Care24, a startup that delivers medical and healthcare services, has bagged $350,000(Rs 2.25 Cr) from India Quotient. As claimed by the company, the raised capital shall be channelized towards training their caregivers, implementing customer-satisfaction and also expanding their footprints and reach across Mumbai.
India Quotient has lately funded a couple of other health care services like Gurgaon based Curofy which is a medical networking app that aids doctors connect to other doctors conveniently and Mera Doctor which empowers its user to chat with their doctors.
Founded in December 2014, Care24 has served over a thousand patients and aims at targeting more. Currently, it provides services requiring a nurse, physiotherapist, an attendant and an infant care. The company makes 50 dealings in a day and soon envisage on adding new facilities. “We are looking at travel assistance and equipment renting as part of the platform”, states Abhishek Tiwari, Co-founder of the portal.
The company gears up to face its rivals in the medical field like Accel, Portea, Apollo hospitals, Dabur and Medwell ventures. The healthcare sector recognizes the need in providing convenient services to its customers at their doorstep, which is why many startups are trying to bridge the gap between hospitals and the patients, reports ET.