Joint Academic Meeting with College of Surgeons

The College of Medical Administrators (CMASL) renewing the role of guiding health development of the country held the first ever joint academic session with the College of Surgeons Sri Lanka (CSSL) on 18th of June, 2016 at the auditorium of Lady Ridgeway Children’s Hospital. The theme was “Medical Administrators and Surgeons: on a common platform to improve Patient Care”. Membership of both colleges were well represented and there were a total of 79 participants at this event.

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Visit of the Council Members 2016 with the Minister of Health and Indigenous Medicine, Hon. Dr. Rajitha Senarathne

The CMASL council paid a courtesy call to introduce the new council to the Hon. Minister of Health and Indigenous Medicine Dr. Rajitha Senarathne on 31st of May 2016. President Dr. Shanti Dalpatadu thanked the Minister for accepting the CMASL request and asked the members to introduce themselves to the Hon. Minister. There were altogether 23 members and past presidents.

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Pre Congress Work shop on Medical Leadership


Organized by

The College of Medical Administrators of Sri Lanka


23rd July 2016 at Hotel Kingsbury Colombo.

 Supported by

Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management- UK.



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Induction of new president of CMASL

Induction of 23rd President of the College of Medical Administrators of Sri-Lanka, Dr Shanti Dalpatadu, was held on the 18th day of March 2016 at Hotel Kingsbury Colombo.

President in his Induction speech spoke on two aspects

  • Formation of CMASL
  • Theme for the year 2016

"Building a Culture of Excellence in Medical Administration"

He said in order to do this he wanted to refer to the greats of the 20th century and to find out those role models or excellent medical administrators through a research study. From this he wanted to show how the traits and styles of these great medical administrators enabled us to have one of the best health services in the region He said the intention this year was to building a culture, and the way forward is to create a behavioural change in young administrators and to make them aspire to be excellent Medical Administrators. He thereafter outlined the planned activities he proposes for this year to achieve this objective.

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