Medyseva, a telemedicine healthcare startup based in indore has raised Rs 1.5 crore in pre-Series A funding under Startup India Seed Fund Scheme from AIC RNTU Bhopal.
The startup also received funds from a clutch of angel investors that include Mohit Gulati, Mandar Joshi, Yamika Mehra, Ankita Vashistha, Aarti Gupta, and Dr Vivek Bindra, led by Horses Stable, to build a robust network of its flagship initiative Medyseva Kendra in rural India.
Medyseva will use the funds to hire specialist doctors to ensure efficient service delivery to the rural sector, reinforce and extend its IT infrastructure, and add more services to its existing offerings.
The telemedicine healthcare startup hopes to give Indians from Tier II, III, and beyond towns and rural areas access to top-notch physicians and economical healthcare services. By the end of this fiscal year, it looks forward to having established about 250 clinics, up from its current 20.
Furthermore the healthtech startup has framed up Medyseva Kendras offering consultation and services, that include hospitalisation, pathology, ambulance, radiology. It is worth noting that the startup also offers home care services too, covering the entire spectrum of services—from having virtual consultations to getting surgeries, from booking diagnostic tests to computerising the medical records.
The Indore based startup, was founded by Dr Vishesh Kasliwal, Medyseva is a healthcare startup that focuses on Telemedicine in Rural part of India. It aims to become the ultimate healthcare partner for all citizens so they can get access to high quality healthcare services with ease and comfort at affordable prices. By bridging the gap between the urban doctors and rural patients, Medyseva Kendras has state-of-the-art technology that cover the entire spectrum of services that one needs to keep healthy.
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