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Pannipitiya Private Hospital wins OHSAS 18001:2007 Quality Certification


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40The OHSAS 18001:2007 Quality Certification being presented to Pannipitiya Private Hospital Chairman and Managing Director Dr. (Engineer) Ananda Kuruppuarachchi by President Maithripala Sirisena at the 20th anniversary celebrations of the Pannipitiya Private Hospital held at Hotel Grand Monarch, Thalawathugoda, Pannipitiya recently

Pannipitiya Private Hospital, one of Sri Lanka’s highly famed and top rated hospitals has received the international OHSAS 18001:2007 Quality Certification.

The Quality Certification was presented to Pannipitiya Private Hospital Chairman and Managing Director Dr. (Engineer) Ananda Kuruppuarachchi by President Maithripala Sirisena at the 20th anniversary celebrations of the Pannipitiya Private Hospital held at Hotel Grand Monarch, Thalawathugoda, Pannipitiya recently.

Germany’s renowned Royal Cert International Registrars, an Independent Assessment and Certification Body after closing analysing the hospital safety and security arrangements has presented the OHSAS 18001:2007 Quality Certification to Pannipitiya Private Hospital. Special emphasis had been placed in the measures taken by the hospital to strengthen the security of its patients and staff members in presenting the OHSAS 18001:2007 Quality Certification to Pannipitiya Private Hospital.

“The highest standards that exist at the Pannipitiya Private Hospital have once again being proved in no uncertain terms with this international quality certification. This renowned quality certification would be a huge strength to the hospital which for almost two decades has won the trust of the people, to forge ahead in a successful journey in the future,” said Pannipitiya Private Hospital Chairman and Managing Director Dr. (Engineer) Ananda Kuruppuarachchi. Pannipitiya Private Hospital which is dedicated to provide high quality service for a reasonable charge has also planned to further expand its services, the Chairman further added.

Pannipitiya Private Hospital is also the first hospital in Sri Lanka to get all its functions accredited with ISO 9001-2008 Standards, and for its high quality services has also obtained several local as well as foreign standard certifications under its name previously.

The hospital also provides state of the art 5D Ultrasound Scanner tests and CT scanner tests and several other high Tec tests for a very reasonable price to its patients. The specialty of Pannipitiya Private Hospital is, under its policy to cut off unwanted expenses and provide services for a relatively cheaper reasonable price to its patients, the hospital’s ability to provide its services for a relatively cheaper price in comparison to other private hospitals. All inquiries of the public and patients can be resolved by calling phone numbers 0114328880 and 0114328884.


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