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Sri Lanka Chamber of Medical Devices Industry appoints new committee at 3rd AGM


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The Sri Lanka Chamber of Medical Devices Industry (SLCMDI) appointed its new committee at the third Annual General Meeting held at the Cinnamon Grand Colombo recently. George Steuart Health Executive Director Eran Ranasinghe took over the presidency for the year 2018 following two years of service as secretary of the chamber. Eran succeeded Diligence Healthcare Managing Director Saman Hulangamuwa, who was president in 2017. Chief Guest at the event was Minister of Health Dr. Rajitha Senaratne. National Medicines Regulatory Authority Chairman Prof. Asita De Silva also attended the event along with officials from the State Pharmaceuticals Corporation, Biomedical Engineering Services, Department of Public Finance and other stakeholders of the industry – Pix by Upul Abayasekara


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