NewZNew (Chandigarh) : HealthKartPlus, India’s first and most comprehensive drug search engine and online pharmacy network today, announced to extend its operations in Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula. After making the grand success with over one and half million downloads, 15M hits on the web& app and currently more than 1 lakh medicine fueling its search engine in Delhi/NCR and Bhubaneswar. Now, the services can be availed in the Punjab’s most popular cities – Chandigarh along with Mohali and Panchkula.
HealthKartPlus has tied up with highly reliable vendors to ensure continuous and safe delivery of the products. A team of vendors will be practicing high brand and delivery protocols, ensuring in providing the best possible quality care to the community in the shortest interval. The company leverages technology to bring this unorganized scattered information to one platform which can be easily understood by general consumer.
HealthKartPlus enables an individual to know more about their medicine and also find substitutes from other brands as well as their generic equivalents whichare cost effective. It offers a plethora of services for entire populace and is revolutionary as it doubles as a ‘Pocket Chemist’ by enabling users to discover cost effective generic drugs that can help ease the cost burden of the consumer by the touch of a finger. It is striving to bring more transparency into healthcare industry which has been opaque to consumer for a long time.
On the launch of HealthKartPlus in Chandigarh, Mr. Prashant Tandon, Managing Director & Co-founder, HealthKart.com added, “The focus is on deliveringexcellence and enabling the Indian consumers to play a more active role in ensuring their treatments are of highest quality. The services also reflect the growing importance of Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula as a healthcare destination in Punjab, as well as for the growing health enthusiasts for quality medical services. We are aggressively working towards the growing demands of the health industry and have plans to make PAN-India presence by the end of 2015 covering about 30 cities”.
The HealthKartPlus will be fairly accessible to most people in the city and the services will have benchmarked standards of operating protocols and, these key components will make it the most preferred m-Health app in India.