Uber Health has expanded its services to include access to pharmaceutical delivery in Dallas, with plans to grow in the coming months. With COVID-19 cases still on the rise across the U.S., getting to a pharmacy to pick up prescriptions can be challenging for many and nearly impossible for some. Uber Direct has been integrated with on-demand prescription delivery platform NimbleRx to help deliver medication.
Talha Sattar, founder and CEO of Nimble, says, “By tapping into Uber’s delivery expertise, Uber Health is able to facilitate prescription delivery directly to people’s homes. Uber Health began with a vision to help alleviate transportation as a barrier to care, and helping our most vulnerable populations get the prescriptions they need to stay healthy is a natural and exciting next step for us.”
Access to care is more than getting to and from doctor appointments. Uber Health launched in March 2018 to broaden the Uber for Business suite of enterprise solutions. Since then, they have worked closely with healthcare partners to identify and address challenges within the non-emergency medical transportation experience.
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