SLIC enters into a strategic tie up with SLMA

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 2:00 AM Sep 22 2021
FT SLIC enters into a strategic tie up with SLMA

Sri Lanka Insurance signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Sri Lanka Medical Association (SLMA) to improve healthcare knowledge, enhance safety and ensure providing best insurance solution for healthcare professionals in Sri Lanka.

 The agreement between the two organizations was intended to facilitate the upcoming International Medical Congress which was conducted virtually on the 21 of September 2021, with the participation of medical practitioners, medical students, and researchers in the field of medicine. 

Further the agreement will facilitate awareness building initiatives on road safety and introduce a special insurance scheme for the registered members of the Sri Lanka Medical Association. 

The MoU outlines the shared and individual commitment of Sri Lanka Insurance to provide a unique insurance scheme for every registered member of the Sri Lanka Medical Association. The insurance scheme will make provisions for a vast variety of benefits suitable for the risk management requirements of modern-day professionals, including comprehensive motor insurance solution. 

As part of the MoU signed by the two bodies, the Sri Lanka Medical Association (SLMA) and Sri Lanka Insurance will collaborate to facilitate educational programmes to raise awareness on road accident, conduct media seminars and social media programmes in collaboration with Sri Lanka Insurance Motor Plus to create a safe and healthy environment for all Sri Lankans. The Sri Lanka Medical Association (SLMA) is the national professional medical association in Sri Lanka, which brings together medical practitioners of all grades and all branches of medicine. 

The SLMA is the oldest professional medical association in Asia and Australasia with a proud history that dates back to 1887. Comprised with around 4,000 members, SLMA serves as the leading body of the medical community to achieve the highest standards of medical professionalism and ethical conduct in Sri Lanka and the Association aims to provide a forum for its members to further their professional and academic development.

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 2:00 AM Sep 22 2021

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