Ashulia Women and Children Hospital (AWCH) is concern of CWCH trust. It is a non-profit and philanthropic organization. In 2002 a small group of distinguished Bangladeshi entrepreneurs and professionals recognized the need for a healthcare center to cater to the healthcare needs of underprivileged segments of society. They envisioned a center that would provide specialized medical care to women and children at a minimum cost. In 2004, they established the Center for Woman and Child Health, which provided specialized medical care to women and children. Over time, the center grew and expanded its services to become a full-fledged hospital to cater to the broader healthcare needs of the community. In 2022, it was renamed as Ashulia Women and Children Hospital to better reflect its services and mission. The aim of AWCH is to support the overall development of women and children with a focus on their health and nutrition. The hospital is located on 3.76 acres of land in Ashulia, about 28 km northwest of the capital city and 18 km from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. AWCH is an impressive eight-story building that spans over 250,000 SFT, providing ample space for patients, visitors, and medical staff. The hospital’s design is both functional and visually appealing. The surrounding area of AWCH is equally impressive, featuring well-maintained grounds and a lush green environment that provides a peaceful and serene atmosphere for patients and visitors alike.
To provide quality health care services with compassion and at low cost to the community people especially underprivileged women and children through a mechanism of sustainability.
Persons working in AWCH carry the following values:
And only spend to please Allah.
And only spend to please Allah.
The health care provided by Ashulia Women and Children Hospital is all about people, namely you, our valued customers. We have an amazing, dedicated and compassionate team to serve the underprivileged women and children within very low cost. I am deeply grateful for your continued support to this philanthropic non-profit hospital. Your generosity allows us to provide vital medical care to those in need, regardless of their ability to pay. I am thrilled to address you as the CEO of our beloved hospital. Our commitment to providing exceptional healthcare services remains unwavering, and I am grateful for the dedication shown by our staff in these challenging times. I invite you to stay engaged with us as we embark on new initiatives and make significant strides in our mission to improve the health and well-being of underprivileged community. We need your generous support to meet the day to day increasing operational expenses to help the increasing number of patients attending at AWCH. So when you or your loved ones need a hospital, you can count on us. I assure you, we remain committed to fulfilling this community’s health care needs now and into the future, which is always driven by our ‘Patient First Ethics’.
Driven by a strong desire Mr. Khondoker Monir Uddin, Managing Director Shanta Holdings Limited conceived in the year 2002 to establish a health care facilities at Jamgora, Ashulia adjacent to Tongi-EPZ bypass near Dhaka to provide quality health care to the garment workers and poor people especially women and children of the local community at a very low cost and even at no cost for the ultra-poor. Subsequently Mr. Monir Uddin and Prof. Dr. MQ-K Talukder, national professor and a renowned child specialist of the country along with a small group of Bangladeshi professionals and entrepreneurs established the Centre for Woman and Child Health [CWCH] on October 2004 which is run by a ‘Board of Trustee’ chaired by Prof. Talukder. The CWCH is totally a philanthropic and non-profit organization and any revenues generated from this institution or any donations are being used only for the development of the Centre. Considering the establishment of new departments, expanded medical support and modern treatment facilities the centre has been recently renamed and officially registered as Ashulia Women and Children Hospital [AWCH]. However, it’s our pleasure to inform that recently we have shifted to 8 storied, 25,000 sq feet most modern new building having capacity of 250 indoor beds plus 12 ICU, 10 NICU, 4 PICU, 6 HDU and 16 Emergency beds. We have also established a standard CSSD and Laundry Linen service system. In the new building the wards and cabins [AC and non-AC] are quite spacious and we have added new facilities for giving comfort to our patients including easy nurse-calling system. AWCH is surrounded by a beautiful garden outside and a health safety playground for children inside.