New Appointments Given for 1324 Nurses by the Hon. Minister
Netherland Government is engaged in a broad study of the investment opportunities for the development of the health sector in Sri Lanka.
A Netherland delegation met the Minister of Health Maithripala Sirisena last 15th (2014-07-15) at the Ministry of Health and had a special discussion on carrying out a broad study of the investment opportunities available for the development of the health sector in Sri Lanka, progress of the state sector as well as of the non- state sector in the field of health and new avenues.
Service excellence of Sri Lankan Doctors and Nurses prompts Maldivian Health Minister to seek service assistance from Sri Lanka
The Health Minister of Maldives, Hon Dr Mariyam Shakeela on a recent visit to Sri Lanka requested, Hon Maithripala Sirisena, Health Minister of Sri Lanka to assist Maldives by sharing the services of Doctors and Nurses of Sri Lanka, as they poses high levels of expertise and exhibit higher service quality. The request was made when the Maldivian delegation met the Sri Lankan Health Minister at the Ministry of Health, Colombo.
Korean Ambassador His Excellency Chang Won-Sam compliments the Minister of Health on achieving top health indices in South Eastern Asia
Korean Ambassador His Excellency Chang Won-Sam met Minister of Health Hon. Maithreepala Sirisena at his official residence yesterday (2014-07-02 ), and had conversation on health affairs of the two countries. His Excellency Chang Won-Sam who was highly pleased with the work on improvement of free health services in Sri Lanka expressed his willingness to provide the financial contribution required to develop the hospitals in our country. In addition to that Korean Ambassador His Excellency Chang Won-Sam complimented the Minister of Health on achieving top health indices in South Eastern Asia.
Four-storied Nursing Hostel constructed at a cost of 160 million rupees at the Cancer Hospital, Maharagama was declared open
Four-storied Nursing Hostel constructed at the Cancer Hospital, Maharagama was opened yesterday (18th) by the Minister of Health Hon.Maithreepala Sirisena. This Hostel is capable of accommodating 400 nurses at once and the Government has spent Rs. 160 millions for the construction of this Hostel. Construct ion of this Hostel with all the facilities has provided a solution to the severe hostel problem which existed in the Cancer Hospital, Maharagama for the last 10 years.
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