MobiHealth News November 25, 2021
Adam Ang

It has officially launched its Apple mobile app for Australian consumers.

Packapill, a recently launched medications delivery platform in Australia, has partnered with Western Australia-headquartered Western Diagnostics Pathology of Healius Limited to offer teleconsultation services. 


The Perth-based medical tech startup provides on-demand delivery of both pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical products directly from its network of over 200 local pharmacies across the country. 

Available now on the Apple App store, the Packapill mobile app “simply charges a flat fee for delivery of the products, which arrive in less than three hours”. 

It also allows encrypted prescriptions upload and the management of family members’ scripts who may not be app users.


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