Lanka Hospitals sets pace to new era in medical care with luxurious world-class wing

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Lanka Hospitals PLC, the name synonymous with the ‘best in class’ medical service providers in Sri Lanka, has announced the latest score in its advancement in world-class hospital service standards. Offering an unparalleled luxurious experience in hospital-stays for local patients as well for those coming from around the globe, the nation’s internationally accredited multiple award-winning healthcare provider recently unveiled its multi-million-rupee, luxury hospital wing. 

The state-of-the-art new luxury facility, known as the ‘7C Wing’ will be managed exclusively by trained medical and nursing staff, equipped with modern facilities and medical technology. The new ‘staycation’ style wing houses an expansive environment, with elevated levels of comfort and sumptuous features that caters to patients and visitors with a wide range of needs and likes. The five-star healthcare facilities that would cater to a mix of local patients and medical tourists provides not only a holistic healing experience but also diagnostics convenience with the 7C Wing being located adjacent to the hospital laboratory. Commenting on the recent launch, Lanka Hospitals Group CEO Deepthi Lokuarachchi said, “In order to compete effectively, Lanka Hospitals has boldly set pace to move up the value chain, place greater focus on developing our capabilities, complex procedures and provide an overall superior patient experience through greater service standards. Our new wing has been designed to replicate the comfort and luxury experienced in the best hotels and will help re-affirm our reputation as the facility of choice.” 

“Lanka Hospitals continues to attract both local and international patients who come to us for more complex medical procedures, due to our reputation for high quality of clinical care. For a more all-encompassing process in the recovery for patients, we have endeavoured to meet their penchant for details and the environment we have created aims to help patients forget that they are in a hospital,” he further added.

Being amongst the most reliable healthcare providers in the country, Lanka Hospitals carries a proud legacy in unmatched patient care since 2002 with special focus on infection control measures during the recent pandemic. Despite global travel restrictions, the hospital has witnessed a substantial growth in the inflow of medical tourists. This can be attributed to the hospital’s continuous efforts to adhere to the highest safety standards and high-quality care in line with international requirements.  Lanka Hospitals provides distinctive services to diplomatic missions, resident foreign nationals and medical tourists, especially to Maldivian visitors. With an organised support system offering best practices and best care protocols combined with latest technology, Lanka Hospitals provides surgeries of all specialties including neuro, orthopaedic, cardiac, kidney transplant, etc. The accident and emergency department (A&E) at Lanka Hospitals provides immediate medical attention to critical and life-threatening emergencies, as well as treatment to patients with urgent medical problems on a 24x7 basis. Moreover, the hospital is ably equipped with a helipad within its premises for air transfers, in addition to a fleet of ambulances. 

Catering to all patients, Lanka Hospitals offers affordable cardiac packages for adults and children that are reasonably priced to suit every segment of the society. Lanka Hospitals is the first hospital in Sri Lanka to secure some of the most prestigious accreditations in the world for its healthcare service standards including the Joint Commission International (JCI) accreditation 6th edition, and the world-respected Medical Tourism Certification from the Medical Travel Quality Alliance (MTQUA). Furthermore, Lanka Hospitals Diagnostics (LHD) is the only Sri Lankan laboratory to be accredited by the prestigious laboratory accreditation body, the College of American Pathologists (CAP).