Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College (SZMC) is a Public (Government) medical college of Bangladesh established in 1992. The college, initially started in the premises of reconstructed MATS and Mohammad Ali Hospital, Bogra has shifted to the newly constructed campus on 31st August 2006 with its well-constructed and well-equipped 500 bedded teaching hospital within the campus.
The college is located in south-western part of the district town, Bogra, just beside the Dhaka-Rangpur national highway, about 80 km from Bangabondhu Jamuna bridge, where it is connected with other highways viz. to Rajshahi, Naogoan and Joypurhat-Hili. With the most convenient roads and railway communications, Bogra stands at the centre of Rajshahi division in the map having fluorescencent cultural, historical and archeological heritage. The once mighty river Korotoa, said to have carried the the legendary craft of Behula-Lakshindar, flows through the eastern edge of the town. Mohasthangarh, the oldest archaeological site of Bangladesh is 15 km north of the college and Paharpur Buddhist Monastery is somewhat 50 km to the west.
The campus has become well known for its beautifully designed interior, great architectural view and well-planned residential accommodations. Having Play grounds, gymnasium, mosque, kindergarten school, botanical and floral gardens, the campus have become popular for harmonious inhabitation by the students, teachers and other staffs.
Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical college Journal is the official journal of Shaheed Ziaur Rahman
Medical College, Bogra , ( ISSN. 1607 - 5854 ) ( For indexing : J.Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Med. Coll. )