Khawja Eunus Ali Medical College

Khawja Eunus Ali Medical College

ESTD : 2010 | TYPE : private | AFFILIATION : who | RECOGNITION : mci


  • 500 Beded Hospital
  • Equipped with 21 clean room OR
  • Operating theaters accessible only through Air Shower for sterilization
  • Fully equipped ICUs and CCUs
  • Fully equipped General Ward
  • Central Medical Gas Supply System with all beds
  • 400 rooms for Guest accompanying patients
  • Central Sterilization Supply Department (CSSD) to decontaminate reusable instruments and linen
  • Water treatment Plant for pure drinking water
  • Fully Automatic Laundry System
  • Nurse Call System
  • Incinerator for waste management
  • Fully Computerized Hospital Information System to smoothen hospital activities both operational and managerial
  • Surgeons, Physicians and Nursing staff are caring to the patients, turning their profession into passion
  • Five star service all the way
  • Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiac procedures
  • Full fledged facilities in Orthopedic, ENT, Ophthalmology, Pediatric, Obstetric & Gynecology, Urology, Gastroentology, Skin & VD, Laboratory & Imaging, Pharmacy, Mortuary,Cardiology & Cardio Vascular Surgey,Oncology.
  • Priority care in post operative in neo natal and ante natal period

For the first time in Bangladesh, Khwaja Yunus Ali Medical College & Hospital (KYAMCH), located on 87 acres of land, out of city hustle & bustle in a pollution free picturesque surrounding on bank of river Jamuna, the holy birth place of Hazrat Khwaja Yunus Ali (R) Enayetpuri.
At KYAMCH we mean and deliver Five-Star service you have never experienced before. It has a track record of hundred percent successes in invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiac procedures.
We ensure affordable world class Medicare facilities at your doorstep.

Logic for site location:

  • Well communication linking South and North
  • Availability of land
  • Socio-economic condition of the region
  • Pollution free environmental friendly area
  • Generate employment, create enterprises and start economic hub in the region
  • Above all the materialization of the wishes of Great Saint Hazrat Khwaja Yunus Ali(R)

KYAMCH is a non-commercial venture for the promoters of the hospital. Revenues and funds generated by the hospital are utilized for further development, education, and research for the hospital. It is registered under Society Act managed by the Trustee Board.

Environmental Policy

Khwaja Yunus Ali Medical College & Hospital (KYAMCH) is committed to protect the global environment and to conserve energy and natural resources. We support efforts aimed at maintaining and promoting the health and safety of the community.

Course cum fee details

# Course Seats 1st Yr Fee From Next Yr Total Fee Cash Back Lodging Fee Fooding Fee Course Duration
1 MBBS 40 $-18000=1,170,000 $-41000=2,665,000 10000 INR lodging included with your course package $-100-INR-6500 apx. 6 years

Our Admission Process




Send us scan copy of your 10thand 12th  Document with scan of your passport size

And send the registration amount to the given account number.



As soon as the admission latter comes you need to submit  the second

Installment of the processing charge with original passport, original documents with some additional documents as instructed.




Once the documents has been submitted at the Embassy and the visa receiving data has been confirmed, the student need to give the third installment..As Soon as the passport will be received with visa stamping, all the originals will be given back.



about the departure The last step is the travel arrangements which will be done by us, we will be giving you all the necessary details time ,

Arrival time ,who will be receiving at the airport etc.The last installment of the processing fee will be given them.



i).1$=INR 65(Approx for calculation) Actual rate at  the time of fees payment will be calculated.

ii).Medical Checkup, Medical Insurance and Visa Extension is included in Package, Food Expenses $100 per month.

iii).Fee given in the chart is approx. Actual fee will be known when you choose the College/University.

iv).Imagine Career Solution Service Charge are additional for Visa Processing & Air Ticket Charges.




i).Minimum age to apply is 17 years by 31st  Dec of the admission year.

ii)Minimum percentage required to apply is 50% in the subjects Physics,

   Chemistry, and Biology for General Category and 40% for reserved

   Category for Sc,St and OBC.

iii).A Valid Passport          



Our Placement Details

Dialysis is a treatment that does some of the things done by healthy kidneys. It is needed when your own kidneys can no longer take care of your body’s needs.


You need dialysis when you develop end stage kidney failure –usually by the time you lose about 85 to 90 percent of your kidney function and have a GFR of <15.


  • KYAMCH is providing efficient dialysis with 32 dialysis machines.
  • Providing both Acetate and Bicarbonate dialysis.
  • Separate room with separate machine for Hepatitis C patients.
  • The cost of dialysis is the cheapest and most affordable as compared to other private dialysis centers.
  • Providing 3 shifts of dialysis with emergency facility.


While healthy kidneys have several functions in the body, the most well-known job is to produce urine. When kidney function goes below 10% to 15% kidneys are no longer able to filter the blood and make urine. This causes toxins to build up in the body along with excess fluid. Fortunately, we live in a time when there are treatments and medicines that can replace the functions of the kidneys and keep the body alive. One type of renal replacement therapy — meaning a treatment that replaces kidney function — is hemodialysis. Hemodialysis is a therapy that filters waste, removes extra fluid and balances electrolytes (sodium, potassium, bicarbonate, chloride, calcium, magnesium and phosphate).


Bangladesh has nearly 20 million people suffering from various kidney and urological problems. Every year 15-20,000 patients develop Acute Renal Failure, 70% of those can be treated by dialysis therapy and further 18-20,000 patients are developing End Stage Renal Diseases. In the Chittagong area alone around 3 million people estimated to be suffering from suffering from Chronic Kidney Diseases.


In hemodialysis, a dialysis machine and a special filter called an artificial kidney, or a dialyzer, are used to clean your blood. To get your blood into the dialyzer, the doctor needs to make an access, or entrance, into your blood vessels. This is done with minor surgery, usually to your arm.


Hemodialysis treatments usually last about four hours, and they are done three times a week.
Your doctor will give you a prescription that tells you how much treatment you need. Studies have shown that getting the right amount of dialysis improves your overall health, keeps you out of the hospital and enables you to live longer. Your dialysis care team will monitor your treatment with monthly lab tests to ensure you are getting the right amount of dialysis. One of the measures your dialysis care team may use is called urea reduction ratio (URR). Another measure is called Kt/V (pronounced kay tee over vee). Ask your dialysis care team what measure they use and what your number is. To ensure that you are getting enough dialysis:

  • *your Kt/V should be at least 1.2 or
  • *your URR should be at least 65 percent.


When you begin hemodialysis, the needles put in your fistula or graft may be uncomfortable. Most patients get used to this in time. Your dialysis care team will make sure you are as comfortable as possible during your treatment. Symptoms like cramps, headaches, nausea or dizziness are not common, but if you do have any of them, ask your dialysis care team if any of the following steps could help you:

  • *Slow down your fluid removal, which could increase your dialysis time.
  • *Increase the amount of sodium in your dialysate.
  • *Check your high blood pressure medications.
  • *Adjust your dry weight, or target weight.
  • *Cool the dialysate a little.
  • *Use a special medication to help prevent low blood pressure during dialysis.

You can help yourself by following your diet and fluid allowances. The need to remove too much fluid during dialysis is one of the things that may make you feel uncomfortable during your treatment.


If your patient is critically ill with acute kidney injury (AKI), CRRT is one of the primary therapies. The goal of any continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) is to replace, as best as possible, the lost function of kidneys. CRRT provides slow and balanced fluid removal that even unstable patients – those with shock or severe fluid overload – can more easily tolerate. Both average and smaller size patients can undergo CRRT therapy and it can be adapted quickly to meet changing needs.


  • Suitable for use in hemodynamically unstable patients.
  • Precise volume control, which is immediately adaptable to changing circumstances.
  • Very effective control of uremia, hypophosphatemia and hyperkalemia.
  • Rapid control of metabolic acidosis
  • Improved nutritional support (full protein diet).
  • Available 24 hours a day with minimal training.
  • Safer for patients with brain injuries and cardiovascular disorders (particularly diuretic resistant CCF).
  • May have an effect as an adjuvant therapy in sepsis.
  • Probable advantage in terms of renal recovery.


  • Expense – probably the same as IHD.
  • Anticoagulation – to prevent extracorporeal circuit from clotting.
  • Complications of line insertion and sepsis.
  • Risk of line disconnection.
  • Hypothermia.
  • Severe depletion of electrolytes – particularly K+ and PO4, where care is not taken.

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Khawja Eunus Ali Medical College

  • Address : Enayetpur, Bangladesh
  • State : dhaka
  • Country : Bangladesh
  • Mobile : 8228000081
  • Website :
  • Management Type : private
  • Qualifying Exams : NEET

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