PharmEasy acquires Medlife

New Delhi, May 26

Online pharmacy PharmEasy on Wednesday said it has completed the buyout of Medlife to become the largest healthcare delivery platform in India. All the users of Medlife would be migrated to PharmEasy, the company said.

“This acquisition significantly strengthens our position in the healthcare industry, and further helps us in providing quality healthcare to a greater number of Indian households,” PharmEasy co-founder Dharmil Sheth said.

It has now become the largest healthcare delivery platform across the country, catering to over two million families a month, PharmEasy said. It currently works with around 80,000 pharmacies and intends to expand that to 1,20,000 outlets by the end of 2021, it said. — PTI

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