Dr Mahamudul Islam Chowdhury is a world famous physician known locally as the “DOCTOR OF HUMANITIES”. The context of this title is very interesting. For his kindness to patients, his versatile influence on health awareness of rural populations, the arrangements for home visits to treat poor patients infected with covid-19, and their humanitarian work such as providing free medicine to people. people in need, he is honored with the title of ‘DOCTOR OF HUMANITIES’.
At the height of the Covid-19 infection, Dr Mahamudul Islam Chowdhury had a humanitarian vibe that encouraged him to strengthen his courage to serve humanity in the face of the danger of the Covid-19 pandemic. To save the lives of patients infected with covid-19, he has devoted his precious time and countless efforts. Currently, he is working as a doctor at a dedicated covid-19 hospital, Chittagong General Hospital, located in Chittagong, Bangladesh. Previously, he was appointed to Binajuri trade union sub-center of Raozan upazilla, Chittagong in 2019, then transferred to Cox Bazar Sadar hospital in 2020.
As an entrepreneur, Dr Mahamudul Islam Chowdhury has really succeeded and created “YOUNGSTAR HEALTH CLUB”, a non-profit social organization to spread vibrations of a healthy lifestyle and extend helping hands to the poor. Through his influential social media-based community across Bangladesh, he raises health awareness among the uneducated poor. For these contributions, he received the 2019 World Star for Quality Leadership Award.
He is a professional musical artist, known throughout Bangladesh, a social media sensation for his touching romantic songs. His latest album “healing lifestyle” is available on amazon music. He has also written books on healthy living.
A doctor worthy of an entrepreneur and a musical artist is rare these days. All of these criteria make him roaring news on many notable national and international print publications such as daily star, prothom-alo, isingbd and others.
Nur Mohammad Chowdhury and Begum Shahajahan are his proud parents. On May 21, 1991, he was born and raised in Kadalpur, a village in Chittagong district. Dr Mahamudul Islam Chowdhury was very ambitious from an early age. Later, Dr Mahamudul moved to the town of Sylhet to fulfill his ambitions as a doctor, which earned him a very impressive training. He successfully obtained the graduate degree “Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)” in 2015 from Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College, CCD (on diabetes) & CMU (on ultrasound)
Dr Mahamudul Islam Chowdhury has already become a member of an elite group of social media influencers with his exceptional lifestyle and inspiring contributions that deserve growing popularity across the world.
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