Ashraff Memorial Hospital is a government hospital in Kalmunai, Sri Lanka. It is controlled by the central government in Colombo. As of 2010 it had 310 beds.The hospital is sometimes called Kalmunai South Base Hospital or Kalmunai South Hospital.
- We welcome you to the website of Ashraff Memorial Hospital Kalmunai.
Ashraff Memorial Hospital is one of the major health institution in the costal area of Ampara district.
We deliver the patient care services with atmost care and commitment by the devoted staff with the available facilities.
In order to improve the quality of services every effort is taken to utilize the facilities available efficiently.
We look forward your valuable suggestion.
Any suggestion or support to improve the quality of services or the extend the services to satisfy the need of the population will be appreciated.
A healthier region that contributes to its economic, social, mental and spiritual development.
To contribute to social and economic development of Sri Lanka by achieving the highest attainable health status through preventive, curative and rehabilitative services of high quality made available and accessible to people of the region.
Customer oriented health service provision
Empowering staff Leadership
Pleasurable working environment
Positive thinking of leadership and staffs
Commitment of staff
Being recognized by other stakeholders and public as a good health service providing institution
Initiative and effective supportive participation for public health services delivery to the community
Contact information :
Postal Address : Main Street , Kalmunai
Telephone no : 067 2229496
Fax : 067 2221922
Hospital Email : email@example.com
|2018.06.03 || Annual Ifthar|
|2018.06.17||Stone Laying Ceremony of A& E Building|
Sri Lankan Health Minister Dr.Rajitha Senaratne has been elected as Deputy Chairman of World Health Organization Executive Board in Geneva
Sri Lanka’s Health Minister Dr. Rajitha Senaratne elected as Vice-Chair of WHO Executive Board in Geneva
Several delegations congratulated Dr. Rajitha Senaratne, Minister of Health, Nutrition, and Indigenous Medicine of Sri Lanka on being elected as a Vice-Chair of the Executive Board (EB) of the World Health Organization (WHO) for a term of one year during the 143rd session of the EB/WHO held in Geneva from 28-29 May 2018. Sri Lanka currently serves as a Member of the Executive Board, elected for a term of three years in May 2017.
Members of the South East Asia Region (SEAR) unanimously nominated Dr. Rajitha Senaratne to the post of Vice-Chair from SEAR.
Dr. Senaratne thanking the Executive Board on his election, emphasized the necessity of learning from the experiences of peers, while sharing Sri Lanka’s experiences with them towards achieving Universal Health Coverage, a goal agreed in the UN Development Agenda 2030.
During his participation of the 71st session of the World Health Assembly (WHA71) and the 143rd session of the Executive Board meeting (EB143) of the WHO, Sri Lanka received special compliments as a country which has taken progressive measures towards realization of SDG 3-Universal Health Coverage and launched bold initiatives on control of NCDs and access to affordable medicines.
Minister Senaratne had been invited to address the Panel Discussion – ‘Saving lives, Spending less: A Strategic Response to Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs)’ jointly organized by the WHO and the WHO Goodwill Ambassador for NCDs Mr. Michael Bloomberg, on the sidelines of WHA71 in recognition of Sri Lanka’s achievements in the health care sector under his stewardship.
Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka
30 May 2018