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Wickramarachchi takes quality hearing and vision care to Wattala


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Pioneering hearing and vision care specialist J.M Wickramarachchi & Company recently opened its latest branch in the bustling suburb of Wattala. The opening took place under the patronage of Dr. Jayasinghe, the former personal physician of late President J.R. Jayawardene. Founder and Managing Director of J.M Wickramarachchi & Company Mihira Wickramarachchi was also present.

Speaking at the opening ceremony Wickramarachchi noted, “It is indeed an honour to open up our latest branch at such a strategic location. Dr. Jayasinghe has had his practice at this location for many years and has had the honour of being visited by the late President on many occasions. Dr. Jayasinghe has also been responsible for the care and cure of thousands of patients and we hope to carry on his legacy.”

Located at No. 190 Negombo Road, Wattala this branch will concentrate on providing state-of-the-art optical and hearing services to the Wattala, Ja-Ela, Kandana, Katunayake, Peliyagoda, Kelaniya and even Negombo areas.

Speaking further Wickramarachchi said, “Having pioneered quality vision and hearing care in the country, we are happy to extend our services to the people of Wattala and beyond. This highly-urbanised area has been in our pipeline for many months and this location we found to be the most suitable. Our expansion plan for 2018 also includes other key locations around the country as we strive to take our products and services to every person who needs it around the country.”

Apart from clinical hearing and optical services, the outlet will also stock designer sunglasses from world-renowned brands like Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Vogue, Versace, Ray Ban, DKNY, and Burberry. When it comes to contact lenses the outlet once again offers only the leading brands with a wide range of lens types to suit everyone. You can choose the convenience of daily disposable lenses, or our fantastic monthly lenses which can be delivered to your door. Coloured lenses, extended wear lenses, or long-term lenses are also available.

For more information please call the Wattala branch on 0112 946 318 or visit the outlet between 8:30am – 5:30pm on weekdays.


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