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Vision Care expands islandwide network with latest outlet at Asiri Hospital Kandy


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From left: Chief Guests Vision Care Group of Companies Chairman Dasantha Fonseka, Asiri Hospital Kandy General Manager Nalin Pasquel and Suwasewana Hospital Consultant Ophthalmologist Dr. V. Shivantha cutting the ribbon for the opening of business

 Images of the Vision Care branch 

at Asiri Hospital Kandy
 

Vision Care, the market leader in eye care products in Sri Lanka, celebrated the latest addition to its expanding islandwide network with the ceremonious opening of its latest outlet located at the Ground Floor of Asiri Hospital Kandy. 

The Chief Guests at the event were Vision Care Group of Companies Chairman Dasantha Fonseka, Asiri Hospital Kandy General Manager Nalin Pasquel, Suwasewana Hospital Consultant Ophthalmologist Dr. V. Shivantha and General Hospital Kandy Consultant Ophthalmologist Dr. Saman Senanayake.

Vision Care has built a reputation as one of the best eye care solution providers in Sri Lanka by using an innovative approach and state-of-the-art equipment to ensure that customers receive world-class eye care. The company has also pioneered the introduction of the best range of eyewear brands recognised globally to the local market. 

High quality, high precision contact lenses, optical and ophthalmic products are available at this newly-opened Vision Care outlet. Fashion savvy shoppers can also select a host of alluring frames and sunglasses featuring the world’s top brands from the Milan based Luxottica Group, the largest eyewear company in the world.

 


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