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Doc990 introduces ongoing appointment number feature at Nawaloka Hospital Negombo


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From left: Digital Health Assistant Manager – Product Development Prasanna Dahanayake, Nawaloka Hospital Negombo Manager – Finance and Operations Gayan Wanniarachchi, Nawaloka Hospitals Head of Finance and Corporate Planning Nalaka Niroshana, Digital Health Chief Executive Officer Apsara Wijayawardene, Digital Health Assistant Manager – Business Development Navodha Rathnayake and Digital Health Head of Business Development Dilhan Jayatilleke

Doc990, Sri Lanka’s fastest and smartest digital health app, announced the launch of its ongoing appointment number service at Nawaloka Hospital Negombo. For the first time in Sri Lanka, customers can now track an ongoing appointment number as a value-added service.

With the service, users may remotely check the ongoing appointment number of their consultation with the doctor, from the convenience of their mobile phone via the Doc990 mobile app or on the Doc.lk website. The service was launched to primarily reduce waiting time in a hospital to meet the doctor and for enhanced convenience. 

Patients are required to type in the Doc990 reference number and their mobile number via the Doc990 ‘My Booking’ feature on the mobile app or website to check the appointment number currently receiving consultation/treatment from the doctor. Doc990 aims to extend the ongoing appointment number service to all leading private hospitals providing convenience and value to its users’ island wide.

Doc990 digitally empowers a user’s experience whilst extending a wide spectrum of healthcare services from the convenience of their mobile phones and website. Doc990 is integrated with mobile operators and banks for multiple payment options such as add to bill, eZ Cash, Genie, Amex, Visa and Master Card. 


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