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Access to quality private healthcare for Government employees by Lanka Hospitals


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From left: Lanka Hospitals Manager Legal Nuwanthi Gunewardena, Lanka Hospitals Assistant Manager Marketing Thanujaya Gunasekara, Lanka Hospitals Chief Marketing Officer Nimal Rathnayake, Lanka Hospitals and Lanka Hospitals & Diagnostics Group Chief Executive Officer Dr. Prasad Medawatte,NITF Chief Executive Officer Sanath C. De Silva, NITF Chairman Manjula De Silva, Agrahara Assistant Manager Anura Samarakoon, Manager (Branch Supervision) Nimali Perera and Assistant Manager (Legal) Udari Ranhotigamage

Lanka Hospitals and the National Insurance Trust Fund (NITF) for the seventh consecutive year entered into an affiliation offering Government employees access to high quality private healthcare services at affordable costs. 

All public sector employees are automatically entitled to NITF’s health insurance scheme titled Agrahara. The affiliation between the NITF and Lanka Hospitals will eventually make high expenditure private medical treatment like Heart bypass (CABG) and kidney surgery, hip and knee replacement surgeries more affordable to all public sector employees covered under this scheme. 

Lanka Hospitals, in its seventh year in to the affiliation with NITF, is the pioneer and the preferred hospital by Agrahara insurance policy holders in Sri Lanka.

 


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