Doctor Care Anywhere expands into Republic of Ireland

Doctor Care Anywhere Group (DOC) has expanded its digital healthcare service to patients in the Republic of Ireland.   

The self-pay service is now available to patients via Boots Ireland, part of Walgreens Boots Alliance, a global pharmacy group, which has 89 stores across the country.

The company said the new service would build on its current activities in the Irish market and help transform the health journeys of patients, providing telephone and video consultations led by Doctor Care Anywhere’s Irish Medical Council registered GPs.

As a doctor founded, patient-focused company, Doctor Care Anywhere plc (ASX:DOC) believe that happy doctors mean happy patients. It’s a virtuous circle and one that we’ve built a great team to help keep going.

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