Go Rush, the pioneers of local door-to-door delivery service, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, launched the Pharmacy Delivery Service last Wednesday at the Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha (RIPAS) Hospital.
The aim of the service is to help ease the traffic at the RIPAS Hospital Pharmacy as well as clear up on the backlog on unclaimed medicines.
All medicines can be delivered through this service with the exclusion of controlled drugs, fridge items and psychotropics.
Those who want to sign up for the service can simply log on to www.gorushbn.com or approach the Go Rush counter at the RIPAS Pharmacy to register from 8am – 3.30pm.
Two types of deliveries are on offer: Standard (1-3 days delivery) and Express (same day delivery). Promotion prices over the next three months will be $3 and $5 respectively.
Payment can be done over the counter, even with BIBD Quickpay, or through bank transfer online.
Deliveries are also currently only within Brunei-Muara excluding remote areas.
“We look forward to working together with the Ministry of Health. We believe that this collaboration will take us a long way,” said Go Rush manager Ramizah bte Hj Ali.
“Right now we are having promotional rates and hopefully more people can take advantage of our services.
“Safety is also a priority for us and the medicines for delivery will be sealed in tamper proof bags by the pharmacy,” she added.
Interested parties can call the Go Rush hotline at 8752065 or email at email@example.com for further enquiries.