The Phoenix Homeopathic Private Hospital was recently inaugurated under the patronage of the Stete Minister of Indigenous Medicine Mr. Sisira Jayakodi.
Homeopathic practitioner, Dr. P.M. Chatura Hatharasinghe took the initiative to launch this private hospital, which provides treatment under the world-recognised homeopathic medical field. Having completed a degree in homeopathic medicine from the National Institute of Homeopathy in Calcutta, India, with a scholarship received from the Ministry of Indigenous Medicine, Dr. Hatharasinghe has been working in the country as a government-registered homeopathic practitioner for more than four years.
Phoenix Hospital can be considered as the first homeopathic private hospital built in Sri Lanka fully equipped with modern facilities. Patients visiting it near Eldeniya Church in Kadawatha can receive homeopathic medical treatment as well as psychological treatment and psychiatric consultation services related to homeopathic medicine.
Phoenix Hospital has a qualified and experienced medical and nursing staff to treat any medical condition with homeopathic medicine. Homeopathic Practitioner Dr. Nayanaka De Alwis has also joined Phoenix Hospitals to treat patients. Dr. Hatharasinghe, who has gained significant reputation by treating both local and foreign patients, spoke during the event and said:
“Nowadays, many patients around the world have turned to homeopathic medicine and have been cured. Especially in Sri Lanka, many people have great faith in homeopathic medicine. Phoenix Hospital is capable of promoting homeopathic medicine in Sri Lanka as well as providing quick recovery to patients. I am especially thankful to the State Minister of Indigenous Medicine Sisira Jayakodi, for his support in making this task a success.”