Hemas Hospitals Managing Director Dr. Lakith Peiris receiving the award from President Maithripala Sirisena
Leading Sri Lankan health care provider Hemas Hospital Thalawatugoda was felicitated at a special ceremony recognising the hospital’s outstanding contributions towards serving the healthcare needs of the citizens of Seychelles.
The award was presented to Hemas Hospital Thalawatugoda by President Maithripala Sirisena at a ceremony hosted by High Commissioner for Sri Lanka in Seychelles Dr. Tikiri Herath Gunathilake held in Victoria in the Seychelles.
Over the past three years, Hemas Hospital Thalawatugoda has grown to become the most preferred healthcare institution for Seychellois seeking the highest quality international standard treatment and care, and the best value for money.
“Hemas Hospital Thalawathgoda is deeply honored to receive this award as it helps to underscore the unique relationship that we have cultivated with the nation of Seychelles over the past three years. In that time we have successfully treated over 1,000 patients for a range of healthcare needs including complex surgery and other lifesaving treatments.” “This award is a validation of our country’s capability in providing world class healthcare while being the first step in establishing Sri Lanka as the next emerging healthcare hub in the region for medical tourism,” said Hemas Hospital Chain’s Managing Director Dr. Lakith Peiris.
A forerunner in providing affordable medical services with superior clinical outcomes, patient safety and unmatched customer service, Hemas Hospital Thalawatugoda, is an advanced healthcare facility established by Hemas Hospitals chain, stamped with the prestigious Australian Council of Healthcare Standards International (ACHSI) accreditation and offering healthcare facilities in a wide array of specialties. With a panel of over 300 specialists and consultants covering all medical specialties the hospital is geared to handle all types of medical needs of patients.Hemas Hospital is a subsidiary of Hemas Holdings, one of Sri Lanka’s leading conglomerates with a focus on four key sectors including FMCG, healthcare, transportation and leisure. The group which commenced operations in 1948 is listed in the Colombo Stock Exchange since 2003.