Egyptian healthtech startup CliniDo, has raised a six-figure seed funding round from angel investors.
Founded in January 2020 by Wael Soliman and Mina Shawky, CliniDo helps patients make and schedule appointments with doctors. In under a year, it has launched three services; clinic booking, telehealth service and CliniDo medical blog.
CliniDo.com has managed to onboard 1500 healthcare providers and served more than 12,000 patients through 15,000 bookings across greater Cairo, Upper Egypt with plans to launch soon in Alexandria.
“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 Mina Shawky, founder of CliniDo, who further explained that CliniDo will use the investment to complete their product development, introduce new services and acquire more healthcare providers.