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Establishment of a 50-Bed Medical College and up-gradation and modernization of Existing Railway Hospital into 250 beds at Central Railway Building in Chittagong
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Project Name:
Establishment of a 50-Bed Medical College and up-gradation and modernization of Existing Railway Hospital into 250 beds at Central Railway Building in Chittagong
Sector:
Health
Department/Ministry:
Ministry of Railway
Implementing Agency:
Bangladesh Railway
Location:
Chittagong
Estimated Capital Cost:
$30-80m
Approval:
Cabinet Committee for Economic Affairs approved the project on 14 August 2013.
Background:
Chittagong, the country's second-largest commercial hub, hosts significant economic activities, prompting Bangladesh Railway to leverage its resources, including vast land and infrastructure, to expand social services, notably through the construction of a modern medical college & hospital and nursing institute on a PPP model at the existing Chittagong Railway Hospital compound, to address the limited availability of modern healthcare facilities in the region, with in-principal approval granted by the Cabinet Committee for Economic Affairs (CCEA) on 14 August 2013, aiming to serve the health needs of both railway employees and the general public.
Objective:
The objectives of this project are:
• To provide medical services to common people as well as Bangladesh Railway's employees.
• To increase revenue earning potential of Bangladesh Railway.
• To ensure more efficient utilization of Bangladesh Railway assets.
Project Scope:
Redevelopment of existing hospital facilities and development of a new medical college and nursing institute
Private Partner:
United Group
Status:
The project is in Development phase.
Contact:

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Director (Investment Promotion)
Phone: +88 02 55007420
E-mail:
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Public Private Partnership Authority
Prime Minister's Office
Plot: E, 13-B, 1st Floor, Sherebangla Nagar
Agargaon, Dhaka-1207
Bangladesh.
Phone: +88 02 55007421
(Last updated 20 February 2024; subject to further revision.)
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