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Browns Hospitals’ continued excellence in Sri Lankan healthcare recognised at Dental Awards 2018


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From left: Head of Finance Niroshan Prasanna, Dental Surgeon Dr. Amodini Rajakaruna, Chief Operating Officer Charitha Jayasingha, Director Medical Services Dr. Upul Ilangasinghe, Head of Quality Assurance and Facilities Rasika Samarasekara and Senior Executive Sales and Marketing Sanjeewa Appuhamy

Brown Hospitals, a fast-growing healthcare service provider, was recently awarded the 1st Runner Up prize in the Best Practice Brand and Design category at the inaugural Dental Awards 2018. 

The event, which was held at the Nelum Pokuna Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre, was organised by the General Dental Practitioners Association (GDPA) in partnership with Oram Ltd. to recognise the very best dentists in the country, promote dental tourism to Sri Lanka and improve the local industry. The theme of the event was ‘Going Global’.

Commenting on their latest victory, Browns Hospitals Chief Operating Officer Charitha Jayasingha said, “It is an honour to be recognised at this prestigious forum in the presence of our esteemed colleagues. This award is further validation of the strength of the Browns Hospitals brand that has in a short time garnered the respect and trust of Sri Lankans across the island. We are humbled by this acknowledgement of our continuous efforts to raise the level of healthcare in the country through focused investments in modern technology and skills development that put us on par with world class institutions.”

This latest win comes on the heels of Browns Hospitals being recognised with a Merit Award in the healthcare related services category at the prestigious National Business Excellence Awards 2018. Their steadfast commitment to excellence and patient-focused approach to every aspect of healthcare have made Browns Hospitals a trusted named in the industry. 

Browns Hospitals, a fully-fledged 70 bed hospital in Ragama, is a subsidiary of local conglomerate Browns Group. The multi-specialty hospital is equipped with the latest technology in medical diagnostics comprising of a modern endoscopy unit; ultrasound scanning; CT and MRI scanning; and advanced medical and surgical therapeutic technology. It is the first in a chain of secondary care general hospitals and diagnostic centres which are dedicated to providing high quality and personalised care to every patient through a comprehensive and integrated clinical practice.

Browns Hospitals has a high profile medical team of well qualified and recognised visiting consultants in all specialties and in-house doctors along with a qualified nursing staff with both private and state sector experience. It is also the first and only hospital to receive ISO 9001:2015 certification from the Sri Lanka Standards Institute for Healthcare.


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