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Services of Apollo Hospitals accessible from Sri Lanka again


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Apollo Hospitals India Representative Office in Sri Lanka-Medref Services (Pvt) Ltd. (Apollo Rep Office) is a pioneering medical tourism company and has a decade long experience in the industry, working with many leading local and international hospitals as well as medical and pharmaceutical companies.

Apollo Rep Office acts as a facilitator to suggest the best solutions for all your health care needs and concerns. They also assist you to obtain special packages for treatment including cost estimates and treatment plans.

Advising on planning your finances and obtaining leave approvals from your office are few out of many other services that Apollo Hospitals India Representative Office offers.

They also makes your medical journey a simple one by arranging flights, visa, airport pickups and transfers, to and from the hospital while also arranging accommodation during your stay.

At the same time  if you find yourself struggling for funds to meet your medical requirement for the treatment plan at Apollo Hospitals India, the Apollo Rep Office services also goes the extra mile by assisting you find funds from donor organizations in Sri Lanka and overseas. They have a database of foreign and local donors for medical assistance.

Further, they provide an ‘Information Pack’ which contains details of your treatment, CV of the surgeon, pictures of the hospital, and a guide to have treatment abroad.

Apollo Rep Office coordinates treatment and corresponds on your behalf with the doctor who will be treating you as well as support line for friends and family back home while also finding access to have comprehensive state of the art routine health check-ups.

Apollo Rep Office makes sure to handle your concerns after the procedure with your specialist abroad (Post- Procedure care). Further, upon your requirement, organizes recuperation holidays and sight-seeing tours.

Most excitingly, all the services of Apollo Rep Office come to you completely free of charge.

Apollo Hospitals consists of 8500 beds cross 50 Hospitals in India and overseas, neighbourhood diagnostic clinics, an extensive chain of Apollo Pharmacies, medical BPO as well as health insurance services and clinical research divisions working on the cutting edge of medical sciences.

Apollo Hospitals India is a healthcare powerhouse that unites exceptional clinical success rates and superior technology with centuries old traditions of Eastern care and warmth.

They also hold the Gold Standard for hospitals under the JCIA Accreditation.

Procedures that require superior technology such as liver transplants, bone marrow transplant, brain tumours and various cancers and investigations, keyhole surgeries, robotic surgeries, plastic and cosmetic surgeries as well as complicated neurosurgeries are conducted by specialists at Apollo Hospitals, India.

Apollo Hospital previously had a branch here in Sri Lanka. However, a few years ago, Apollo closed down operations in the Sri Lankan branch, creating a void where patients could no longer have access to the medical care of the hospital.

However, Medref Services, as the advocate between the patient and Apollo Hospitals India, has thus bridged the gap and gained access to world class medical treatment once again for Sri Lankans. For further information visit www.medref.lk/ Apollo Rep Office, 102A, Horton Place, Colombo 7. Tel: 0112682727 or 0117632000.


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