Pan Asia Bank improves facilities at Batticaloa Teaching Hospital | Sunday Observer

Pan Asia Bank improves facilities at Batticaloa Teaching Hospital

In keeping with the Pan Asia Bank CSR initiative to improve hospital facilities around the country, the Eastern Area Branches of Pan Asia Bank completed a project at the Teaching Hospital, Batticaloa recently.

The Batticaloa Teaching Hospital, the main hospital in the Eastern Province is the only teaching hospital in the province.The hospital consists of 40 wards with over 1,100 beds of which 150 are in the three paediatric wards.

The patients are served by 200 doctors and 500 nurses. Over 100,000 indoor patients and over 400,000 outdoor patients receive treatment at this hospital. Pan Asia Bank staff members cleaned the paediatric wards 27 and 28, added curtains to both wards, and donated 300 mosquito nets. In addition, they handed over a fully furnished lactation room for the mothers at the hospital.

The staff members also added specially designed, colorful ward files that can be easily organised. A full day of work by the bank staff members made the hospital wards looking spruced up and new, uplifting the conditions for the patients. 

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