Polish startup HomeDoctor attracts €3.7M

According to EU-startups, healthtech company HomeDoctor has closed a €3.7 million Series A round led by Cogito Capital Partners.

Warsaw and Amsterdam-based startup HomeDoctor is a digital healthcare provider of online medical consultations and healthcare services to patients’ home that operates in B2B2C and B2C models. Since HomeDoctor has being founded in 2016, the number of doctors it cooperates with, increased to 350. 

“Home Doctor’s mission is to transform the traditional healthcare model challenged by accessibility issues and deliver healthcare services to consumers in a seamless, patient-centric way. We are delighted to have Cogito on board, to support our plans and strengthen our capacity to execute our ambitious growth and expansion strategy,” Szymon Horaczuk, the founder and CEO, maintains.

Leading investor Cogito Capital Partners is a venture capital firm with offices in Warsaw and New York. It focuses on investment in late and growth-stage tech companies from CEE countries with global expansion potential.

HomeDoctor is planning to use the proceeds for further development of its telemedicine and home-visit services and expanding them to European countries, as well as growing the team.