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Apeksha IVF wins Merit Award at CNCI Achiever Awards 2017


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Apeksha IVF and Research Centre, Ratmalana was recently recognised with a National Level service sector Merit Award at the CNCI Achiever Awards 2017 for Industrial Excellence.

President Maithripala Sirisena was the Chief Guest and presented the awards at the mega ceremony which was organised by the Ceylon National Chamber of Industries (CNCI) for the 16th time at the Galadari Hotel in Colombo. 

The core concept of Apeksha IVF is to provide high quality fertility treatments to all couples in ethical manner at an affordable price. Apeksha signed MOU with Kasturba Medical College, University of Manipal for knowledge sharing. Apeksha IVF trains gynaecologists and scientists to provide a better service for such couples.

Apeksha IVF has created a strong brand in terms of latest technology use, success rates and patient satisfaction. 

The Apeksha group consists of Apeksha Fertility Centre Ltd., Apeksha IVF & Research Centre Ltd., Ratmalana where its state-of-the-art IVF theatre is located, and Apeksha Women’s Health Foundation Ltd., the CSR arm of the group.


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