The major benefit of learning clinical skills through mannequin is that students can learn bytrial and error without harming a real-life patient. Students remember the cases where theyscrew up and learning from those builds confidence and comfort when working in hospitalsettings.
Our Diploma in Nursing II (2018 batch) Students have successfully completed their courses and have done a going down the party with the presence of all the Lectures.
Practical exam carried for the third year ( 2nd semester ) students in Diploma in nursing – II ( 2018 batch )
A practical session conducted for the DIN IV batch on the topic of Ethics and Professionalism by Dr C.S Nachchinarkinian.
Birthday celebration of our happy client who has come to our centre for rehabilitation after laminectomy surgery — celebrating a birthday.
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Our 8 hours First Aid Workshop is ongoing Starting from today at 8.am to 4.00 pm, and we have consulted 2 days for a workshop that is designed to teach basic lifesaving first aid skills and at the end of the workshop, a certificate will be issued to the students for their participation and […]
Thai Pongal Festival Celebration in 2020, organised by the students and staff of the Institute of Medical sciences held on 15th January 2020 at the Green Memorial hospital premises.
Skills Sector Development Programme of the Government of Sri Lanka joined hands with 69 Vocational Training Providers (VTPs) to train & develop skills of almost 4000 unemployed youths in the fields of hospitality, manufacturing, construction, agriculture, ICT/Healthcare and other service sectors. Institute of Health Sciences (IMS), Manipay, has been selected as one of the VTPs […]
Mr.David Rasiah and Mr.Michael Arnold fore front of the Ride for Ceylon fund raising programme handed over Patient Transport vehicle to Institute of Medical sciences on 28th August ,2019. This vehicle will improve the capacity of the Green Memorial Hospital and Institute of Medical Sciences to provide transport services to the patient on the ground. […]
Mr.Michael Arnold (Ride for Ceylon, Fund raiser) ,on behalf of Mrs Annegret Kitzman- Schubert from wonder Value World in Sri Lanka and Munch/Germany donated Physiotherapy Aids to our Neuro Rehabilitaion unit. Through this, he has handed over Functional Knee support, knee Immobilizer, Knee Brace, Shoulder Immobilizer, Cervical collar soft, Ankle binder, wrist splint and medical […]
The newly renovated Green Memorial Hospital, Family Medicine unit was Re-dedicated by the Rt.Rev.Dr.D.S.Thiagarajah,Ph.D. Bishop, J.D.C.S.J and Chairman ,A.C.M on 28th August ,2019. This was renovated with the support of Professor M.Thuraiappah (consultant Family physician in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and the Ride for Ceylon led by Mr.David Rasiah and Mr.Michael Arnold. Professor Jayantha Arnold,(consultant Physician […]
Institute of Medical Sciences,(IMS) hosted an interactive “Career Guidance” session for the students from Rotaract Club of Nallur Heritage and the IMS students and staffs. It was conducted on 21st July ,2019 at the IMS Lecture hall from 9.00am – 12.00pm. It was conducted under the leadership of Dr.Surenthirakumaran,(president,IMS),Mr. Sajarooban (Treasurer , IMS) and Mr.Sheron […]
A 4Days Cycling Programme in Order to Improve the Historical Development of GMH (Green Memorial Hospital) Which was established in the early 18th Century and the First Medical School in Southern Asia. The Cycle ride was arranged under the Umbrella of “Ride for Ceylon” “City tats” of Australia, “St Tomian’s Riders” of Colombo, Volunteers from […]