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RN Health: Latest premium health centre offering world-class health and wellness solutions launched in Colombo

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Announcing its entry to Sri Lanka’s competitive healthcare space, premium health and wellness centre RN Health recently opened its doors to the public. Located in the affluent, urban neighbourhood of Barnes Place, Colombo 07, the state-of-the-art medical centre offers a broad scope of personalised diagnostic and wellness solutions to discerning clientele in a setting that places a high value on comfort, convenience and privacy.

Set on a spacious premises with modern, plush interiors, RN Health is well equipped to handle the rapidly evolving and demanding health needs of Sri Lankans, right from initial diagnosis, through to treatment and aftercare supportive services.

“We are delighted to open our doors to deliver a comprehensive portfolio of holistic health and wellness solutions to patients in Sri Lanka. We take great pride in our ability to operate a world-class integrated healthcare delivery system, enabled by a team of passionate, highly skilled consultants and nurses aided by advanced medical technology. During these unprecedented times, access to exceptional clinical care in a safe and private environment that prioritizes patient-centric delivery and affordability is critical and it is what sets RN Health apart from current market offerings.As we grow, we will continue to adjust and enhance our practices to better serve the fast evolving patient requirements as essentially, a one stop shop for high quality healthcare,” jointly stated by the Directors of RN HEALTH, Ravindu Thilakawardhana and Nessanka May.

The newly minted, fully certified medical center offers a broad scope of clinical and laboratory services along with access to pharmacy and wellness store of international standards. Patients are able to book lab and diagnostic services, which operate in affiliation with the long-standing and trusted Lanka Hospitals.

Further strengthening and enhancing their service offering, RN Health has also partnered with leading private healthcare provider Kings Hospital, Colombo to offer patients a holistic healthcare experience. This includes a 24-hour ambulance service to facilitate emergency transfers from either the patient’s home or from RN Health as well as a patient referral system that prioritizes patients from RN Health who require specialized or emergency treatments.

RN Health also houses three major state-of-the-art clinics dedicated towards diabetics, family health and specialist care practices. Patients can benefit from quick access to a team of dedicated and highly skilled healthcare practitioners who prescribe accurate, hyper personalised treatment plans to suit each unique requirement. They can also conveniently pre-book their appointments to any of the centre’s services, saving a significant amount of time and worry.

Its in-house pharmacy and health and wellness store stocks a full range of pharmaceuticals, medical sundries and luxury wellness products, and is complemented by only the best customer care. Patients are able to get their medication or wellness products delivered to locations in Colombo 1 -14 within just 24 hours. They can also take advantage of a generous, tiered loyalty scheme that affords special discounts and personalised customer care based on purchase patterns.

RN Health practices a stringent and comprehensive COVID-19′ safety protocol in line with the recommendations of the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organisation, to ensure the wellbeing of patients, visitors and staff during this time.

 

 



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Aitken Spence invests in yet another renewable energy project in hydropower

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Dr. Parakrama Dissanayake – Deputy Chairman and Managing Director Aitken Spence PLC accepting the share transfer form from Harsha Abeywickrama – chairman Sunshine Energy Ltd; in the presence of Ms. Stasshani Jayawardena – Executive Director Aitken Spence PLC, Dr. Rohan Fernando – Executive Director Aitken Spence PLC, Ms. Nilanthi Sivapragasam – Chief Financial Officer Aitken Spence PLC and Leel Wickremarachchi – Managing Director of the power segment from Aitken Spence PLC. Shyam Sathasivam – Managing Director, Sunshine Energy Ltd. and Harin Udeshi – Director, Waltrim Energy Ltd.

Aitken Spence PLC recently acquired Waltrim Energy Limited, a subsidiary of Sunshine Holdings PLC for Rs. 900 million. The company contributes 6.6MW to the national grid via three mini hydropower plants located in the Nuwara Eliya district, namely of Waltrim Hydropower (Private) Limited, Upper Waltrim Hydropower (Private) Limited and Elgin Hydropower (Private) Limited. Waltrim hydropower draws energy from Kothmala Oya, Upper Waltrim hydropower and Elgin hydropower from Dambagasthwala Oya.

Aitken Spence expands its portfolio in hydropower in the pursuit of meeting rising energy demands, sustainable development, access to clean energy and lowering our national carbon footprint. This is the second hydropower plant which is owned and operated by Aitken Spence. Branford Hydropower (Pvt) Ltd. is the other hydropower plant with a 2.5MW capacity located in Matale. The company also owns and operates a wind power plant with 3MW capacity located in Ambewela.

“This is yet another investment made by Aitken Spence that shows our commitment to expand the power generation portfolio with renewable energy projects. Hydro power plays a key role in renewable energy segment in Sri Lanka and this initiative strengthens the country’s efforts to move towards cleaner energy sources and effective and efficient management of sustainable and affordable generation of energy supplied to the national grid,” commented Dr. Parakrama Dissanayake, Deputy Chairman and Managing Director of Aitken Spence PLC.

“Aitken Spence maintains highest environmental, safety and quality standards in the management of our power plants. These stringent management frameworks will be extended to the newly acquired power plants to meet compliance requirements as well as global benchmarks for cleaner production of energy,” added Leel Wickremarachchi, Managing Director of the power segment of Aitken Spence.

The Power segment of Aitken Spence is a leading player in the sector with a reputation for investing in pioneering technologies and has diversified into renewable energy by establishing hydro power and wind power plants to support Sri Lanka’s demand for energy. With their commitment to increase the country’s energy consumption from renewable energy sources, the company recently introduced Sri Lanka’s first waste to energy power plant that was officially launched in February 2021. Moreover, these initiatives are in line with the collective efforts of government and the private sector to produce clean energy sustainably.

 

 

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Best Woman Entrepreneur at Entrepreneur Awards 2020

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Christell Skin Clinic proved their mettle as industry leaders yet again, by clinching the three topmost awards at the recently held Western Province Entrepreneurship Awards Ceremony 2020. The highly-anticipated annual event -jointly organised by the National Enterprise Development Authority (NEDA) and the National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka- took place this year at the BMICH.

The event brought together industry leaders and newcomers with the aim to recognise and honour micro, small, medium and large sector entrepreneurs that have contributed significantly to Sri Lanka’s service sector over the past year.

The country’s leading aesthetics and wellness centre took home The Best Enterprise service sector trophy, as well as the Best Entrepreneur of the Year award – the most sought-after prize of the night. More notably however, the Best Woman Entrepreneur title was awarded to the director of the Christell Skin Clinic, Dr. Shanika Arsecularatne, in recognition of her inspirational journey to becoming one of the most successful businesswomen in the country, and also of her outstanding contribution to the field of cosmetology and wellness in Sri Lanka.

“I’m truly honoured to receive this recognition, especially because I believe that no one receives an award like this out of sheer luck, but rather in acknowledgement and appreciation of the hard work, sleepless nights and sacrifices we have all made, to be where we are today,” said Dr. Arsecularatne on accepting her award.

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Plastic Modified Asphalt Concrete car park in Sri Lanka

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The car park of the Walgama Food City with its new “Paving with Plastic”

As a socially responsible corporate citizen, Cargills holds a strong commitment to serving the nation and preserving the planet for future generations. By partnering with AGC Innovate Pvt Ltd – one of the country’s leading innovative solutions providers – Cargills initiated the launch of “Paving with Plastic” as a means to address Sri Lanka’s plastic waste menace in an ecofriendly and pragmatic approach.

The benefits of plastic are irrefutable – this versatile material is ubiquitous in our everyday lives, due to it being cheap and convenient to produce as well as being highly durable and user friendly. However, once used and disposed, plastic lingers in the environment for too long and does not decompose.

As a result, the inherent problem of plastic pollution is a global crisis, with Sri Lanka generating approximately 7000 metric tons of mismanaged solid waste daily, with 6% accounting for plastic and polythene waste. Therefore, in the absence of a proper waste management system, non-recyclable plastic is dumped in large landfill sites. These sites are now exceeding their maximum capacity, and has led to pressing environmental and social concerns in the country.

As a first step to tackling this waste plastic problem, Cargills made a landmark decision to pave the Cargills Food City Carparks using Plastic Modified Asphalt Concrete, partnering with AGC Innovate.

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