Maldives Life Support
Life Support Private Limited is a Maldives based importer and distributor of pharmaceutical products, hospital consumables and nutritional products, started in 2011.
With a vision to strive to improve the lives of Maldivian people, Life Support has taken a foothold to work with global brands in representing their portfolio in Maldives. Today Life Support has successfully positioned themselves as a complete solution provider in their areas and hence enabling them to become one of the leading service providers in Maldives.
Since its inception, Life Support has gained much ground to become among the top suppliers of pharmaceutical and consumable suppliers in the market. Life Support functions in the form of four business units, each of which is headed by a GM and a dedicated team.
Retail Arm of Life Support that over sees all outlets. Currently there are four pharmacies in Male and one in Faafu Atoll Nilandhoo.
Focused on importing the best internationally recognized nutritional products that are available in the market.
Wholesale arm of Life Support that imports and distributes pharmaceuticals and medical consumables.
Eliza Medical Center, which is taken over by Life Support in February 2018, providing medical services to both physical and psychological diseases and currently specializes in Gynecology, Orthopedics, Internal medicine, Pediatrics and General Medicine.
Life Support guarantees top-notch service to its customers. They also plan to bring changes to the clinic including latest technological equipment, increasing the medical team by bringing in specialists and expanding the range of services provided in the clinic. With a vision of these developments Life Support designated Caresoft as their technology Partners and Eliza Medical Center is automated by Caresoft Clinic Information Systems. The System helps the Clinic to
- Increase the profitability by enhancing the overall clinic operations
- Control revenue leakages and pilferages
- Quick lab result turnaround time
- Significant reduction in medication error