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Child Diseases & Child Kidney Specialist in Comilla

About Prof. Dr. Md. Azizul Hossain

Welcome to Ibn Sina Diagnostic Center, Comilla. We are proud to have Prof. Dr.

Md. Azizul Hossain, a highly qualified Child Specialist, on board with us. He is a Professor & Head in the Department of Pediatrics at Cumilla Medical College & Hospital, and holds an MBBS, MD (Pediatrics), FRCP (Glasgow), and Fellow Pediatric Nephrology (NUH-SG) qualification.

At Ibn Sina Diagnostic Center, Comilla, Prof. Dr. Md.

Azizul Hossain is dedicated to providing the best care for children in the region. He is a highly experienced and knowledgeable doctor who is passionate about delivering comprehensive medical care for children. He is available for consultation from

30pm to 4pm (Closed: Friday).

At Ibn Sina Diagnostic Center, Comilla we strive to provide the highest quality of healthcare for children. Our team of professional and experienced doctors and nurses are dedicated to providing the best possible care and service to our patients.

We take pride in our commitment to delivering the best possible care and treatment to our patients.

We are grateful to have Prof. Dr.


Doctor Name
Prof. Dr. Md. Azizul Hossain

Gender
Male

City
Comilla

Specialty
Child Diseases & Child Kidney

Degree
MBBS, MD (Pediatrics), FRCP (Glasgow), Fellow Pediatric Nephrology (NUH-SG)

Passing College
Cumilla Medical College & Hospital

Chamber Name
Ibn Sina Diagnostic Center, Comilla

Chamber Address
House # 29, Kotbari Road, Tomsom Bridge, Cumilla.

Phone Number
+8801841212275

Visiting Hour
2.30pm to 4pm

Off-day
Friday

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