Oladoc, a Pakistani appointments booking platform secured $1.8 million investment.

Oladoc, a Pakistani platform for booking doctor’s appointments and healthcare teleconsultation, announced that it has secured $1.8 million in a Pre-Series A investment.

According to Oaldoc, the investment was led by Sarmayacar Ventures, with participation from Doha Tech Angels and other angel investors. While the round was closed in 2021, the official confirmation of the funding was made today.

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The statement quoted Sarmayacar founder and Chief Executive Officer Rabeel Warraich as saying: “We are excited to partner with Oladoc on their journey to provide quality healthcare to everyone in Pakistan.

Oladoc’s team has demonstrated strong on the ground execution, helping establish Oladoc as the number one doctor-booking platform in Pakistan.”

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“We look forward to working with the founders to accelerate Oladoc’s growth and unlock the full market potential,” he added.

“The platform puts the power in the hands of patients (versus doctors), by giving them the ability to search, book, rate and review healthcare providers. In addition, the platform also provides its users the ability to order lab tests [and] save their medical history in the application,” the statement read.

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