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Doc990 service extends booking facilities to Lanka Hospitals


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From left: Lanka Hospitals Chief Marketing Officer Nimal Ratnayake, Lanka Hospitals Group Chief Information Officer Kanishka Kulasekara, Lanka Hospitals Group Chief Executive Officer Dr. Prasad Medawatte, Digital Health Chief Executive Officer Apsara Wijayawardene, Digital Health Head of Business Development Dilhan Jayatilleke and Digital Health Business Development Manager Navodha Rathnayake 

Doc990, Sri Lanka’s pioneering digital health solutions service provider, recently announced the extension of its booking services to include Lanka Hospitals. This integration will allow Doc990 users to make bookings at Lanka Hospitals with ease, by simply dialing 990, visiting www.doc.lk or via the Doc990 mobile app (available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store).

Doc990 users can now conveniently access Lanka Hospital’s extensive network of over 600 consultants covering a wide range of specialties and benefit from world-class medical care that is both affordable and easily accessible. This announcement follows Doc990’s impressive portfolio of services, currently available at over 107 hospitals across the country, ensuring comprehensive healthcare services to multiple segments of society. 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 health care value chain.


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