Doctor Anywhere raises US$27M Series B funding led by Square Peg
Doctor Anywhere, a tech-enabled healthcare company headquartered in Singapore, announces today that it has secured a US$27 million Series B financing round led by Square Peg, a venture capital fund in Australia. Joining the round is Singapore Government investment arm EDBI, international healthcare provider IHH Healthcare, Pavilion Capital, and existing shareholder Kamet Capital, bringing Doctor Anywhere’s total capital base to exceed US$40 million.
The company said that the latest investment will “boost its market leadership position in the healthtech industry in Asia, as it prepares for expansion to augment the region’s healthcare landscape through digital transformation, with the support of local and regional partners.”
Doctor Anywhere recently launched its platform in Thailand, in partnership with one of Thailand’s established private hospitals, and a global corporate insurance provider. Doctor Anywhere also operates in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, with announcements on other regional plans in the pipeline due later this year.