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The newly refurbished front lobby area of Lanka Hospitals Colombo was declared open by Minister of Finance Ravi Karunanayake recently. 
The new floor space accommodates patient registration, admission and channeling counters, a VIP lounge and customer services facilities. The opening was preceded by a religious ceremony where representatives of all religions invoked blessings to the hospital, acclaimed for its International care standards.
Lanka Hospitals PLC is the multi award- winning internationally accredited hospital located in the heart of Colombo, Sri Lanka. Fortified with the most technologically advanced equipment and a well-respected bevy of consultants and medical staff with international exposure and experience, Lanka Hospitals is poised to deliver maximum patient safety and superior care, in compliance with the Joint Commission International Accreditation (USA), it is honored with. 
The 280-bed tertiary care multi-specialty hospital is spread over 350,000 square feet with 7 acres of beautifully landscaped garden and holds an unmatched track record and an epithet as ‘The most accredited hospital in Sri Lanka’. As the forerunner in transforming Sri Lanka as the emerging healthcare hub of Asia and the Asia Pacific region, Lanka Hospitals has an experienced team dedicated to look after all medical needs of International patients. Lanka Hospitals, believes in transparency at all levels in all its transactions between all stakeholders including medical tourists. Communication and interaction between all stakeholders and especially with its patients takes prominence in this world class healthcare facility.
Led by Chairman Dr Sarath Paranavitane, The Board of Directors of Lanka Hospitals at present are: Malvinder Mohan Singh, Daljit Singh, Parthasarathy Raghunath, (alternate Director to Malvinder Mohan Singh), Karthik Rajagopal (alternate director to Daijit Singh) Ven. Thiniyawala Palitha Thero, Dr. Sarath Paranavitane, Harsha Gunasekara, Prof. Menaka Samarawickrema lokuhetty, Dr Rohan Wijesundera, Damien Fernando, Prof. Mandika Wijeyaratne, Prof. Asita De Silva, Tissa Nanayakkara. 

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