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AIA staff brightens 50-year-old base hospital in Mahiyanganaya


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60 of AIA’s staff from the head office and regional offices from as far as the north and east, gathered to travel to Mahiyanganaya to give the 50-year-old Mahiyanganaya Base Hospital a clean-up and a new coat of paint. 

The hospital looks after a large number of patients, with the OPD catering to a population of over 550,000 in the region. AIA’s team of enthusiastic volunteers colour-washed and cleaned the entire OPD unit and also renovated the two washrooms. 

Dr. Prasad Jayasundara – the medical superintendent of Mahiyanganaya Base Hospital thanked AIA for their efforts and noted that this will certainly help in enabling a positive environment for patients. 

 


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