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Hemas Hospitals offers special packages and discount schemes

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Please note that we do not offer any packages or discounts other than those mentioned in our website.

No more waiting in the queues to purchase your drugs.

Just viber /whatsapp/ Email your prescriptions and collect your medicines at your convenience.

Bring world class ENT treatment for you

At Hemas Hospitals our ENT specialists can help you get up to date treatment for all kinds of ENT disorders including sinusitis, tonsillitis, chronic ear infections and more.


Our track record consists of the best clinical outcomes,

the best doctors  and most cost effective surgical packages.


An Affordable World Class Dental Care Service opens today at Hemas Hospitals – Thalwathugoda

Breast Feeding Support Centre

Advice and help on breastfeeding and other information concerning your baby’s health. Monday to Saturday 9.00am-12.00pm at Hemas Hospital Thalawathugoda.

Safe, Convenient and Affordable

Hemas Hospital Wattala introduces Haemodialysis treatment, the only such treatment facility available in Gampaha.

Eliminate Varicose Veins

Eliminate Varicose Veins with Laser Treatment

Free walk-in clinic for Joint pains

Walk in to our free clinic on Joint pains on every weekday from 9.00 am to 3.00 pm

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CME on Diabetes and Foot Ulcers03-November-2013

Hemas Hospital together with Hemas Pharmaceuticals organised a CME on "Diabetes and Foot Ulcers" by Dr Nalaka Gunawansa, specialist vascular and transplant surgeon attached to NHSL. More than 40 General practitioners in the area participated in the program. The CME was held on 11th March 2012 at Hospital premises.

Parallel to the CME, hospital plans to set up a special vascular clinic and now the patients have the opportunity to consult a team of specialist vascular surgeons at Hemas Hospital.

The Ground Breaking Ceremony of Hemas Hospital, Thalawatugoda02-May-2012

The ground breaking ceremony of Hemas Hospital Thalawatugoda was held on 2 May 2012 at the site with a gathering of distinguished guests including the board of directors of Hemas Holdings and officials from government institutions including the Urban Development Authority, Board of Investment and Ministry of Health.

Construction of the 50 bed Hemas Hospital Thalawatugoda will be completed by March 2013 and will become the 3rd Multi specialty Hospital of the Hemas Group.

Hemas Hospital Thalawatugoda will provide state of the art Medical Technology to the Colombo East region with top of the range diagnostic equipment including latest CT & MRI facilities.

Hemas Hospital Introduces Mobile Laboratory Service

With the aim of continuously improving our services beyond expectations of our valued clients, Hemas Hospital has launched a mobile laboratory service in the region. This special service allows you and your loved ones to get all the laboratory investigations and ECG done at your home at most convenient times.

Hemas Hospital plans to expand its Mobile Laboratory Service to Gampaha, Negombo, Ja Ela, and Negombo towns in the coming Months. Hemas Hospital Mobile Laboratory service is available on 7 days a week between 7am and 5pm on prior appointment.

For more information and Prior appointments, Please call 0773 835815

Gift wellness to your Loved ones !

‘Good health’ is a source which can help you to lead a life, rich with happiness. Hemas Hospitals have been providing quality healthcare for the past 3 years and we achieved yet another milestone by introducing a gift voucher, an opportunity for you to show that you care and love your family, friends and loved ones more.

This wonderful gift of good health will let them experience international standard healthcare at our hospital. The gift vouchers are priced at Rs.1000, Rs.2000 and Rs. 5000. These vouchers can be obtained and redeemed for the investigations offered by ‘Suwatha Piyasa’- the health check counter at Hemas Hospitals.

For more information and Prior appointments, Please call 0772 930 101

Hemas Hospitals becomes the first internationally accredited hospital chain is Sri Lanka

Hemas Hospitals recently enjoyed the honour of receiving an international accreditation from the prestigious Australian Council of Healthcare Standard International (ACHSI) which is Australia’s leading healthcare accreditation provider delivering accreditation and quality improvement programmes throughout the world. This prestigious accreditation that applies to both Hemas Hospitals facilities in Wattala and Galle makes it the first chain of healthcare facilities to receive such an international accreditation in Sri Lanka.

An accreditation is a formal process to ensure delivery of safe, high quality healthcare based on internationally accepted standards and processes devised and developed by healthcare professionals for healthcare services. It is public recognition of achievement by a healthcare organization, of requirements of international healthcare standards.

Accreditation has been defined as "A self-assessment and external peer assessment process used by health care organizations to accurately assess their level of performance in relation to established standards and to implement ways to continuously improve"

Accreditation systems are structured so as to provide objective measures for the external evaluation of quality and quality management. At the heart of these schemes is a list of standards which, ideally, serve to assess evaluate in a systematic and comprehensive way the standards of professional performance in a hospital.

The ceremonial awarding of the ACHSI accreditation certificate was held at the Cinnamon Lakeside on the 2nd June amidst a gathering of distinguished guests. The chief guest for the event was the Deputy Minister of Health, Honourable Lalith Dissnayake, also present were HE Ms. Kathy Klugman the Australian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, Dr. Desmond Yen, Executive Director - ACHSI, Dr Hari Sivadas - ACHSI Surveyor, Dr. David Miller - Manger International Businesses, ACHSI and Dr. Ravindra Ruberu – Secretary,Ministry of Health.

The speakers at the event included the Dr. Ravindra Ruberu – Secretary,Ministry of Health, Dr. Desmond Yen, Chairman of Hemas Holdings PLC Deshamanya Lalith De Mel , Dr. Firdosi Rustom Mehta Country Representative for The World Health Organization as well as HE Ms. Kathy Klugman the Australian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka. Chairman Hemas Hospitals Mr. Murtaza Esufally and Dr. Aruna Rabel Director Medical Services at Hemas Hospitals also expressed their thoughts on this historic achievement.

quality is met across Clinical, Corporate and Support functions to satisfy the many criteria set by ACHSI.

The survey spanned clinical, support and corporate functions & includes criteria like continuity of care, access, appropriateness, effectiveness, safety, consumer participation and acceptability, risk management, HR management ,application of information technology and information management, leadership and strategic initiatives in healthcare & continuous quality improvement.

This extraordinary feat not only highlights Hemas Hospitals as the first in the country to receive international recognition but more importantly signifies the dawn of a new era in healthcare standards in Sri Lanka.

First Private Hospital in Sri Lanka to introduce Revolutionary Capsule Endoscopy

Hemas Hospitals, who have constantly strived towards providing the best medical care to the nation, brings another first by introducing capsule endoscopy. Hemas Hospital is the first private Hospital in the industry to provide the facility in Sri Lanka.

Capsule endoscopy is a revolutionary new diagnostic tool for the detection of small bowel disease. As the name implies, capsule endoscopy makes use of a capsule which contains a micro video camera, LED lights and a transmitter, that is swallowed. It is the only technique that allows non-invasive endoscopic examination of the entire small bowel without sedation.

Capsule endoscopy is mostly recommended for patients with bleeding of unknown origin (obscure bleeding) of the intestines. The commonest reasons for such bleeding are arterio-venous malformations, small bowel tumours, and ulcers which are commonly missed at standard endoscopy and imaging examinations.

When performing this test a jacket with sensor devices is worn over the abdomen by the patient that captures and stores the images transmitted by the capsule while passing through the digestive tract. The stored images are subsequently downloaded to a computer which allows the physician to view and diagnose problems.

The main advantage of capsule endoscopy is the ability to non-invasively evaluate the inside of the entire small bowel. Conventional endoscopic techniques allow examination of only the most proximal and distal portions of the small bowel, leaving the majority of the small bowel unexamined.

Speaking of the advantages of this procedure, a hospital spokesperson stated that it’s pain free, has no exposure to harmful radiation like in X Ray or CT Scans and no sedation is required. He further added that this procedure can be done as a day procedure and has no complications or side effects.

Hemas Hospital stays true to its promise of being the future of family healthcare by becoming the pioneer in introducing technological advancements to the medical industry.

Hemas Hospital Wattala recently celebrated its 600th baby delivery

Hemas Hospital Wattala recently celebrated its 600th baby delivery. Baby Buthsandi Akithma Senanayake (600th baby) was welcomed by a nursing officer of the Maathru unit.

A cake was cut by the mother of baby Buthsandi and Dr.Sunil Fernando. A valuable gift pack was also presented to the lucky baby by Mr. Murtaza Esufally, Chairman of Hemas Hospitals.

Addressing the gathering Ms. Niluka, the mother of baby Buthsandi, thanked the entire Maathru team including nurses and doctors of the operating theatre for their support and excellent care given during her most needed time of baby delivery.

Hemas Hospital celebrated the World Children's Day

Clogard toothbrush and a tooth paste sachet with the complements of Hemas Hospital and Clogard.

Nearly 200 children participated at this programme. The Chief Guest of the programme was a Thalassemia patient of the hospital. Dr. Roy Perera, Director of the Ragama Teaching Hospital also participated in the event. The programme included several entertainment and educational items presented by, children, nurses, medical students and popular artists.

Hemas Hospital celebrated the World Children's Day on the 1st of October with the children of children’s wards of Ragama Teaching Hospital and Thalagolla Children's Home at the Ward 2 of Ragama Teaching Hospital.

Hemas Hospitals score another 'first' with the latest technique in cataract surgery

Hemas Hospital, Wattala is now equipped to perform cataract surgery using the latest available technique known as 'Micro incision' cataract surgery (MICS). This revolutionary surgery is done with state-of-the-art equipment called Stellaris Vision Enhancement System. Hemas is the first private hospital in Sri Lanka to introduce this form of cataract surgery. “It is a super safe, painless, speedy and super accurate technique of performing cataract surgery", says Dr Shamintha Amarathunga, Consultant Eye Surgeon. "The recovery after the surgery is instantaneous. There’s no use of pad or bandage and the patient can resume work in one day. The incision made on the eye is 50 % smaller than the regular surgery which makes it easy to heal. MICS results in less astigmatism and lesser requirement of post-operative spectacles. It offers enhanced quality of postoperative vision and with improved IOLs one enjoys an enhanced vision contrast.”

"We are glad to become the first private hospital in Sri Lanka to introduce this safe and advanced technique of cataract surgery at a very affordable price", commented Dr. Aruna Rabel, Director Medical Services, Hemas Hospital Wattala. "Since it is very beneficial for diabetic patients and as minimal restrictions are imposed following surgery, we see a significant increase in the demand for MICS."

He added that Hemas Hospitals is keeping to the promise that the services would be continuously improved by introducing the latest technology available in the world coupled with the best medical professionalism. "We have also strengthened our eye unit with a latest OCT eye scanner," he said.

Cataract is a common disease of the eye when the clouding of lens occurs in old age. The only successful treatment available for cataract is the removal of the clouded eye lens through surgery.

The improvements in cataract surgery over the past few decades have been truly remarkable. In the early days it was only the removal of the lens and the patients had to wear spectacles with thick lenses after the surgery. This was followed by the invention of intra ocular lens which is a lens implanted in the eye. The size of the incision made on the eye has been reduced from over 10 mm to 2.6 mm with the invention of phacoemulsification technique and the foldable lenses. This was called small incision cataract surgery.

With the introduction of the latest technique, it has been further reduced to 1.8 mm. Because of the smaller incision, it has been renamed micro-incision surgery. A 3rd generation ultra-thin foldable Intra ocular lens called MIL (Micro incision Intra ocular Lens) between 1.6-1.8 mm thick is implanted after removal of the clouded lens.

Hemas Hospital, Wattala, which began its operations in December 2008 has made a name for itself in a short period of time as a patient-friendly hospital with the latest state-of-the-art equipment and technology. The Hospital boasts of Sri Lanka's first state-of-the-art open magnet MRI scanner, “Maathru” value added baby delivery package, “Suwa Sathkam” fixed price packages for surgery and its laboratory, the only fully automated laboratory in Sri Lanka.

Hemas Hospitals is a subsidiary of Hemas Holdings. Hemas is one of Sri Lanka's leading conglomerates with a focus on five key sectors - FMCG, Healthcare, Transportation, Leisure and Power Generation.