Monday, January 6th, 2020 - Simple Healthcare

Online medication management company myMedPac (https://www.mymedpac.com.au) is helping people affected by bushfires by donating and delivering prescription medicine directly to those in need. 

Partner pharmacies include large national brands such as Amcal and Guardian pharmacies. The service has quickly become a trustworthy and simple way for Australians looking for medication packing and management services.

Founder and CEO Joe Zhou wants to do all that he is capable of to assist those affected by bushfires.

“Being a pharmacist is all about helping people, and right now there are many families that are in need of daily necessities and medicine is something that none of us can go without in times of need,” Mr Zhou said.

"For the service, you can choose to have packed or non-packed medications for the time of need and we deliver creams and inhalers as well.

“We are not a large company but we are doing everything we can to contribute as much as possible.”

Anyone that would like to enquire about free prescription medicines can email [email protected] with their name, phone number, and affected address and you will be contacted shortly.   

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Bushfires, Free Medicine, Medicine Delivery

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