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Pan Asia Bank Kalubowila to upgrade facilities at Blood Bank of Colombo South Hospital


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Colombo South Teaching Hospital Director Doctor Asela Gunawardena accepting the donation from Colombo Central Area Senior Area Manager Harsha Samaranayake while Branch Manager Kalubowila Branch Fahim Azhar, DGM – Marketing and Personal Banking Nalaka Wijewardana and AGM Branch Credit and Deposit Mobilisation Shiyan Perera look on

 

 

Pan Asia Bank Kalubowila Branch recently completed a CSR program to improve facilities at the Blood Bank of Colombo South (Kalubowila) Teaching Hospital. Under this initiative, Pan Asia Bank donated sofa seats for the use of blood donors which was a long felt requirement highlighted by the hospital management during a discussion with the bank staff.

Kalubowila hospital is one of the busiest teaching hospitals in Sri Lanka and a large number of donors daily visit the Blood Bank of this hospital to donate Blood for the use of patients who are in critical conditions.


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