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Millions of South Africans have chronic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure or HIV. The best way to manage a chronic condition is by staying on your medication. To make access to your medicine supplies easier, you can register for a free and convenient service called CCMDD (Central Chronic Medicine Dispensing and Distribution). CCMDD, or ‘Get Checked. Go Collect’ as we call it, allows you to collect your government-issued medication for free at convenient collection points.

The CCMDD service is even more useful to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, as it is important to avoid places where many people gather.

Here you can find out more about the most common chronic conditions, how COVID-19 affects people with these illnesses, and how being a registered CCMDD patient can help you to manage your condition more easily during this period.

How Does it make access to my medication supplies easier?

You register for the free and convenient service called the Centralised Chronic Medication Dispensing and Distribution programme (or CCMDD)

CCMDD is also known as:

  • Get Checked, Go Collect
  • DABLAP

No matter what its called, the programme allows you to collect your government -issued medication for free at convenient pick-up-points

How does it help me?

Do you find it difficult to take time off work to collect your medication from the clinic? Do you want to avoid the long clinic queues to protect yourself from COVID-19 infection?

The CCMDD service offers a simple, fast and efficient service for you to collect your medication from a wide range of safe and convenient medicine pick-up points – saving you time, reducing your transport costs, and ensuring that you have the stocks you need to maintain your treatment programme.

What about COVID-19?

The CCMDD service is even more useful to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, as it is important to avoid places where many people gather. By registering for CCMDD, you can avoid the busy government clinics and collect your medication from one of more than 200 collection points.

Ask your nurse about registering for the CCMDD service.

How Does it make access to my medication supplies easier?

How Does it make access to my medication supplies easier?

You register for the free and convenient service called the Centralised Chronic Medication Dispensing and Distribution programme (or CCMDD)

CCMDD is also known as:

  • Get Checked, Go Collect
  • DABLAP

No matter what its called, the programme allows you to collect your government -issued medication for free at convenient pick-up-points

How does it help me?

Do you find it difficult to take time off work to collect your medication from the clinic? Do you want to avoid the long clinic queues to protect yourself from COVID-19 infection?

The CCMDD service offers a simple, fast and efficient service for you to collect your medication from a wide range of safe and convenient medicine pick-up points – saving you time, reducing your transport costs, and ensuring that you have the stocks you need to maintain your treatment programme.

What about COVID-19?

The CCMDD service is even more useful to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, as it is important to avoid places where many people gather. By registering for CCMDD, you can avoid the busy government clinics and collect your medication from one of more than 200 collection points.

Ask your nurse about registering for the CCMDD service.

What is CCMDD?

The Process of CCMDD

The Benefits of CCMDD

Yini i-CCMDD?

Inqubo ye CCMMDD

Nakhu okuzuzayo ku CCMDD

Collecting Medication

Reach Your Milestones

CCMDD Cuts the Queues

With support from the U.S President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief through the National Department of Health.

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