Parkview Medical College started its journey with a vision to produce quality medical graduates. Medical colleges throughout the world are changing their course curriculum and teaching strategy to bring dynamism to address societies changing needs and expectations. In line with this, we along with other medical colleges of the country introduced a new curriculum from January 2014 developed by Bangladesh Medical and Dental council and. The new curriculum has given more emphasis on the active learning process to prepare future doctors for life-long self-directed learning.
A group of highly experienced and devoted teachers took responsibility for running the academic activities of different departments of the college. A group of young energetic teachers is recruited along with the seniors to meet diverse departmental needs.
Bangladesh is rapidly becoming a role model for a different aspect of health care development among developing countries. It is not possible for a government alone to develop health manpower to cater to the increasingly complex, diverse and expensive public health care needs of a developing country like Bangladesh. In addition to Government Medical Colleges, Private Medical Colleges in Bangladesh are performing a very significant role in producing skilled medical health professionals and providing specialized health care facilities at a reasonable cost to ailing people of the country.
To develop a new Medical College, location is a significant factor. Sylhet is considered as Religious Capital of Bangladesh as well as a favored tourist attraction from a national and international perspective. It is blessed with good communication by road, train and air from the capital city Dhaka and from all over the country. In addition to its natural beauty & religious background, Sylhet has over the years transformed itself to an “Education City” with much prestigious public and private Colleges and universities.
We have more than 160 million people. There is the opportunity to improve inadequate doctor-population ratio from (1:5000), to an acceptable standard of about (1:500), by more effective involvement of private entrepreneurship. With a view to establishing a new medical college & hospital in an attempt to produce expert health manpower as well as to provide a low cost but optimum health care without compromising quality, a group of noble dreamers got together by 2008 under the banner of Parkview Health Care Pvt. Ltd. & Associates of Parkview Health Care Pvt. Ltd. As a consequence, Parkview Medical College has opened its door to the 1st batch of students of MBBS course from January 2014.
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh
- Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council (BMDC).
- Medical Council of India (MCI).
- Nepal Medical Council (NMC).
- World Health Organization (WHO).
Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet
Vip Road, Taltola, Sylhet, Bangladesh
Parkview Medical College