Priv­i­lege cards ga­lore from Pan­nip­i­tiya Pri­vate Hos­pi­tal

Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka) - - BUSINESS NEWS -

Pan­nip­i­tiya Pri­vate Hos­pi­tal, one of Sri Lanka’s top rank­ing pri­vate hos­pi­tals has de­cided to pro­vide treat­ment with special dis­counts to clergy, teach­ers, Da­ham Paasal teach­ers and for those who en­gage in so­cial char­ity ini­ti­ates as a mark of hon­our and recog­ni­tion to them.

This special dis­count priv­i­lege will be avail­able to el­i­gi­ble per­sons who have ob­tained the Dam­sarani and Suwasarani cards is­sued by Pan­nip­i­tiya Pri­vate Hos­pi­tal.

In ad­di­tion the hos­pi­tal has made all ar­range­ments to pro­vide all the ben­e­fits to school­child­ren of­fered by the Su­rak­sha In­sur­ance Scheme in­tro­duced re­cently by the Ed­u­ca­tion Min­istry of Sri Lanka. Al­ready a large num­ber of peo­ple are ob­tain­ing treat­ment with special dis­counts us­ing our Dam­sarani and Suwasarani loy­alty cards. In ad­di­tion large num­bers of fam­i­lies who have re­ceived the fam­ily card by reg­is­ter­ing with Pan­nip­i­tiya Pri­vate Hos­pi­tal too are re­ceiv­ing ben­e­fits of­fered by the hos­pi­tal.

“The lat­est ad­di­tion to our priv­i­lege cards and its ben­e­fit re­ceivers is the Su­rak­sha school­child­ren in­sur­ance. We are pleased to in­form that all the ben­e­fits that have been spec­i­fied in the Su­rak­sha school­child­ren in­sur­ance could be ob­tained from the hos­pi­tal,” said Pan­nip­i­tiya Pri­vate Hos­pi­tal Chair­man and Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor Dr. Ananda Ku­rup­puarachchi.

“Pan­nip­i­tiya Pri­vate Hos­pi­tal with no hes­i­tance de­cided to link up with the Su­rak­sha school­child­ren in­sur­ance be­cause it of­fers unique ben­e­fits to stu­dents,” Dr. Ku­rup­puarachchi added.

In ad­di­tion to this the hos­pi­tal has made ar­range­ments to pro­vide all ben­e­fits of­fered by Agra­hara Med­i­cal In­sur­ance pro­vided by the gov­ern­ment to state em­ploy­ees. The spe­cialty of Pan­nip­i­tiya Pri­vate Hos­pi­tal is un­der its pol­icy to cut off un­wanted ex­penses and pro­vide ser­vices for a rel­a­tively cheaper rea­son­able price to its pa­tients, the hos­pi­tal’s abil­ity to de­liver ser­vices for a rel­a­tively cheaper price in com­par­i­son to other pri­vate hos­pi­tals. Pan­nip­i­tiya Pri­vate Hos­pi­tal also in­tro­duced the 5D ul­tra­sound scan­ner which shows the im­age of the fe­tus in the womb of the mother on the screen real time, and was the first hos­pi­tal in Sri Lanka to in­tro­duce this tech­nol­ogy to a Ma­ter­nity Unit. The hos­pi­tal has man­aged to get all its func­tions ac­cred­ited with ISO 9001-2008 stan­dards and is the only pri­vate hos­pi­tal to achieve this feat in Sri Lanka and also re­cently re­ceived the OHSAS 18001:2007 in­ter­na­tional stan­dard.

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