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Asiri Group of Hospitals strengthens Medicare 2018 – National Healthcare Exhibition as Platinum Spon


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Asiri Group of Hospitals has once again embedded its commitment towards bringing the best in medical care to Sri Lankans when strengthening their ties with the country’s premier healthcare exhibition, Medicare 2018 – National Healthcare Exhibition as the Platinum Sponsor. 

Accordingly, Asiri Group of Hospitals will be the Official Hospital Partner, Official Neuro Care Partner as well as the Official Laboratory Partner for the ninth edition of the prestigious event.

MEDICARE 2018 is organised by the Ministry of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine in collaboration with specialist medical associations and will be held at the Sirimavo Bandaranaike Memorial Exhibition Hall in Colombo from 2 to 4 March and in Jaffna from 9 to 11 March at the Weerasigham Hall from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. respectively.

With continuous upgrades and refurbishments, Asiri Group of Hospitals is widely recognised for its superior modern equipment and reliable laboratory facilities in the country.  Asiri Group of Hospitals is planning to offer a number of free services and advisory services during the MEDICARE 2018 exhibition to the general public.

Further information about ‘MEDICARE 2018’ can be obtained by contacting the officials on 0777 287072 or by visiting the official web portal of the event www.medicare.lk. Stay tuned to updates on ‘MEDICARE 2018’ via social media by visiting www.facebook.com/medicare.lk.


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