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The SRI LANKA MEDICAL COUNCIL is a statutory body established for the purpose of protecting health care seekers by ensuring the maintenance of academic and professional standards, discipline and ethical practice by health professionals who are registered with it.
As presently constituted the Council has representation from medical faculties of the state universities as well as from professionals in the state and private sector.
It is a body corporate having perpetual succession and a common seal.

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RELEASE OF THE ERPM PART D JUNE 2014 - OPTION 1- SUPPLEMENTARY RESULTS Calling for Applications: Examination for Registration to Practise Medicine (ERPM) PART A AND PART D 16 to 18 JULY 2014 Re-correction of Scripts ERPM Parts A and D and Option 2 (March 2014) -Results Calling for applications for the ERPM Viva Voce examination in Community Medicine and Forensic Medicine from Candidates who sat the Community Medicine and Forensic Medicine Viva Voce on 3rd, 7th and 10th March 2014 ERPM PARTS B & C - June 2014 -CALLING FOR APPLICATIONS

A SHORT HISTORY OF THE SRI LANKA MEDICAL COUNCIL

The Sri Lanka Medical Council? was established by the Medical (Amendment) Act No. 40 of 1998 when the title was substituted for the Ceylon Medical Council?. The Ceylon Medical Council (CMC) was established by the Medical Council Ordinance No. 24 of 1924. The first meeting of the CMC was held on 22nd June 1925 at 3.00 p.m. in the Colombo Medical Library, chaired by the first president, Dr. N. Duncan Walker. The other members of the Council were Doctors J.S.R. Gunawardana, R. Pestonjee, E.A. Cooray, J.O.B. Van Langenburg, Lucian De Zilva, H.M. Peiris, P.J. Chissel, Frank Gunasekera and G. Thornton. At this meeting, Dr. Lucian De Zilva was elected the Vice President and Prof. F.O.B. Ellison, the Registrar. Council meetings were held in the medical library up to January 1930 when meetings were held in the Board Room of the Medical College. The clerical and secretarial work of the Council was carried out by the staff of the Medical College until an office room was provided in the administrative block of the medical faculty in 1968. An office assistant and a peon were recruited with a part-time clerk.read more

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