Asiri Health, Main Sponsor of Medicare 2023 – National Healthcare Exhibition

Asiri Health, Sri Lanka’s premier private healthcare provider, has again stepped up in support of the country’s largest medical exhibition, Medicare 2023. The event takes place on 3rd, 4th and 5th March at the BMICH, Colombo. Asiri Group’s association with Medicare dates back many years and has been the main sponsor for many of them.

The exhibition, which is in its 12th year, is organised by the Asia Wellness Forum and Aitken Spence Events & Exhibitions with the support of specialist medical associations, under the guidance of the Ministry of Health. Medicare 2023 will feature over 100 local and international exhibitors, spanning a range of products & services ranging from medical equipment and pharmaceutical products to health & wellness services from medical care providers across the country. Organisers expect to attract well over 10,000 visitors over the 3 days of the exhibition.

As always, Asiri Health will have a team of doctors and medical professionals available to support visitors with a basic health assessment and advise on any health concerns they may have. They will also feature some of their more advanced clinical programmes such as the IVF & Fertility Centre, the Cancer Centre, Heart and Brain & Spine Care Centres, Organ Transplant Programmes and Asiri Laboratories. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to speak to their team for any advice or understanding of their comprehensive menu of healthcare services.

Counting over 35 years of excellence, Asiri Health stays true to its mission of caring for and raising the quality of human life through provision of ethical healthcare solutions using cutting-edge technology. The Asiri Group of Hospitals now span 3 regions in the country with 6 internationally accredited hospitals, while their laboratory network of 19 laboratories & 78 owned collection centres covers the island, offering the most complete menu of diagnostic tests. Asiri Health in its endeavours to provide high quality medical care to Sri Lankans will continue to support national healthcare events such as the Medicare exhibition.