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Bangladeshi Australian Dr Atifur Rahman: he has done it again!!!

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Friday 23 rd July 2010 Channel 9.7,NBN presented an incredible story of a patient of Bangladeshi Australian Cardiologist Dr Atifur Rahman.(Zarin). He is the clinical director of the coronary care unit at “Gold Coast Hospital” who joined GCH as a consultant interventional cardiologist in January 2006.

He is also currently working as the Director of Advance training (Royal Australian College of Physicians) at the Gold Coast Hospital.He is a regional examiner for the royal Australian college of physicians and regularly undertakes the role of examiner at Australian Medical Council examination. He won cardiology staff excellence award in 2008 and was a nominee for academic and clinical excellence awards 2010 (Griffith University).He is a speaker at national/international conferences.

Previously in June 2008 “Priyo Australia” reported story of one of Dr Atifur rahman’s patient “Man Diet 29 Times” which was presented in all the major Australian TV channel.(Link http://www.priyoaustralia.com.au/readers-link/13686.html)

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Ajoy Kar 31/07/2010 11:22:27
Encouraging! Bangladesh has talents. Someone should come forward to make a database of NRB Talented Scholars who may contribute to Bangladesh's development.
Dr Dalia Nilufar & Badiuzzaman Khan 31/07/2010 13:54:41
31 July, 2010
Dr Zerin, You have been making Bangladesh, your original home country and its every citizen in Australia including us very very proud by your skills, devotion to your profession and your oneness of purpose. May the Almighty shower His choicest blessings on you and grant you a long, active and prolific life when your parents and all of us should be feeling proud, happy and satisfied beyond measure!
Junnun 02/08/2010 01:00:11
Zerin Vai,

You are really great. You are the proud of Bangladesh. Wish your all the best.
Imrose 06/08/2010 11:31:42
Again Our Zarin Bhai appeared on TV news for his devotion to work and profession. Being a Bangladeshi doctor I feel proud and ofcourse I am so moved with the comments I heard not only on TV but also in hospital and in community.

I came across lot patients in the hospital and in the Australian community Who know Dr Rahman as life saver and praise him. It's touchy and indeed very motivational . I think Zarin Bhai deserves more than this. It's really inspires me when ther is lot of negative media coverage on overseas doctors. As we all work we know how hard is to get recognition. I would like to add some agenda to the picnic day discussion.

1. We should have some plan to broadcast this type of achievment not only in Australia media but also in our home country media. People in Bangladesh should know the story of our success. It could be any one in our society. They only know about the doctors in UK/USA but nothing re doctors in Australia. An official press release could be sent to' Basos' or anyone who has connection to media in Bangladesh.

Secondly we could involve our highcomm in our society program so that we can get support for media and recognition.

Finally we could nominate our people for various award which are available in Australia , for example Australian of the year. If we plan now we should start our ground work now for next year. We should recognize our talents and merits, it could be anyone in our society.

We should move forward our organisation as a ground soil for establisement of our achievement in this country rather than confinding it only to seminar/workshop only.

Hope it will be a great picnic day for all of our doctors/ families. I can't make it as I will be working.
Mahmud 29/08/2010 23:21:41
অনেক অভিনন্দন ভাইয়াকে।ভাইয়া শুধু একজন অত্যান্ত সফল ডাক্তার-ই নন,মানুষ হিসেবেও অনেক বেশি ভাল একজন মানুষ।ভাইয়া আপনার জন্য আমরা গর্বিত।
Salekin 08/09/2010 16:52:20
Dear Dr Zarin
We are proud of you!! Keep up good work mate!!
Best regards
Emon 31/10/2010 20:19:00
So glad to read about his success...Heariest congrats to him
Tasnim Disha Sandford 01/06/2011 16:36:28
I am so proud of My country people.... This news makes me so happy!!!
Naila Aziz Meeta 06/06/2011 23:37:06
well done Zarin, we are proud of you !
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Prof M Ashrafi 14/11/2012 18:00:44
Being a fellow Bangladeshi I am proud of you Dr Zarin. May almighty bless you
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