Pocket Health unveils pharmacy delivery app
Queensland startup company Pocket Health has created a new app that delivers pharmacy and prescription items to consumers’ doors.
Using myMedKit, Aussies can upload photos of their prescriptions and select the items they need to buy such as paracetamol, nappies or baby formula then have it delivered to their door seven days a week.
Users can even choose to speak with a pharmacist by requesting a phone call if required.
“We believe strongly in having access to healthcare at home and we have seen great uptake from parents for this service,” myMedKit app creator Joe Zhou commented.
myMedKit app can be downloaded on Android and iOS. Medicines can be delivered until late night and consumers can track the status of their deliveries in real time. The company partnered with pharmacies in Brisbane and several organisations to make the service available across Australia.
“We know this is a service parents need which is why we are delivering seven days, from 9 am till late. You may look at this app and think I don’t need this now, but trust me, everyone will wish they had this app at some stage during their life,” Zhou said.