Medicine delivery service launches in Muscat

You’ll be able to get essential medication without a hospital visit

Medicine delivery service launches in Muscat

A new medicine delivery service has launched in Muscat.

Wareed, which has been partially funded by the Oman Technology Fund, will deliver medicines for chronic diseases such as diabetes, blood pressure and heart disease.

Currently, the service is only delivering medicine from the Royal Hospital within Muscat, but there are plans to expand in the future.

The first hundred patients every month will get free delivery until the end of the coronavirus pandemic.

Raif Mohamed al Harthy, CEO of Wareed, told Muscat Daily, “In future, Wareed will connect other healthcare providers making it a one-stop shop for healthcare services.

“The fee after the first 100 patients will vary depending on the distance from thepatient’s residence to the hospital primarily.”

You can visit the Wareed website here for more information.

If you’re looking for more information about healthcare in Oman, make sure you check out our Moving to Muscat section.

There you’ll find articles on health insurance, and employment rights among other essential information.

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