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Evercare Hospital Chattogram introduces free transportations for patients

14 October 2021
Evercare Hospital Chattogram introduces free transportations for patients


Staff Reporter:  Evercare Hospital Chattogram (EHC), the port city’s largest hospital, has begun special transportation services for the convenience of all patients and attendants of the hospital. The service will cover an area spanning about 10 km, beginning from the city's GEC Circle and ending at the hospital. The transport facility has been kept free of cost for patients and will operate at an interval of every two hours daily from Saturday to Thursday. The free transportation service was inaugurated at the Evercare Hospital Chattogram on Thursday by Chittagong City Corporation Mayor Md. Rezaul Karim Chowdhury. Also present at the inauguration ceremony were senior officials from Evercare Hospital Chattogram. At the inauguration, Md. Rezaul Karim Chowdhury, Mayor of Chittagong City Corporation said, “I am truly grateful to Evercare Hospital Chattogram for introducing this initiative for the benefit of the people of Chittagong. I believe this service will significantly relieve difficulties faced by patients and their attendants in moving to and from Evercare Hospital.” Fazle Akbar, General Manager, Evercare Hospital Chattogram said, “The transportation issues faced by our patients and their family or friends has been a pressing concern of ours for some time. We at Evercare always aim to provide the best possible service for the welfare of our patients. This is our attempt to address that problem. Any patient, along with their attendant, can avail this facility from the GEC Circle to the hospital.” He added, “With this transport service, I hope we can relieve at least some of the pressure on our patients.”

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