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Nawinna Medicare opens new maternity care unit


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Nawinna Medicare Hospitals, Maharagama (www.nawinna.com), the trusted healthcare provider with more than two decades of tradition, excellence and quality in providing medical care in a comfortable and convenient environment, proudly announces the opening of its fully-fledged maternity care unit. 

With a dedicated team of well-experienced healthcare professionals and well-equipped theatre facility and a labour room with cutting edge technology specially imported from Japan, the maternity care unit offers special caesarean and normal delivery packages with affordable prices, making it a better place for the expecting mothers to welcome their little bundles of joy.

The maternity care unit at Nawinna Medicare is a convenient place with a homely environment and superior care. Specialists and consultants practicing in leading government hospitals in Colombo such as De Zoysa hospital, Castle Street’s hospital for women, General hospitals of Kalubowila and Sri Jayawardanapura, Homagama base hospital and Kothalawala defense hospital are available at the maternity care unit. Experienced and efficient nursing staff dedicated for best care and spacious rooms with all modern facilities add more value and meaning to your stay.

Nawinna Medicare provides antenatal and post-delivery advice and awareness all free of charge while an immunity vaccination clinic is also included in the maternity care unit. An all-inclusive two-day resident caesarean delivery package is now in offer for a very reasonable price of Rs. 90,000 at Nawinna Medicare, Maharagama.  

 


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