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Doc990 partners 99RetailStreet to make channelling more accessible


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From left: Digital Health Ltd.IT Head Indike Gunathilake, Aequm PTE Ltd. CEO Alok Jayant, Digital Health Ltd. CEO Apsara Wijayawardene, and Digital Health Ltd. Business Development Head Dilhan Jayatilleke

 

 

Doc990, Sri Lanka’s pioneering digital health portal, has partnered with 99RetailStreet to allow customers to make doctor’s appointments via Doc990 at all 99RetailStreet-enabled pharmacies in the country. 99RetailStreet kiosks are currently located at over 230 pharmacies in the Colombo district, and customers may simply visit any of these location points to make an appointment. The partnership aims to provide customers with unmatched convenience and ease, and is yet another easily accessible channel offered via Doc990.

 


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