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MyMed partners with Certis Lanka Home Nursing to provide an all-inclusive healthcare service to loyal patrons

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(From right to left: Sanjeewa Rodrigo- Assistant Manager, Business development (Mymed), JyomiLokuliyana – Director / CEO (Mymed), MinoliWijesinghe, Executive Director (Certis), ChathikaRanawana - Director / General Manageress (Certis), VisankaWeerakkody – Assistant Manager Operations (Certis).

: Founded on the vision to be a trusted prescription medication platform in Sri Lankaby providing timely and efficient healthcare services to the public across the island, MyMed.lk has become an irreplaceable part of peoples' lives - especially in the face of a pandemic. Established with the local citizens in mind, MyMed offers healthcare products and services via a technological platform that connects patients/ customers to reliable pharmacies across the island. Not stopping there, MyMed continues to revolutionize this space and elevate its service offering viaits recent partnership with Certis Lanka Home Nursing&Swiftcare – to better deliver its promise ‘Trust, Convenience and Care’.

 

The partnershipbetween MyMed and Certis Lanka Home Nursing marks the dawn of a new era in providing complete healthcare s ervice to its loyal patrons. Patients will receive personalized and professional in-home healthcare via Certis Lanka Home Nursing and will receive prescription medication delivered to the doorstep via MyMed. Besides, this partnershipwill enable patients who require a standard quantity of monthly medication to subscribe MyMedtoenjoyan exclusive subscriber discount of 10% on all monthly orders – after the first month. The user-friendly MyMed subscription service will benefit patients with their monthly medicines delivered home with no reminder or hassle.

 

With the Covid-19 pandemic taking its toll on the general public and especially patients, this initiative by MyMed and Certis Lanka is driven with the key objective to instill trust, bring convenience and deliver care to people when it is needed the most.Addressing the challenges in purchasing and delivering medicinesto homes during uncertain times,this sustainable and strategic partnership offers an all-encompassing healthcare serviceto the public.

 

 

Commenting on the partnership, JayomiLokuliyana (Founder/ Chairperson of MyMed) mentioned that,“MyMed’sjourney is truly a remarkable one. It has grown leaps and bounds by serving people across the island - making it a household name for prescription medication delivery in the country. We are delightedto partner with Certis Lanka Home Nursing, a reputed organization that holds similar values and we’relooking forward to creating a positive and lasting impact on people’s lives amidstchallenging times. MyMed is committedto delivering its brand promise of ‘Trust, Convenience and Care’ with improvedhealthcare services and this is another milestone in our journey”.

Addressing the new partnership with MyMed,MinoliWijesinghe – Executive Director of Certis Lanka home nursing and swift care, stated that, “Certis Lanka Home Nursing &Swift care was founded to provide the best personalized and professional home nursing service in Sri Lanka. Over the years, our unwavering service has established us as the industry leader – a testament to our commitment to deliveringnursing and support services in the comfort and privacy of our client’s homes. We arehappy to raise our service offering with this new partnership andare confident that the combined efforts of Certis Lanka Home Nursing and MyMedwill transform the old ways of home healthcare services and to serve our patrons better than before”.

 

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.The trusted platform connects a reliable network of pharmacies across the island and over thousands of pharmaceutical products catering to all types of healthcare needs.

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