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Browns Hospitals partners with PATHE Global Campus


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From left: Browns Hospital Deputy Chief Matron Aruna Dharma, Browns Hospital Chief Matron Jayanthi Perera, Browns Hospital Chief Medical Officer Dr. T. Yogarathnam, Browns Hospital Human Resources Head and Group HR Manager Sarath Thenuwara, Chief Operating Officer Charith Jayasingha, PATHE Global Campus Registrar Prof. S.V. Parameswaran, PATHE Global Campus Senior Assistant General Manager Amila Bandara, PATHE Global Campus Assistant Manager Sumudu Thilakarathne, PATHE Global Campus Assistant Manager Wasana Ganegama, PATHE Global Campus Assistant Manager Harshana Perera 

 

 

Browns Hospitals, a fast-growing healthcare provider and the healthcare arm of Brown & Company PLC, has signed an MoU with PATHE Global Campus (formerly known as PATHE Academy) to be their healthcare training partner. Students of PATHE Global Campus who successfully complete their Advanced Diploma in Nursing/MLT/Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine now have the opportunity to follow their internship program at Browns Hospitals, Ragama. 

The fully-fledged multi-specialty general hospital is equipped with the state-of-the-art medical diagnostic technology including CT and MRI scanning and advanced medical and surgical therapeutic technology which is now available for the clinical training of intern students of PATHE Global Campus. 

With Browns Hospitals’ highly qualified and experienced staff, PATHE students will receive high quality training in a modern environment allowing them to enter highly demanded healthcare careers in Nursing, MLT and Physiotherapy.

PATHE Global Campus, the number one private sector healthcare educational provider in Sri Lanka, offers great opportunities for students to obtain professional and academic qualifications in many disciplines since 1996. 

PATHE Faculty of Health Sciences offers world class academic and professional programs for Sri Lankan youth. 

The students can choose from a range of Foundation, Diploma and Higher National Diploma level programs in Health Sciences, General Nursing, Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine and Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT). 


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