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Balasooriya Private Hospital receives 2 Silver at FCCISL Entrepreneur of the Year Awards


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Balasooriya Hospital Chairman Priyanthalal Balasooriya received the Silver Award in large category – service sector (national level) and the Silver Award in large category – service sector (provincial level) at the Sri Lankan Entrepreneur of the Year Awards Ceremony organised by the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Sri Lanka (FCCISL). Balasooriya Hospital also received the Merit Award at the Productivity Awards Ceremony organised by the National Productivity Secretariat.

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Balasooriya Private Hospital Chairman Priyanthalal Balasooriya receiving the award

 “We are dedicated to serve the people of our country with high quality medical services and constantly strive to maintain high standards in doing so. In order to deliver this service, we have a dedicated and committed team of experts in the field,” stated Balasooriya Private Hospital Chairman Priyanthalal Balasooriya.

Balasooriya Private Hospital (www.balasooriyahospital.lk), registered as a private company in 2010 coming under the purview of the Board of Investment of Sri Lanka, is the leading hospital that is equipped with all the facilities of a private hospital in the North Western Province. The hospital has received many accolades and has the distinction of being ISO 9001-2008 and ISO 14001-2004 certified. Balasooriya Private Hospital has received the CNCI Silver and Bronze Awards, the Wayamba Wijayaabhimani Enterprise Excellence Award at the award ceremony organised by the North Western Provincial Council’s Industrial and Service Bureau, the ‘Best Private Hospital in North Western Province’ Award at the Wayamba Suwa Wishishtatha Award Ceremony organised by the North Western Provincial Council’s Health Department. 

Balasooriya Private Hospital has received this award for three consecutive years 2012, 2013 and 2014. A 24 hour out-patient medicare service is available together with specialist channelling service, patient consultation and laboratory services,  air-conditioned and non air-conditioned rooms, physiotherapy facilities, optical, scanning, ultra sound scanning, digital x-ray, echo testing, ECG, EEG, exercise ECG, mobile medical services, ambulance services, emergency medical care unit, spirometry test for lungs, audiometry, endoscopy and colonoscopy, LED lighting equipped operation theatres and delivery room. The laboratory of Balasooriya Private Hospital is registered with and is a member of United Kindom’s RIQAS quality assessment scheme and it is a franchise osusala of State Pharmaceuticals Corporation. 


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