Zur Rose Group sells its Swiss business to Migros/Medbase and focuses on its core B2C business, mainly in Germany. At the same time, the company is renamed DocMorris.
DocMorris DoctiPharma expands its product range to include over-the-counter (OTC) medications.
Collaboration with healthcare company Roche offers innovative health journeys for people living with diabetes.
The DocMorris health app develops significantly with its centred portfolio of services – from online doctor consultations, e-prescription redemption, pharmaceutical advice, and other digital solutions to various delivery options for medicines and healthcare products.
The Zur Rose Group acquires the e-commerce and diabetes activities of the online pharmacy Apotal in Germany.
The Zur Rose Group acquires TeleClinic, Germany’s leading telemedicine provider.
Zur Rose and the innovative health service provider Medbase extend their cooperation and run shop-in-shop pharmacies in the Swiss Migros supermarket branches, as well as the Zur Rose webshop, through two joint ventures.
The Zur Rose Group extends its marketplace business model to France by acquiring the marketplace DoctiPharma.
The Zur Rose Group acquires the e-commerce activities of medpex (Germany’s third-largest online pharmacy at the time).
The Zur Rose Group acquires the activities of online pharmacy apo-rot in Germany.
The Zur Rose Group acquires the Spanish marketplace PromoFarma for health, beauty and personal care products (BPC).
Acquisition of Eurapon Pharmahandel GmbH in Germany and the online pharmacy Vitalsana B.V. in the Netherlands.
The first shop-in-shop pharmacy opens in the Migros supermarket branch in Bern, Switzerland, promoting closer interactions with customers as part of our omni-channel strategy.
The Zur Rose Group’s shares are traded on the SIX Swiss Exchange in a successful IPO. This is the starting point of our journey towards building the go-to digital health destination in Europe in line with our long-term growth strategy.
Online prescription account launches for customers in Switzerland offering prescription refill orders, direct repeat prescription requests and past purchase information.
The DocMorris HQ moves to Avantis Business Park in Heerlen, Netherlands, with a state-of-the-art logistics centre and new administrative building.
Zur Rose acquires BlueCare AG, a company specialising in integrated care and primary care models.
The handling of all mail-order business under the VfG brand is transferred to Halle an der Saale, Germany. Subsequently, the logistics centre in the Czech Republic is closed.
Zur Rose acquires DocMorris, Europe’s largest online pharmacy.
The HomeCare service is launched in Switzerland where nurses help patients at home with complex medication treatment.
Non-prescription (OTC) drugs are added to the product range offered in Swiss online business.
The pharmaceutical company Helvepharm AG is sold to sanofi aventis.
Zur Rose extends Swiss range to include health, beauty and personal care products (BPC).
Czech-based VfG online pharmacy is acquired, operating in Germany.
Launch of the Dailymed service, allowing patients to individually portion and dose a variety of medications.
The initial pro-rata shareholding in Helvepharm AG becomes a full takeover.
Zur Rose Pharma GmbH is established in Halle an der Saale, marking the start of its online business in Germany.
The acquisitions of Ogera AG and Neuen Kloster Apotheke AG increase the market share in the supply of products to dispensing doctors to more than 25%, making Zur Rose one of the market leaders.
Swiss mail-order pharmacy starts delivering medications to patients.
Equity interest in Helvepharm AG as part of a joint venture with Germany’s third-largest generic drug manufacturer STADA Arzneimittel AG.
Zur Rose moves from Steckborn, Switzerland to Frauenfeld and commissions a logistics centre covering a total area of 4,500 m².
The delivery service, PolyRose is founded as a joint subsidiary of Zur Rose and Polymed Medical Center.
Medical supply to Swiss doctors begins.
Zur Rose is founded by Walter Oberhänsli and a group of medical doctors. The first brick-and-mortar pharmacy opens in Steckborn, Switzerland.