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Project Progress

Recognizing the enormous benefit it will bring to the community, descendents of the hospital’s founder B. A. Semaneris Appuhamy lead by his youngest son Mr. Bamunu Arachchige Mahipala have come forward to contribute to the development of the hospital to meet the needs of the future.

OPD Building Project (Phase1 – Stage1)

As per the master plan Phase Bamunu Arachchi Foundation completed the Phase 1 Stage 1 of Ran Mehewara Project with a 30,000 Square Feet, 3 Story Building which housed the OPD clinics and diagnostic facilities.     The ground floor consist of patients examination rooms, injection room, wound dressing room,[…]


Ward Complex Project (Phase1 – Stage2)

Under the Phase 1 Stage 2 of the Ran Mehewara Project we built a 300 Bed Ward Complex for the Homagama Base Hospital.  


Operating Theatre Complex (Phase 2- Stage1)

The project now moves in to Phase 2. Phase 2 of the Master Plan is an Operating Theatre Complex.  This is designed as a 2 storey building with a floor area of 13,000 square feet.  This will be a state of the art facility containing 4 independent operating theater rooms[…]

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The family, friends and well wishes of late Mr. Ruwan Navaratne who passed away due to a tragic circumstance in Singapore at an age of 29 years pledges a donation of an Anesthesia Machine worth USD 21,000 (Rs, 2.8 million) to the Ran Mehewara project phase 2 stage 1 (proposed Operating Theater Complex) in[…]


Indu Dharmasena’s Stage drama , “Marupalanaya”

Indu Dharmasena’s Stage drama , “Marupalanaya” on Saturday at 25 th July 2015 Lionel Wendt. The total proceeds of the tickets and the sponsorships were donated to Bamunu Arachchi Foundation to build the Operation  Theatre Complex at Base Hospital  Homagama.


The Inception of the Homagama Hospital in 1946- by Damitha Dharmasena

Damitha Dharmasena   FCMA, DipM, MCIM Let us go back 63 years to try and visualize the conditions that prevailed in 1946 Ceylon. The entire world had suffered for 6 years with a ferocious and bitter war, the scale of which mankind had never known before, and thankfully not witnessed since.[…]


Reminisces and Tribute by Jeswyn Gunawardena

In the early 1940’s, as a twelve year old I came to associate with another boy of the same age group whose name was Dharmasena.  We lived in the same neighbourhood (Pannipitiya) and attended the same school – Nalanda Vidyalaya, Colombo. Dharmasena’s father was the eminent Semaneris Appuhamy of Homagama. […]

Current Project Proposal

Bamunu Arachchi Foundation Ran Mehewara Project - Proposed Operating Theatre Complex for the Base Hospital Homagama

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