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Bahraini Healthtech App Doctori Launches in the GCC to Help Tackle COVID-19

The startup also aims to launch across the MENA region soon, in collaboration with the World Health Organization, and is providing free consultations on COVID-19.

Doctori, a Bahrain-based healthtech app that connects patients to expert doctors and healthcare professionals worldwide, has now launched its services across the GCC. The app provides video consultation sessions with 120+ doctors from a variety of fields. 

The startup has partnered with a multitude of hospitals and clinics to allow for a vast offering of services through the app, and have made all consultations regarding COVID-19 available for free. The service is in partnership with Bahrain’s Ministry of Health in a nationwide - and soon region wide - effort to provide the necessary help during the coronavirus crisis.

In addition to their services, Doctori also provides online sessions with therapists and psychiatrists to aid individuals suffering from cognitive distress, anxiety and underlying mental health issues during pandemic. 

Moreover, Doctori is planning to launch in the entire MENA region soon in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) and International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth to allow less fortunate countries to access Doctori’s services during the COVID-19 outbreak. 

We partnered with international health organisations in order to ensure that our services reach far and wide,” says Ahmed W. Mahmood, CEO and Co-founder of Doctori. “Our aim is truly to make a change in this world during these difficult times.”

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