The Sri Lankan healthcare system comprises both allopathic and indigenous modes of service provision, and such services are provided through both public and private sectors alike. The healthcare system provides preventative as well as curative services, and the services provided through public sector (i.e., state-run hospitals) are heavily subsidised. This has led to the Sri Lankan healthcare system being referred to as having universal healthcare (UHC); and yet, many of the surgeries, procedures, equipment, and even some medicines are not offered for free. The first phase of this study revealed how inequitable the majority of policies within the health sector are when it comes to service provision. The second phase of the study attempts to take a closer look at healthcare services accessed by the LGBTQIA+ community and the Upcountry Tamil community of Sri Lanka.