A young man from Karachi has managed to raise 33 3.3 million for the country’s healthcare startup ‘Health Wire’.
Hamza Iqbal founded the Health Wire Company, which aims to provide low-cost access to quality healthcare and medical services for every citizen of Pakistan.
He said that since its inception, HealthWire has focused on digitizing the operations of doctors, clinics, hospitals, laboratories and pharmacies.
Hamza Iqbal said it now serves as the largest and most integrated platform for thousands of people providing quality medical services in more than 60 cities across Pakistan.
On the occasion, Health Wire co-founder and CTO Muhammad Nabil said that communication between patients and doctors is the point where the entire ecosystem of providing medical facilities is found.
He said that such connectivity on our health tech platform ensures access to the best and highest quality medical facilities for patients in remote areas of the country.
Muhammad Nabil said that affiliated banks, health providers such as hospitals, clinics, laboratories, pharmacy and health insurance would be able to serve patients more efficiently.
Leading investors participated in the funding round, which was attended by 47 Ventures, Habib Bank Ltd., Dilsons Pvt. Ltd. and Angel Investors from Silicon Valley.
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