About CSSH

The Vision Unfolds

The CSSH brand began with a small diagnostic and OPD centre at Pradhan Nagar, Siliguri in late 2003. The foundation stone for Chhang's Super Speciality Hospital was laid late in the year of 2005, on the auspicious day of Christmas. On 4th October 2008, the Neuro outpatient department was started with fully equipped diagnostic facilities. Indoor patient department began with 40 beds and 14 ICU beds. The first operation was performed on a young boy suffering from Koch's spine with paraplegia, which has now recovered completely and he is now leading a normal life.

The first milestone was on 4th November 2009, as the new OPD block was inaugurated by Professor V.K.Kak, Retd Professor of Neurosurgery, P.G.I, Chandigarh. The second milestone was on 2nd October 2010 with the opening of the cardiothoracic department under the guidance and leadership of Dr. Rajnish Duara (M.Ch, CTVS, Shri Chitra Trinuval Institute, Trivantapuram)

The man with the dream : Dr.W.H.Chhang

Dr. W.H.Chhang finished his MBBS in the year 1982 from Bhagalpur Medical College; Bhagalpur. He was like any other medical student from a small city with the will of becoming successful. This led him to Chandigarh in the year in 1985 where he completed his Post-graduate degrees (M.S and M.Ch) from PGIMER. Here onwards there was no looking back. In 1991, he arrived in Siliguri to work in Shanti Nursing Home and Jeevan Jyoti. He started working in the private sector with a colleague in 1999 in North Bengal Neuro Research Centre, Pradhan Nagar, and Siliguri. In late 2003, he established his own name as a brand when he began Chhang's Super Speciality Hospital MRI centre especially for neuro cases. In the year 2005, he laid foundation for his hospital in Himachal Vihar, Phase III, Matigara. Since then, there has only been constant upward growth in the strength of the hospital and reached a turning point with the commencement of the cardiothoracic department in 2010. When he began to dream about having his own hospital, he did not know of the outcome or on how it would all become a reality. All he did was put in his dedication, passion and will to ease the patient's pain and give them a chance at life again.

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