neurosciences & Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh


National Institute of Neurosciences and Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh is the only referral tertiary care neurology and neurosurgery hospital in Bangladesh. This is a Government hospital. It has been situated in the important location of Dhaka city. There are several referrals tertiary care hospital situated nearby the National Institute of Neurosciences and Hospital like NITOR, NIO, NIMH and so one. The NINS has been planned due to the huge load of neurological disorders. This is the vision of some pioneer neurologists in Bangladesh. Of them Prof. Quazi Deen Mohammad, Prof. Dr. Md. Badrul Alam are the two legends who have given the full efforts to build this dream of 9 storied building within 2 years. The honorable Prime Minister of Government Peoples’ republic of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina inaugurated 300-bedded the National Institute of Neuroscience and Hospital at Sher-E-Bangla Nagar in the heart of the capital city. Addressing the inauguration programme, the premier said the institute would play a pioneering role in treatment of neurological patients and research on neurosciences as well as creating more neurology experts in this country. She also urged the doctors to make the hospital a center of excellence through their ceaseless efforts. Health and Family Welfare Minister Professor Dr AFM Ruhal Haq, PM’s Advisor on health affairs Professor Dr Syed Modasser Ali and State Minister for Health Captain (retd) Dr Mujibur Rahman Fakir addressed the function. Director of the Institute Professor Dr Qazi Deen Mohammad and Director General of Department of Health Professor Dr Khandaker Mohammad Sefaet Ullah also spoke on the occasion with Health Secretary M Humayun Kabir in the chair.

There are six most modern operation theaters, 16-bed ICU, 12-bed HDU, six-bed Recovery Unit and 12-bed post-operative rooms in the National Institute of Neuroscience and Hospital. The hospital is equipped with most modern radiology and imaging department, two MRI machine for modern DTI, functional MRI and MECG examination. A specialized outdoor department for epilepsy, neurodegenerative and neuro-metabolic and other neurological treatment of children, treatment and rehabilitation of autistic children and facilities of genetic counseling will be available in this hospital.

Since the establishment of National Institute of Neurosciences and Hospital in September 2012 it has been reputedly serving patients of both child and adult age groups suffering from various neurology and neuro surgery related disorders. Number of patients coming to OPD, emergency dept and indoor are also on rising trend. That's why it has become a burning issue to expand the existing facilities to cope with the ever growing patients. With this end in view, we have already acquired 80 decimal land from Ministry of land adjacent to our current infrastructure.Relevant work regarding setting up another 800 bedded modern hospital is in full swing.The newly set up building will serve the following purpose- emergency service,medical services including expansion of service for stroke patients and neuro psychiatric illness,surgical services,diagnostic imaging and support services,rehabilitative care services,geriatric unit with palliative care facility,pediatric unit with new set of areas for autistic and special needs children with all rehabilitation facility,critical care service,outpatient area for better service delivery and research area on neuro care to reduce future burden of illness.


Updated on: 2017-10-12; 17:57:42

Breakthrough Events

*** ACHIEVEMENT OF DR. UZZAL KUMAR MALLIK: Dr Uzzwal Kumar Mallick (MD in Critical Care Medicine), Head of ICU & HDU of National Institute of Neurosciences & Hospital (NINS & H). Dhaka, Bangladesh has been nominated through the World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine (WFSICCM) to be a member of a task force that will attempt to help standardize the determination of brain death throughout the world. ********* ASEPA-ANZAN EEG COURSE DHAKA, BANGLADESH 14-15 OCTOBER 2017. The Asian Epilepsy Academy (ASEPA), the Society of Neurologists of Bangladesh and the Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists (ANZAN) are co-hosting this practical course in EEG reading and interpretation. The EEG Course provides a theoretical and practical background to the reading and reporting of routine adult and paediatric EEG. The format consists of four 90 minute sessions each day, each starting with a 30 minute didactic lecture followed by a 60 minute, small group, active-participation tutorial where EEG samples will be demonstrated and discussed under the direction of an experienced EEG tutor. Topics include basic technical aspects of EEG, the normal awake and asleep EEG, and epileptiform and non-epileptiform abnormalities in adults and children.

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