Lanka Hospitals won high acclaim at National Convention on Quality and Productivity (NCQP) 2017, winning six awards in total.
This prestigious recognition demonstrated the hospital’s outstanding capability of consistently delivering the highest quality healthcare services in line with international medical standards.
The awards include the Gold award for Quality Circle, which the General Operating Theatre team proudly retained for the third consecutive time, and the Gold award – Kaizen Suggestion won by the Engineering Department. The hospital’s Breast Feeding Unit won the Silver award on the Continuous Improvement Project category while the Gastroenterology Centre won the Bronze award in the same category.
Lanka Hospitals won two other Bronze awards, the Quality Circle Bronze Award won by the Nursing School and Poster Competition Bronze Award won by a Staff Nurse, Clinical Trials in Organ Transplantation (CTOT).
NCQP 2017 was organised by the Sri Lanka Association for the Advancement of Quality and Productivity (SLAAQP) on June 14, 2017 at the Sri Lanka Foundation, Colombo 7. The event focused on promoting quality and productivity among the Sri Lankan organisations and selecting teams from companies to represent Sri Lanka at the next International Convention on Quality Control Circles (ICQCC) 2017 to be held in the Philippines. President Maithripala Sirisena was the chief guest at the event.
-Gold award – Quality Circle – General Operating Theatre (This team wins an award for the third consecutive year)
-Gold award – Kaizen Suggestion – Engineering Department
-Silver award – Continuous Improvement Project – Breast Feeding Unit
-Bronze award – Quality Circle – Nursing School, Lanka hospitals
-Bronze award – Continuous Improvement Project – Gastroenterology Centre
-Bronze award – Poster Competition – Staff Nurse, CTOT