Message from Chairman
Service to mankind is service is God". This prompted me to cherish a dream for establishing an institution that will produce the most competent Undergraduate health manpower for Bangladesh in particular and the Global Village in general..More
Message from The Principal
It is my pleasure to inform to our parents and all well-wishers that the City Medical College (CiMC) has completed ten years of academic calendar. CiMC has been able to implement in practice the excellent curriculum of MBBS..More
City Medical College offers 5 years MBBS course approved by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of Bangladesh. Affiliated by University of Dhaka, recognized by Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council (BMDC).
City Medical College is aimed to produce need based skilled Community oriented doctors. Efforts will be given to help the students to gain an updated knowledge and to produce competent, committed and accountable doctors who will be able to lead the healthcare sector as leaders to fulfill the health problems of the community and to acquire strong background for future training and higher studies.
City Medical College is geared towards providing excellent broad-based education with a focus on professional development for the students to equip them with knowledge, skill and attitude necessary not only to address the priority health problems of the community but also to acquire a firm basis for future training and studies. Helping students to acquire a KNOWLEDGE and UNDERSTANDING of health and its promotion, and of diseases. Their prevention and management, in the context of whole individual and his or her place in the family and the society.
You are welcome to Cimch Teaching Hospital, the premier Medical Institute of Bangladesh. City Medical College is committed to provide quality services and medical care to each and every citizen coming to CiMCH. In line with our mandate, we, at CiMCH, strive hard to provide comprehensive, high quality tertiary care services to our users. However, there may be some deficiencies due to extreme patient load and limited resources.