Startup Profile: my-medicines — access healthcare services and order pharmaceutical products online

by | Nov 22, 2017

my-medicines is an online platform that aggregates drugs and other health-related products for people to easily access. Launched in November 2017, the CEO, Abimbola Adebakin, guarantees that the enlisted drugs and pharmaceutical outlets are of high quality. As such, users can get access to prescription-only medicines, over-the-counter (OTC) drugs, healthcare devices, diet and fitness products, as well as top pharmacies.

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We are providing access to healthcare where people can access the most trusted retail pharmacies across the country. Through, users have access to receive consultation, order standard medicines, send medicine home to parents.

Although the healthcare startup is barely a month old, it has already registered over 500 accredited retail pharmacies. Despite this remarkable feat, the HR, Olawale Adeniyi says they have barely scratched the surface. ” we have a target of 2,500 registered retail outlets on the platform” he told Techpoint.

Alongside Abimbola (CEO) and Olawale (HR), Paul Obodozie (Financial officer) and Adejare Morakinyo (IT Lead), play their role to ensure the smooth operation of my-medicines.

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