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Durdans Hospital Health Checks for comprehensive preventive care and improved quality of life


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Health checks done regularly can help identify risk factors before they evolve into an illness or detect diseases at an early stage. Another advantage of health checks is the fact that risk factors and symptoms of critical illnesses are not always visible or felt. Comprehensive Health Checks at Durdans Hospital are aimed at preserving individual health and are designed to screen risk factors and symptoms for multiple non communicable diseases simultaneously.

An array of screening/diagnostic health checks are provided at the Durdans Executive Wellness Centre. Health checks are designed to meet the personalised needs of individuals. Basic Health Check, Regular Health Check, Executive Health Check and Platinum Health Check are screening packages each with a differing range of tests that are designed to look into different aspects of health in a holistic manner.

The newly refurbished Executive Wellness Centre, located on the 3rd floor, is a one-stop screening facility where individuals and families can experience convenience and superior service. Dr. Shreen Willathgamuwa, Resident Family Physician at Durdans Hospital offers a free consultation to all individuals, where their personal and family history will be discussed. Dr. Willathgamuwa says, “This is an important area in the health check up process to customise the most suitable Health Check package and other relevant tests.” Following the screening, the results will be interpreted along with a complete physical examination. A referral is done if needed.

As Heart Disease is a leading concern for many Sri Lankans, Good Heart Good Health Packages from Durdans Hospital are tailor-made screening packages for heart health. Both men and women can choose a regular or executive package to get an assessment of their heart condition. The choice of the cardiologist remains with the patient.

Durdans Hospital is a pioneer in preventive healthcare where a multidisciplinary panel of experienced specialists lends their expertise for a comprehensive diagnosis. The accuracy of health checks are supported by specialised and state of the art radiological and laboratory services.

 


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