Singapore-based telehealth startup Doctor Anywhere raises S$5.6 million in a Series A funding round led by Kamet Capital Partners.

Victoria Sek  |  Singapore
Published 2018-07-04 11:19:15

According to this, local startup Doctor Anywhere has “successfully” raised S$5.6 million in a Series A funding round led by Kamet Capital Partners.

The fresh injection of funds will be used to continue developing its products and services that will aid in boosting healthcare accessibility in Singapore, increase the size of the team, look for new business verticals, and develop more healthcare solutions.

Founder of Doctor Anywhere, Lim Wai Mun expressed appreciation for the company’s investors and is confident in the expansion of their network and development opportunities.

He added that their goal is to “improve accessibility to quality healthcare for everyone while supporting providers in delivering care and advice to care-seekers more efficiently”.

Lim expressed confidence that Doctor Anywhere is poised to “take the reins in this relatively new but burgeoning industry”, noting that healthcare is in the midst of a digital transformation.

“With a sustainable business model, strong leadership and a versatile team, Doctor Anywhere plays a key role in helping to shape the future of this rapidly evolving industry,” said Kerry Goh, CEO of Kamet Capital Partners.

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Screenshot of the Doctor Anywhere app / Image Credit: Doctor Anywhere

Doctor Anywhere was founded in 2015 and launched in October 2017.

The common flu and fever are just some of the minor illnesses that warrant a visit down to a clinic, and the time spent just waiting to see a doctor could be time spent resting.

The digital healthcare platform provides easy accessibility to health and wellness solutions through video consultations on its mobile app.

It currently has three features – general practitioners, lactation, and medical aesthetics. A look at their website also shows an additional service for mental wellness.

After a consultation with the doctor, all the patient has to do is rest and wait for medication and e-documents, like e-MC, to be delivered to him/her.

One consultation costs a flat fee of S$20. Medicines are charged separately and will be delivered to patients within three hours.

The app is backed by investors such as Patrick Chong who is CEO and Chairman of Lux Asia, and Fiona Bartholomeusz who is Managing Director of Formul8, according to this.

Doctor Anywhere has over 6,000 users and more than 30 doctors on the platform.

Featured Image Credit: Doctor Anywhere

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