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Ruhunu Hospital Life Membership now offers greater benefits for customers


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Ruhunu Hospital Ltd., which is one of the leading private hospitals in the Southern Province, is offering membership to its customers to enjoy greater benefits.

Ruhunu Hospital Co-CEO Janith Liyanage (left) handing over the Ruhunu Life Membership card to customer Dushan Maduranga at the hospital premises

It can be obtained by paying a one-time fee of Rs. 990 without any renewal or annual fee. Payments for the membership cards can be made via online payment scheme or through Visa or MasterCard. The beneficiary will be entitled to enjoy up to 30% discount on Standard and Air Conditioned Rooms, and 5% discount on X-rays, CT scan and/Mammography services.

The membership card is issued to those who are above 15 years of age, but two minors (below 15 year of age) are entitled to enjoy these benefits if a parent is a member of the scheme. Ruhunu Hospital Life Membership scheme has partnered with more than 20 brands in the Southern Province to offer valuable discounts for our customers, in addition to the medical benefits. 

“This pioneering concept will enable us to add more benefits and ensure convenience and satisfaction of customers as well. Because we place great value on the well being of our customers and the Life Membership Scheme will further broaden the objectives we have as a leading healthcare provider in the Southern Province,” Ruhunu Hospital Chairman Deepal Wickremasinghe said.

It recently opened another Medical Centre at Baddegama and a Nursing College at Karapitiya as part of their expansion process in the Southern Province.


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