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The purpose of this article is to describe the factors responsible for the decline in the quality of care in the health sector of Bangladesh. A significant aspect of the health system is nursing. Service quality largely depends on the nurses. Over the past decades, nurses have faced a variety of parameters that are hampering the quality of service in the Bangladeshi health sector. Negative social attitudes, lack of developed organizational structures, insufficient leadership skills, lack of employees, and lack of appropriate nursing opportunities cause work dissatisfaction, and this job dissatisfaction has a negative effect on the quality of health care. The quality of care will be ensured by ensuring the rights, independence, and adequate facilities of nurses.