With International Cat Day on August 8th and International Dog Day on the 28th, this is the month we celebrate our furry friends and appreciate the companionship they offer us in our daily lives.
Hospitals, clinics, labs, and healthcare agencies across Canada often need to transport medical-related items across the country and thus will try to find a reliable method of transportation that will account for the sensitivity of the packages being sent.
It’s virtually impossible to run a business nowadays without the use of technology – let alone a successful one. Technology helps businesses streamline their processes, successfully manage their operations and finances, and create better products and services that meet their customer’s needs.
At R Courier, we have a number of drivers out on any given day, all of whom are trained to handle a range of vehicle types in order to provide time sensitive courier services to medical facilities across Canada. Not only do they need exceptional driving skills, but they also are trained on how to handle sensitive medical packages like specimens and samples that need to be carefully delivered.
R Courier is committed to providing fast, reliable, and safe medical courier services to local, national, and international clients, and has been doing so for over 28 years now. We’ve built a reputation for ourselves for providing reliable and time-bound services, and also for being experts in our field.
At R Courier we offer a range of courier services but when it comes to medical courier services we are aware of how valuable our work truly is. It’s not just about transporting items from and to people that we don’t even know.
Do you have a parcel that you need delivered right away? Does this parcel have sensitive information that needs to get to its recipient in a timely manner? What about any medical supplies, tests, or samples, that people are relying on in order to provide patients with the healthcare they need?
Trying to do it all yourself can be near-impossible, and using valuable employees to do tasks beyond their job description can leave them disgruntled as well as be a waste of their time and talent.
When it comes to using couriers, a number of medical facilities are reliant on them in order to operate effectively to treat their patients. Laboratories, physicians, diagnostic imaging centres, and healthcare agencies across Canada all use couriers to help them get sensitive medical documents, pharmaceuticals, and lab work, from one place to another.
You may not realize it but the courier profession is actually one of the oldest in the world, with evidence of foot couriers dating as far back as 490 BCE.