Super specialty hospital opened in Sri Lanka, President Wickremesinghe praised
Super Specialty Hospital: Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe on Tuesday appreciated the opening of a charitable super specialty hospital in the country. This charitable hospital has been opened by the Indian organization Sri Sathya Sai Sanjivani in Batticaloa. Wickremesinghe said the institution has demonstrated “the true meaning of brotherhood” in these challenging times.
Spiritual guru Sadguru Sri Madhusudan Sai inaugurated the first phase of the 75-bed Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Super Specialty Hospital in Batticaloa on Tuesday. The region has faced civil war for many years and is home to more than 30,000 war widows.
An example of brotherhood presented in difficult times
Appreciating the services of the organization, Wickremesinghe said in his message, “The services being provided completely free of cost by this foundation become more important in view of the economic difficulties being faced by us in the country at the present time.” He said that ‘Sai Sanjeevani India’ has “demonstrated the true meaning of brotherhood during these challenging times by setting up the hospital.”
He said, “I understand that the Foundation, since its inception in 2017, has treated more than 16,000 patients. The services provided are inspiring and their vision for the future health mission with this special hospital is something truly special.”
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