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Mymed partners with Keells to provide enhanced healthcare services to the public

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With a pioneering vision to provide timely and trusted prescription medication service to the Sri Lankan public, has become an essential part of peoples' lives in the face of a pandemic. Established with the general public in mind, Mymed offers healthcare products and services via a technological platform that connects patients/ customers to reliable pharmacies across the island. Mymed continues to revolutionize this space and raise its service offering by its recent partnership with Keells Supermarkets to deliver its promise even better!

The new partnership between Mymed and Keells enables the general public to log on to ‘ to purchase prescription medication – not limiting to only groceries. Addressing the challenges faced by the consumer in purchasing medicines during the lockdown and by service providers in delivering medicines to homes during uncertain times, this initiative by Mymed and Keells Supermarkets is driven with the key objective to instill trust, bring convenience and deliver care to people when it is needed the most. With sustainable and seamless strategic partnerships, Mymed visions to create an optimistic future for all consumers across the island.

Commenting on the partnership, Jayomi Lokuliyana (Founder/ CEO Mymed) mentioned that, “Mymed’s success has grown many folds and today it is a leading prescription medication delivery platform connecting a trusted network of pharmacies across the island and thousands of pharmaceutical products. We are pleased with our partnership with Keells Supermarkets and looking forward to creating a positive and lasting impact on people’s lives – even at times of adversity. Mymed is all about delivering its brand promise of ‘Trust, Convenience and Care’ with enhanced services and this is just another milestone in our remarkable journey”.

Addressing the new partnership with Mymed, Charitha Subasinghe (President – Retail, John Keells Group ) , stated that, “With a vision to improve the quality of life for the nation, we are proud to partner with Mymed to ensure people receive medications via a one-stop trusted platform. Keells Supermarket is a household name amongst Sri Lankans for generations and we are happy to have elevated our service offering to the next level with this new partnership. We hope that the combined efforts of Keells Supermarkets and Mymed will continue to revolutionize the way of purchasing medical products whilst offering a convenience to everyone. commendable services”.

Mymed offers a wide range of medications and once the customer uploads the valid prescription on the portal, every step of the order is tracked and verified by following industry standards and guidelines by the in-house license pharmacist and communicated to the customer till safe delivery.

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