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Karma Healthcare raises Rs 3Cr for scale-up

23 March 2018 | News

The startup will use the fresh funds to scale up its operations and beef up its technology offering to improve the quality of its healthcare services.

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Rajasthan-based healthcare startup Karma Primary Healthcare Services Pvt. Ltd, which provides technology-based healthcare solutions in rural areas, has raised Rs 3 crore in a fresh round of funding from equity crowd-funding platform 1Crowd.

Existing investors Ankur Capital, Ennovent Capital, Beyond Capital, and a few undisclosed angel investors also participated in this round.

The startup will use the fresh funds to scale up its operations and beef up its technology offering to improve the quality of its healthcare services.

Founded in 2014, Karma Healthcare sets up health centres in rural areas, which provide a range of health services including web-enabled patient-doctor consultations, face-to-face doctor consultations and medicines to patients. Each clinic caters to a population of 20,000-25,000.

Karma Healthcare, which currently has operations in Rajasthan and Haryana, claims to have conducted over 50,000 consultations and operates 10 e-doctor clinics.

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