Telephone numer of Colombo General Hospital?

Shantha . Posted in Health 6569 1 Comment

I need to find call Colombo General Hospital ward 73 as my uncle was admitted there. How can I find the telephone number of National Hospital of Sri Lanka?
If anyone knows the phone number of Colombo General Hospital/ National Hospital of Sri Lanka please let me know.

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  1. Krishantha says:

    I am sorry about your uncle and I understand the distressing situation you are in. Following is the phone numbers of Sri Lanka National Hospital or Colombo General Hospital.

    Colombo General Hospital/ Sri Lanka National hospital
    Phone number: 011-2691111

    If you are calling from overseas you have to add the country code and international prefix. For example if you are calling from USA or Canada the number you should use is : 011 94 11 2691111

    [ 011 – International prefix, 94 – international code to dial Sri Lanka, 11 – Code for Colombo ]

    National Hospital phone system has a automated call forwarding , I think it is 273 for the ward 73 extension (Not sure) but you can wait for the operator assistant.

    Following are list of hone numbers of other big hospitals in Sri Lanka.

    Anuradapura Hospital/ Anuradapura teaching hosital: 025 2222261-63
    Batticaloa General Hospital/ Batticaloa teaching Hospital: 065 2222261-62
    Cancer Institute / Cancer Hospital – Maharagama: 011 2850252-53/011 2842052/011 2897318
    Castle Street Hospital for Women: 011 2695529/011 2696231-32
    Ragama Hospital / Colombo North teaching hospital: 011 2959261-64/2960023
    Kalubowila Hospital/ Colombo South Teaching Hospital: 011 2763261
    Dental Institute – Colombo: 2693106/2678834
    Dental Institute – Maharagama: 011 2837988
    Dental Hospital – Peradeniya: 081 2387500
    De Soysa Hospital for Women: 011 2696224-26/2662619-23
    Eye Hospital: 011 2693911-15/011 2674983
    Lady Ridgeway Hospital for Children (LRH): 011 2693711-13/ 011 2689331-35
    Kandy General hospital/ kandy Teaching Hospital: 081 2233337-42/ 081 2222261
    Karapitiya Teaching Hospital: 091 2232176/ 091 2232250/ 091 2232251
    Kurunegala teaching Hospital: 037 2222261-63?037 2233906-09
    Mahamodara Teaching Hospital: 091 2222261/ 091 2234951
    Mental Hospital – Angoda: 011 2578234/2578237
    Peradeniya Teaching Hospital: 081 2388001-05/ 081 2388261
    Sri Jayawardenapura General Hospital: 011 2778610-12
    Kalutara General Hospital: 034 2229129/ 034 2236050-51
    Matara General Hospital: 041 2222261/63
    Kegalle General Hospital: 035 2222261-63/ 035 2223454

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Try Dr. Shanez Fernando, clinical psychologist at Lanka Hospitals. She has a holistic approach to such matters. Also, try listening to Byron Katie on You Tube. She has a simple method of self inquiry that could help you challenge your problem thoughts.

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It’s great that you mention meditation and surrender. I’ve also had a difficult childhood, and this has affected my mentality in many ways. Yet, as suggested by my psychologist Dr. Shanez Fernando (I highly recommend her by the way), I started to explore a more spiritual approach. This has helped me take a fresh look at my thought patterns that caused me to become so unhappy. As a result, I haven’t needed medication in over 4 years, and I haven’t needed to attend any other kind of formal therapy either.

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