Moscow and St. Petersburg residents will be able to book drugs in pharmacies

2017-10-18

 Moscow and St. Petersburg residents will be able to book drugs in pharmacies

Doc+ service designed for doctor house calls presented a new app. Now St. Petersburg and Moscow residents can pre-order necessary medicines and get them at one of the pickup points.

To implement the project, Doc+ partnered up with ZdravCity drug ordering service and two pharmacy chains - Ozerki and 36.6.

Company representatives described the app mechanism: after doctor’s prescription, Doc+ users receive an offer to purchase prescribed meds instantly. The list of meds can be ordered to any pharmacy of user's choice. The app itself, although created on the Doc+ basis, is integrated into ZdravCity.

A total of 2,697 pharmacies in two cities entered the list of pickup points from which users can choose.

 

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