The company’s latest initiative in this sector is the securing of representation of the world’s leading brands in cardiovascular devices which will undoubtedly help to further expand its strong position in the cardiology sector of the healthcare field.
By bringing cardiac devices under the DIMO umbrella, the company is now fully equipped to service the cardiology related healthcare needs of the country. In addition, DIMO has also tied up with leading global brands to supply surgical instruments, thereby enabling it to provide a total basket of healthcare solutions to the nation.
As a result, DIMO’s vast array of healthcare solutions now extends throughout many fields of the healthcare industry such as Radiology, Cardiology, Ophthalmology, Oncology, Urology, Neonatal care, Critical care, Anaesthesiology and Cardiovascular devices. DIMO Chairman and Managing Director Ranjith Pandithage stated, “DIMO has been a pioneer in providing world class healthcare solutions to Sri Lanka, contributing to build a healthier nation. With products identified to meet the specific requirements of healthcare providers, they are better able to access precision medicine, transform care delivery and improve patient experience, helping patients lead healthier lives.”
DIMO Director Wijith Pushpawela stated, “DIMO has supplied Radiology and critical care equipment from globally-renowned brands such as Siemens and Drager to every part of the country including to rural areas such as Theldeniya, Kamburupitiya, Vavuniya, Bibila, Kantale, Dickoya, Kinniya, Muthur and Rikillagaskada. We have also provided Radiology and other medical equipment to leading private sector hospitals while elevating the local private healthcare sector.”
DIMO was also the first to introduce Wide Angle Fundus Phototherapy (Carl Zeiss) that provides the ability to detect 133-degree angle of the retina without dilation as opposed to the conventional 45-degree angle with dilation.
“We have achieved many ‘firsts’ including being the first to introduce Carl Zeiss Multi Spot Green Laser therapeutic microscope to Sri Lanka, which improves therapeutic treatments of diabetic retinopathy and provides greater patient comfort”, Pushpawela added.
DIMO recognizes that the healthcare sector is a large, fast-growing operational domain.