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Dialog powers Falck Emergency Medical Services

Falck, an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) provider, recently entered into a partnership with Dialog Axiata to provide quality emergency medical care to the entire Western Province by March.

"Our objective for is to offer high quality emergency care to all communities to ensure a reduction in preventable death and disability.

A crucial step towards achieving this is identifying a suitable medium that carries the message across quickly and efficiently to a large group," said Chief Executive Officer, Falck Sri Lanka, Jens Poul Madsen.

"As a country with a high mobile penetration and Dialog being one of the largest mobile operators, this partnership is a step in revolutionising the local healthcare system," he said.

With the introduction of mobile membership, customers no longer need to visit Falck stations to register, saving time and improving on convenience.

Registration is quick and simple from any Dialog mobile. Dialog users can register multiple members from a single mobile number, extending the family package facility. Members will be charged Re. 1 a day, per member which is automatically added to the monthly bill for post-paid customers or deducted from the credit balance for pre-paid customers, entitling them access to all Falck's services.

Children of members under the age of 16 years are automatically entitled to Falck membership rates when using the services. Jens said that Dialog has the advantage of reaching across to millions of Sri Lankans representing an unprecedented opportunity for Falck in extending services to the whole of Sri Lanka progressively. "Dialog is privileged to partner Falck - an emergency healthcare service provider, in transforming a life enhancing service such as emergency healthcare into a product which is affordable to a vast majority of Sri Lankan citizens," said Dialog Axiata PLC Group Chief Executive, Dr. Hans Wijayasuriya.

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