Lanka Hospitals welcomed Mitcy Larue, Minister of Health for Seychelles, on her trip to Sri Lanka to further consolidate the strong mutual cooperation between the two countries leading healthcare facilities. The last year’s visit of President Mahinda Rajapaksa to Seychelles, set stage for bilateral relations with a special focus on collaboration in the realm of healthcare.
Speaking at the press briefing held at Lanka Hospitals, Mitcy Larue, Minister of Health of Seychelles said, “The Seychelles Government and the people of Seychelles are delighted to have established consensual relations with Sri Lanka and we are eagerly exploring mutual areas of interest in which both governments and the people of both countries could benefit. The government and the people of Seychelles have confidence in the capability of the healthcare sector in Sri Lanka and we look forward to forging greater mutual ties in the days ahead.”
Dr Lakith Peiris, Chief Executive Officer of Lanka Hospitals commented, “we are privileged to welcome Mitcy Larue, The Minister of Health for Seychelles, making it a defining moment for the future of Sri Lanka’s medical tourism. Lanka Hospitals has had the good fortune to commence a fruitful interaction with Seychelles by way of extending our superior medical care and facilities to touch the lives of over 150 people from Seychelles and provided them with the best possible clinical outcome. We are extremely focused on the Seychelles and intend to leverage our many outstanding and world-class medical and patient care services to serve the people there. Lanka Hospitals is already leading the healthcare sector in Sri Lanka in terms of medical excellence and other clinical outcomes.”