Healthcare booking platform Doctify bags undisclosed seven-figure Series A

Specialist clinician booking platform set to scale-up UK operations in a bid to become the “largest online medical appointments booking service”.

Doctify, a specialist healthcare appointment booking platform, has closed an undisclosed seven-figure Series A funding round led by Amadeus Capital Partners.

Founded in 2015, Doctify allows users to search for medical specialists in the UK, compare their reviews and prices and book appointments. Currently the platform covers 47 different specialisms including cardiology, oncology, paediatrics, dentistry and dermatology.

Free to patients, clinicians pay a monthly fee to list on the system, which helps them manage their schedules and refill appointments that have been cancelled at short notice.

With tens of thousands of consultants and specialists in the UK, the funding will enable Doctify to invest in its platform and accelerate expansion across the company and realise its aim of becoming the “largest online medical appointments booking service”.

Stephanie Eltz, Doctify co-founder, commented: “Amadeus has significant experience and resources in the digital healthcare sector in the UK and beyond, which we will put to good use as Doctify develops plans to access international markets next year.”

Pierre Socha, principal at Amadeus Capital Partners, said: “Since its launch last year, Doctify has quickly become the most popular patient platform for booking specialist medical appointments in the UK. With healthcare systems the world over still principally paper-based and appointments made over the phone.

“Doctify is at the forefront of digitising patient bookings and is well-positioned to become both the market leader in the UK and an established player in Europe,” said

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