- Saudi Arabia-based healthtech Integrative Health has acquired Nala, another Saudi healthtech, for an unknown sum.
- Founded in 2019 by Othman Abahussein, Nala is a digital health company that simplifies healthcare access, while Integrative Health offers a digital-first approach to urgent and primary care.
- The acquisition aims to leverage Nala's platform to enhance Integrative Health's technology capabilities and expand its comprehensive care services across the kingdom.
Integrative Health, the Kingdom's pioneering and patient-centric network of digital-first urgent care centers, is thrilled to announce the complete acquisition of Nala, one of the region's most advanced digital health platforms serving over 200,000 patients.
The details of the acquisition have not been disclosed, but the strategic move aims to leverage Nala's powerful platform to significantly enhance Integrative Health's technology capabilities and expand its comprehensive care services across the kingdom.
Established as the first urgent care centers in the Kingdom, Integrative Health is renowned for creating an effective primary care solution driven by cutting-edge technology. The healthcare network has been growing consistently due to its strong contractual alliances with leading insurance companies and government authorities.
"Nala has built a renowned reputation for being the region's most advanced digital health platform," said Dr. Theeb Alqahtani, Founder & Chairman of Integrative Health. "This acquisition underscores our commitment as a technology-powered company to leverage Nala's robust digital health platform to enrich our capabilities, accelerate our growth, and diversify our revenue streams."
This acquisition further solidifies Integrative Health's vision of building the kingdom's next generation of health services. Nala's platform and digital tools will be integrated into Integrative Health's existing services, providing patients with increased access to care and a more personalized treatment experience.