In a move providing extreme convenience to the customers in today’s impossibly difficult weather, Careem has been driving doctors to patients’ doorsteps. Yes, you read it right … instead of patients running to the doctor through the hailstorm, Pakistan’s uber popular ride-sharing service Careem, in collaboration with the medical app Find my Doctor, is bringing a doctor to your doorstep so that you could be spared the hassle of rushing to the emergency ward for minor treatments.
The offer is a limited time feature (25-26 January 2017), and experienced massive success on it’s first of the two days validity period.
How Does it Work?
By following the simple steps shared below, in a matter of few clicks, you could book a ride with Careem and avail qualified doctors at your doorstep to treat your cold and flu in this weather. All you have to do is:
- Open the Careem App and choose MyDoctor car type (In case it does not appear, re-login to your app)
- Make a NOW booking between 12pm – 5pm
- Press Chalo!
Voila! You’re good to go (or, rather, receive the doctor)!
The only points you need to remember, is that the MyDoctor car type option is available for booking a ride ONLY:
- On January 25 and January 26.
- For NOW booking.
- Between 12pm – 5pm.
The offer by the ride hailing service Careem has been extended in cities Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore. The new cities at Careem’s expanding rostrum: Peshawar, Hyderabad and Faisalabad, do not have this service offer available to them.
About Find my Doctor
Find my Doctor app, available on iOS Appstore and Android Play Store for free download, is the easiest way to help you locate the best doctors near you. The app maintains the claim of being the first healthcare app of Pakistan which provides the convenience of finding the nearest doctor by providing you with information such as, the doctor’s qualification, specialization, experience, availability (timing) and fee.
The app also lets you locate, review, compare and make appointments as per your healthcare needs.
Founded in 2012, Careem now has operation in 47 cities across Middle East, North Africa and Turkey. Making its entry into the Pakistani market in 2015, Careem already has a good hold of the commute business in the country’s three economic centres: Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.
Providing great service, well trained captains and through nominal rates, the ride-sharing mobile-application has gained immense popularity among the youth of Pakistan, women especially, who find it a much more secure and comfortable replacement to a conventional the cabs.
Remember, if you want to avail Careems’s #ChaloLetsHeal offer to treat your seasonal flu and fever, tomorrow is the last day.
Let me remind you again, the working hours for the offer are 12 pm to 5 pm.