This news comes on the heels of its Series F round. The company plans to use the funding to increase headcount and support European expansion. Here are the top-line bullets you need to know.
Doctolib, a platform for booking appointments with doctors, has raised a Series F round and $549M in debt. The Series F round drew participation from Bpifrance, Eurazeo, and General Atlantic, and the debt financing was provided by undisclosed investors.
HOW’S THE COMPANY PERFORMING?
- France-based Doctolib provides a platform that enables patients to book in-person and virtual visits with a healthcare professional.
- Its platform has been used by 60M patients across France, Germany, and Italy.
- The company caters to 300K medical workers and 250 public hospitals. The company plans to onboard another 100K medical workers in 2022.
- The startup is supported by a team of 2.5K employees.
- Doctolib currently has 40 offices in France, and it has additional offices in Berlin and Milan.
WHY DOES THE MARKET MATTER?
- The global healthcare provider network management market is expected to reach a value of $11.2B by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 16.34%, according to Verified Market Research.
- Digital healthcare companies raised a record $57.2B across 2,930 deals in 2021. This was spurred by the growing need to provide patients with digital healthcare solutions and delivery models to counter pandemic-fueled restrictions.
- The increasing focus on healthcare accessibility has driven market growth.
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