- + Prescription medicine app delivers to your door any time, any where
- + Shop your local pharmacy shelves with the tap of a smartphone screen
- + Big tick of approval from mothers, corporates and carers of the elderly
YOUNG mothers, time-poor corporates and carers are driving the growth of Australian medical app myMedKit, which delivers prescription medicine and other pharmacy items direct to your door.
With more than 100 pharmacies throughout the country adopting the app and over 5,000 prescriptions already delivered, mMedKit is the market- eading prescription delivery app in Australia, dubbed the “Uber for pharmacies”. Users simply upload photos of their prescriptions and select any other items they may require such as paracetamol, nappies or baby formula, and have the order delivered to their door seven days a week at a convenient time.
“It doesn’t matter who you are,” says Australian myMedKit co-founder Ran Liu, “we all get sick at some point, and this is a healthcare app for all walks of life. Whether you are the Prime Minister of Australia, an apprentice tradie or a full-time mum, one thing is certain - if you’re sick, you’re going to wish you had this app on your smartphone.”
While the current pandemic has made several behaviours the norm during quarantine including grocery deliveries, Zoom parties and face masks, the big question is: which quarantine trends will stay around? myMedKit’s prescription delivery is well positioned to continue its successful trajectory, as Australians transition into a more health conscious society with a preference for convenience, delivery and prescription management.
The app also has e-commerce functionality which allows users to order any general pharmacy items such as cold and flu tablets, nappy cream and more.
“This has proven to be very popular with young mums, corporate workers and carers who are the brand advocates of this product,” Ms Liu says. “We’ve seen a 200% surge in people downloading the app during the pandemic and it’s not slowing down as restrictions are relaxed throughout the country.”
For more information visit www.mymedkit.com.au or download the app from the Apple app store or Google Play.