03 June 2021 | News
The fundraising will allow the company to invest in new categories, build a team and infrastructure
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Hyderabad-based startup Good Health Clinic has raised a total of $5.2 million from Khosla Ventures, Quiet Capital, W Health Ventures, Weekend Fund among other angels. This fundraise allows them to invest in new categories, build out a great team and continue to build out their infrastructure to serve a rapidly growing user base.
The company was founded in January with just the hair fall category under the 'Marsbyghc' brand name and they have been rapidly adding more categories since then. The company aims to provide a full-stack solution for patient’s healthcare problems. They provide free consultations with a team of experts after which a course of treatment is recommended for each condition and is specific to the patient.
Speaking about the fundraise, Samarth Sindhi, CEO said, “We plan to utilise the funding to expand into more categories that solve similar common health problems for people from the comfort of their home. We also plan on working towards improving the availability of information around these conditions, allowing people to understand what is causing their conditions and why and how our solution will help them overcome their condition."