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Pan Asia Bank island wide CSR initiative extends to Embilipitiya to help patients at local hospitals


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Pan Asia Bank Area Manager Southern Anuradha Ranaweera and Manager Embilipitiya Branch Dammika Bandara handing over the hospital equipment to DMO Padalangala Dr. Susantha Kariyawasam and OIC Padalangala Police Wasantha Alahakoon

 

As a part of the mega CSR initiative launched by Pan Asia Bank to upgrade the facilities of selected government hospitals around the island, the Embilipitiya branch of Pan Asia Bank went on to renovate Chandrikawewa Regional Hospital’s Ward No: 1. The hospital serves a large number of patients in the area but had not been recently renovated and the patients had been facing major inconveniences due to the dilapidated state of the hospital. 

The branch staff, along with Regional Manager Anuradha Ranaweera came forward to assist the hospital by devoting their time and energy to complete the required renovations. 

Under this mega CSR initiative by Pan Asia Bank, more than eight hospitals have benefited which are namely, Peradeniya – Digana Rehabilitation Hospital, Sirimavo Bandaranaike Children’s Hospital, Nawalapitiya General Hospital, Batticaloa Teaching Hospital, Padalangala District Hospital, Provincial Hospital Kurunegala, Suwamedura Dental Clinic and Horana Base Hospital.

 


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