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Launch of Smiling Heart Clinic at United Hospital

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Picture shows participants at official launch of Smiling Heart Clinic for Heart Failure patients at United Hospital. Left to Right: Dr Shagufa Anwar, Chief of Communication & Business Development; Dr Momenuzzaman, Chief Cardiologist; Faridur Rahman Khan,

Life Desk :
"I am 76 and I have never witnessed in my life that a patient is called from hospital to enquire whether he is doing okay", this is what Fazlul Haque said expressing his experience in the official launch of Smiling Heart Clinic for Heart Failure patients at United Hospital, at a brief ceremony on last Sunday at the hospital.
Chief Cardiologist, Dr Momenuzzaman said, Heart Failure is a life endangering disease where the clinic acts to treat and monitor these patients to give a better quality of life.
Omar Ishrak, Chairman of Medtronic applauded the praise worthy works that Smiling Heart Clinic is doing at United Hospital.
The patients  talked about the level of care and empathy shown by the doctors in the clinic.
Faridur Rahman Khan, concluded by reiterating his support in such endeavors for patient benefits in future.
The program was further graced by CEO of United Hospital  Faizur Rahman and Chief of Communication and Business Development Dr Shagufa Anwar along with other Cardiology Consultants Dr Kaiser Nasrullah Khan, Dr Reyan Anis and Dr Fatema Begum.

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