The 48-hour token strike launched by 15 non-medical unions, including nurses, supplementary and interim personnel, ended at 7 this morning.
The strike was held over several demands, including an increase in the special duty allowance to Rs.10,000, and ensuring a closed health service.
The token strike was held at several hospitals on Wednesday and Thursday.
However, President of the Association of Health Professionals Ravi Kumudesh speaking to NewsRadio said failure to hold a formal discussion, will lead to continuous trade union action after seven days.
Kumudesh said they will report back to work today, and the public can obtain services as per usual.
He expressed hope that the token strike would be an eye opener for the government.
However, he claimed that the Minister of Health held discussions with a trade union that was not part of the strike and issued a release that he said has several shortcomings.
Kumudesh said they are seeking an opportunity for talks.