DocPlanner, a Warsaw, Poland-based online health booking platform, closed a €15m Series D funding round.
The round was led by existing shareholder Enern Investments and Target Global, with participation from One Peak Partners.
The company, which has raised approximately €46m to date, will use the new funds for expansion into Latin America with the opening of new offices in Brazil and Mexico over the next six months, for development of advanced software for doctors, and for marketing and sales activities in core markets in Southern Europe and Latin America.
Led by Mariusz Gralewski, founder and CEO, DocPlanner provides a booking platform offering patients a space to find and review the best doctor according to their needs. For healthcare professionals and institutions, DocPlanner offers tools to manage patient flow, improve the efficiency of their practice, and enhance their online presence.
The company currently serves 20 million patients and processes 340,000 bookings every month. It lists more than 5 million healthcare professionals with a total of 2 million patient reviews on its websites in 30 countries.
Founded in 2012 in Poland, DocPlanner now has a team of 300 based across offices in Warsaw, Barcelona, Istanbul and Rome.
Ten months ago, the company announced a Series C round of $20m and merged with Spanish healthcare platform Doctoralia.