At Home Doc, Qatar’s healthtech platform, raises $1.9m in a pre-series A round

At Home Doc, Qatar’s healthtech platform, raises $1.9m in a pre-series A round

At Home Doc, a Qatari-based health-tech platform, raised $1.9m in a pre-series A round led by Elaj Group’s investment arm Tawasol Holdings, endorsed by Qatar Development Bank (QDB) and other angel investors. 

At Home Doc is also partnering with Elaj Group with aims to accelerate the expansion of home healthcare services in Saudi Arabia.

The platform is aimed at patients who can’t travel a large distance for an in-person visit, offering them tools to connect instantly with their primary care provider. These tools include online consultations, in-person home services, prescription refills, and memberships giving patients discounts, as well as informative health and wellness bite-sized videos on the mobile app.

The startup was founded in 2016 by Hesham Elfeshawy and Hatem ElFeshawy and aims to expand the reach of healthcare services in the MENA & GCC regions using innovative tech to make healthcare universally accessible and affordable.

“Parties have a common interest to formulate a joint venture ELAJ-AT HOME and assign a workforce to execute the framework for the potential collaboration. The potential collaboration is to pilot operations in the Saudi market. ELAJ-AT HOME aims to create a global digital clinic that incorporates doctors, medical labs, and hospitals throughout the entire group’s entities in one digital platform, making quality healthcare accessible for patients everywhere,” Hesham Elfeshawy, CEO of At Home Doc, said. 

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