Browns Hospital Ragama celebrates Avurudu 2016

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Amidst a colourful gathering and traditional customs, Browns Hospital Ragama celebrated the Sri Lankan New Year in a grand scale at the Boys’ Town Grounds recently.


“Avurudu is a time, when Sri Lankans come together to celebrate our traditions and rituals that have been passed on from generation to generation. The New Year is also an opportunity to educate the younger generation of our nation’s respected customs and as well as teaching them the value of peace and unity,” stated Browns Hospitals CEO Dr. Iraivan Thiyagarajah.


The event was open to the residents of Ragama as well as the employees of Brown & Company PLC. The young and old alike took part and enjoyed the various games and activities that were organised. The aim of the event was to build and strengthen the relationship with the residents of Ragama and the neighbouring communities.


Consisting of a high-profile medical team of highly qualified and recognised visiting consultants, in-house doctors and nurses, Browns Hospital is the first in a chain of secondary care general hospitals and diagnostic centres which are dedicated to provide high-quality care through comprehensive, integrated clinical practice and personalised care, to every patient.


Brown & Company PLC is one of Sri Lanka’s leading blue-chip conglomerates in operation today. Being in existence for 140 years, the company is built on a strong foundation of strength and hold steadfast to its reputation of always delivering quality products and services to its customers and stakeholders. The Browns group is a vibrant, fast expanding diversified entity working in a broad range of industries such as power generation, home and office solutions, agriculture and plantation support services, pharmaceuticals, investments, marine and manufacturing and healthcare.

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