Accident and Emergency Service Unit
- Teaching Hospital Kandy receives about 800-1000 admissions daily from 2/3 rd of Sri Lanka. However current Emergency Treatment unit has limited facilities to cater the demand. Therefore in 2017 with the aid from World Bank construction of new Accident and Emergency unit has been launched.
- The upcoming five storied A & E unit will compose of triage bay, radiology department, two short stay wards and operation theatre complex. It is expected to be completed by June 2019.
Thalassemia and Bone Marrow Transplant Unit
- Thalassemia is a major concern in central and north western part of the country. However, the treatment and screening facilities are limited at whole region. Lanka Thalassemia Circle pioneered the establishment of Tallahassee treatment unit program at Teaching Hospital Kandy in year 2017. As a result of the initiative Government of Sri Lanka funded to establish a Thalassemia and Bone Marrow transplant Unit at Teaching Hospital Kandy.
- The project will end by the mid-2018.
Cancer treatment unit at Teaching Hospital Kandy is only second to Apeksha Cancer Hospital - Maharagama. However, the available facilities for cancer treatment is far more behind the expected standard. To overcome this need Cancer Society initiated the Cancer Treatment Complex Construction project where total oncology and onco-surgery facilities with modern equipment and treatment facilities provided under one roof.
Currently the project is funded by the Government of Sri Lanka. Building expected to be completed by mid-2019 and by end of the project cancer treatment unit will accommodate radio nuclear investigation department, radiotherapy department, chemotherapy unit, outpatient department, oncology ward complex, onco-surgical wards and operation theatre complex.