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Sri Lanka’s renowned and frontline private hospital, Pannipitiya Private Hospital has added more modern treatment and medical text services among its already available prolific portfolio of services. 
The specialty of Pannipitiya Private Hospital is that all these new medical treatment and tests could be obtained for a very reasonable fee in comparison to other private hospitals in 
the island.


Under this newest initiative latest blood dialysis treatment has been introduced to patients suffering from kidney disease and the hospital is also equipped with state of the art modern equipment and amenities for the treatment of kidney patients.


Furthermore, Pannipitiya Private Hospital now carries out bone density scanner tests which could recognize osteoporosis beforehand. Another unique service introduced by Pannipitiya Private Hospital is the treatment for obesity which is carried out by specialist doctors with full responsibility. The hospital has also commenced treatment for scars and patches with a panel of specialist doctors being assigned for the task.


“Pannipitiya Private Hospital which celebrated its 25th anniversary recently is in the process of further improving its services to patients. Accordingly more modern treatment methods and medical tests and more state-of-the-art equipment have 
been introduced.


Pannipitiya Private Hospital has been able to offer additional benefits to its patients from the cost saved by cutting off unwanted expenses and provide services for a relatively cheaper reasonable price to its patients. As a result all the medical tests could be obtained for an affordable fee,” said Pannipitiya Private Hospital Chairman and Managing Director Dr. Ananda Kuruppuarachchi. 


Pannipitiya Private Hospital has also added a state-of-the-art 5D ultrasound scanner test facility to its portfolio. This modern equipment provides the opportunity to observe the real nature of the fetus in the womb on the screen real time live with the 5D Ultrasound technology. The hospital receives the honour of being the very first to introduce this 5D ultrasound scanner test facility to 
the country.

 


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