HomeDoctor Raises €3.7M in Series A Funding


HomeDoctor, a Warsaw, Poland- and Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based digital healthcare provider, raised €3,7m in Series A funding.

The round was led by Cogito Capital Partners with participation from the company’s founders.

The company will use the funds to continue the growth of its operations in Poland, building its team and capacity in order to further expand geographically and build strategic partnerships aimed at scaling-up its offering and market reach.

Founded in 2016 by Szymon Horaczuk, CEO, HomeDoctor provides online medical consultations and delivery of healthcare services to patients’ homes. The company is operating as a b2b2c and a b2c medical services platform that enables delivery of both, online and phone consultations (telemedicine channel) and booking a doctor appointment (home visit). Home Doctor is also a partner for largest medical centres and insurers in Poland.

The services are available online as well as through a dedicated mobile app (connecting doctors and patients). For home-visits business, the company uses geo-location technology, to ensure that the nearest available doctor is dispatched to a patient, which allows for delivery of a home visit within 1 hour of wait time. This feature is combined with over 200 GPs dedicated to home-visits.

The company currently works with over 350 doctors (GPs as well as 16 different specialisations) who call on patients across Poland.



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