Eazy Care providing free home delivery service of medicines
Kathmandu: Eazy Care (eazycare.ml), the country’s most reliable home delivery service provider has been providing home delivery service of medicines for last four years with a slogan ausadhi gharama, fonakai bharama (Medicine at home a call away), has continued its service 24/7 even during the lockdown.
According to founder of Eazy Care, Pawan Raj Ghimire, they are providing free home delivery service up to 15 kilometers outside the ringroad of Kathmandu Valley. “Order placed before 9 in the morning are being delivered on the same day while orders placed after 9 am are being delivered within 24 hours,” he said. He further said that they are even delivering life-saving drugs however the consumers have to pay extra fee worth Rs 500 for emergency delivery during night time.
“Even if we do not have medicines in the warehouse of Eazy Care, we find them from other stores and deliver it to the our customers,” he added. Meanwhile, he also claimed that the medicines that are not available in the country will be imported from abroad to meet the demand of customers.
Customers can order the required medicines and services through Easy Care's website eazycare.ml or by calling 9860980999 directly.
Along with that Eazy Care is also providing blood sample testing services. “our health care workers will go to the customer's house, collect their blood samples, test them at a hi-tech labpratory and send a report to the customers,” Ghimire added. For this service, customer however have to pay Rs 100 as a home service except any charges for laboratory. There is also a 'Doctor on Call' facility if customer have to call a doctor at home.
Considering the health of both customers and health care workers regular health check-up of the workers will be conducted before deploying to the field, said Suprit Baskota, co-founder of the comany.
“Our workers are using all health safety measureas,” he said, “They wear masks and PPE using sanitizer while delivering the consignment.” Baskota further said that delivery vehicles will be disinfected as well as the packaging of medicines will be disinfected before loading from the warehouse and delivering it to the customer. Certified pharmacist will be packaging the medicines, he added.
Moreover, the company is also providing 12 per cent discount on each drug. Considering the health safety of the customers, Eazy Care has also facilitate the customers with digital payment. Customer can pay through IME Pay, Khalti, Phone-Pay, Bank Card and Connect IPS. Meanwhile, customers can get 10 per cent cash back on payment made via Sunrise Bank. "Customers who can't pay online can pay cash in delivery," Baskota said.
After the lockdown, Eazy Care is also planning to expand its services to Pokhara and Biratnagar.