Home delivery of medicines to be charged QR 30 from Sept. 26
September 22 2020 11:33 PM
Medicine delivery

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) and Qatar Post have extended their partnership which has seen medicines, medical consumables, official documents and reports delivered directly to patient’s homes.However, any requests for medication or medical-related items by patients from September 26 onwards will be subject to a QR30 delivery fee, in addition to the cost of the items delivered where applicable. This includes the delivery of consumables, medicines, medical reports, birth certificates, medical licensing documents, dietary and nutrition items and diabetic supplies.
The special fee of QR30 will remain in place for an additional two months. Patients will pay separately the QR30 fee to Qatar Post representatives upon delivery of items, in addition to the cost of the items received. Patients can pay using debit or credit card upon delivery. Cash will not be accepted. Patients receiving HMC medications have the option to pay for their items online - through a link sent them - or on delivery.
To order HMC medication, patients can call 16000. For general information, they can contact the HMC Nesma’ak Customer Service on 16060 or PHCC Hayyak on 107.

Last updated: September 23 2020 01:18 AM

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