Patient care - No 1 priority at Lanka Hospitals
Lanka Hospitals, formerly owned by Apollo Group, India continues to
provide excellent medical service.
Following the recent change in ownership of Lanka Hospitals
Corporation, the new ownership of the company said that throughout the
course of this major transformation, the operation of the hospital has
endeavoured to remain true to its high level of consistent patient care.
The number one priority of Lanka Hospitals Corporation has been to
provide its patients with the very best healthcare and medical services.
Despite the recent change of ownership, Lanka Hospitals Corporation
Limited (LHCL) reassures the public that this priority continues.
In keeping with its commitment to bringing world-class medical
facilities to Sri Lanka, Lanka Hospitals recently added to its list of
groundbreaking surgeries by successfully performing a highly complex
open heart surgery on a new born baby weighing merely 1.8kgs
Spread over a built-up area of more than 350,000 square feet in
Narahenpita (Colombo 5), Lanka Hospitals is equipped with over 350 beds
expandable to 500 beds. It is geared to provide round-the-clock, 365-day
services in Emergency, Cardiac, Neurological and Orthopaedic care as
well as over 50 other medical services. Also showcased is the synergy of
medical technology and advances in IT through Telemedicine, providing
access to the best medical professionals from across the world.
The newly appointed Lanka Hospitals board comprises Ajit Jayaratne
(Chairman) and Udayasiri Kariyawasam (Deputy Chairman), D. H. S.
Jayewardene, Damien Fernando, Royle Jansz, Chaminda De Silva, Dr.
Buddhadasa Kaluarachchi and Suresh Paranavithana.