Vezeeta, Egyptian health tech has extended its Doctor booking platform to Kenya.
Amir Barsoum who founded the company in 2012, made this known in a statement. According to an article which has been cited in a publication by tech publication Menabytes, the company extended its platforms to Kenya a few days back and now the company aims at extending to Nigeria in the coming weeks.
It was also revealed that the success of the company has been so good which encourages the extension of its branches. The company is said to have raised $40 million in February in a Series D round-up. The series D round-up led by Gulf Capital, one of the largest asset management firms in the Middle East.
The Series D round also included Saudi Technology Ventures (STV) an existing investor in Vezeeta.
Vezeeta is now one of the largest in terms of healthcare and management of software in the Middle East and North Africa with headquarters in Dubai.
The company now has its platforms in 50 cities including Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Lebanon.
With the operations at the 50 cities across, the company is said to have been making four (4) million annual appointments. Commenting on the development, Barsoum revealed that, they have made it possible for their users to receive well-deserved healthcare. And they will as well continue their good work by catering for the local related pains as well as expanding their platforms.
“Leveraging our technology, we have helped patients tap into the power of choice, and the power of information, to access the kind of healthcare that our users deserve. We will continue to cater to local health-related pains while expanding our product portfolio to many more markets,” Said Barsoum.