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Doc990 and Mc Leod Hospital Jaffna partner to offer convenient medical services for patients


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From left: Executive – Business Development, Digital Health Praveen Niyothan, Head of Business Unit, Digital Health Reza Aniff, Mc Leod Hospital Jaffna Director Dr. B. Sayanthan, Head of Business Development, Digital Health Dilhan Jayatilleke, and Manager – Business Development, Digital Health Navoda Ratnayake


 

Doc990, Sri Lanka’s pioneering digital health solutions service provider, powered by Dialog Axiata PLC, Sri Lanka’s premier connectivity provider, recently announced its partnership with Mc Leod Hospital – Jaffna to facilitate a plethora of medical services for patients, from the convenience of their mobile phone and website.

Doc990 currently offers a range of medical services including doctor channelling sessions at hospitals islandwide for physical consultations, the Tele-Doctor service, where leading consultants can be contacted over the phone, medicine delivery and access to lab reports at key laboratories via the Doc990 web portal.

In partnering with Mc Leod Hospital, one of the leading private hospitals in Jaffna, the innovative Doc990 platform now offers its services with an even wider hospital selection (over 115 hospitals) across Sri Lanka, complete with updates on the doctor channelling queue in real-time via the Doc990 mobile app or www.doc.lk website, resulting in unmatched convenience and efficient time management for patients as they access health services.

A joint venture between Sri Lanka’s premier connectivity provider, Dialog Axiata PLC, and three leading private hospital groups; Asiri Hospital Holdings PLC, Nawaloka Hospitals PLC and Ceylon Hospitals PLC (Durdans), Digital Health aims to implement and develop a state-of-the-art, integrated, e-commerce infrastructure for Sri Lanka’s healthcare sector, through the provision of a digitally-enabled medical appointment management for healthcare providers, extending to several innovative new elements for Sri Lanka’s digital healthcare value chain.

Patients can make appointments by calling 990, visiting www.doc.lk or via the Doc990 mobile app available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store, while the Ongoing Number Service can be accessed through the mobile app and website.

 


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