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Ruhunu Hospital introduces IVF treatment

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Ruhunu Hospital Ltd., the leading Southern Province private healthcare provider, introduces ‘In Vitro Fertilization’ (IVF) which is the latest form of assisted reproductive technology available, at an affordable cost with state of the art facility and a team of experts specialised in IVF treatment. 

Infertility is a serious phenomenon all over the world which is caused due to various reasons including smoking, late marriages, menstrual irregularities and chronic illnesses etc. But today it’s possible to address the issue of infertility and realise the dream of having a baby, with advance technology such as IVF.

The Ruhunu Hospital IVF centre is a fully equipped laboratory with the latest equipment and technology. Regular quality control conducted to ensure high quality service whilst providing the best professional assistance available in fertility care.

It ensures high confidentiality in carrying out the procedures with personalised care and periodic checkups conducted by the qualified and friendly staff. The centre is open on all seven days of the week.

The Chairman of the Ruhunu Hospital speaking at the inauguration stated, “The new IVF wing will provide a state of the art facility in fertility care, at an affordable cost to all couples hoping to realise their dream of having a baby.” 

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