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Qatar’s Meddy is Raising $2.5 Million in Series A Funding

Recently, a doctor booking startup platform, Meddy in Qatar, has raised $2.5 million in a Series A round. The Modus Capital of New York led the round, and many investors joined it, such as Turkey’s 212, Kasamar holdings from Abu Dhabi, Qatar Science and Technology Park, Innoway, Dharmendra Ghai who is a health tech person and many more.

Meddy provides an innovative platform for the patients to find doctors as well as hospitals for the treatment. People can easily book appointments via this platform. It is easy to search for a doctor with particular specializations, treatments, education, language, and other things by applying filters. The company was founded in Qatar in 2016. You can also rate and write reviews about the doctor on this platform.

The company also provides other products and services to the clinics and their marketing teams to supervise the bookings, analytics, and patient reviews. There is a big hand of Meddy behind the increasing profitability of doctors as it helps in getting new customers by its online platform. According to Meddy, it has provided thousands of bookings and generated over $50 million in clinics and hospital billings in Qatar and UAE.

Last year, Meddy had expanded its services to UAE via Dubai and Sharjah. Now, it is planning to expand in Abu Dhabi. The co-founder and CEO of Meddy, Haris Aghadi, said that the company is planning to expand across the world. He continued that after the expansion of their services to the UAE, the rate of bookings has been doubled. The company got positive feedbacks from the people, and it is continuously growing rapidly.

Marisol Contreras
Marisol Contreras
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