With plans to expand into Alexandria already in the works, the investment will allow the startup to expand its products and services.
In less than a year, Egyptian healthtech startup, CliniDo, has managed to recruit 1500 healthcare providers and serve more than 12,000 patients through 15,000 bookings across Cairo and Upper Egypt. Launched in January 2020, the platform allows users to book appointments with doctors and currently operates three services: clinic booking, telehealth service and CliniDo medical blog.
These services are set to be expanded, with the news that founders, Wael Soliman and Mina Shawky, set to channel a new six-figure investment to develop new products and services, as well as onboarding more healthcare providers on the platform.
“We are aiming to be the healthcare companion for our patients, empowering them with the knowledge needed to choose the most appropriate and convenient healthcare service for a better life,” said Shawky in light of the investment in the startup, which is also set to begin offering its services in Alexandria.
Find out more about CliniDo here.
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