Point Nine Capital, Piton Capital, RTA Ventures and business angels have invested $1m in DocPlanner, a Polish online medical appointment booking services company.
The company, which was funded by its founders up to this point, plans to double the number of markets it currently operates in (from five to 10) and develop its flagship product.
DocPlanner's flagship service is an online physician appointment calendar that allows users to find a medical specialist in their neighbourhood and schedule an appointment using the doctor's calendar.
The company was co-founded by Mariusz Gralewski in 2010 and is headquartered in Warsaw. The business also operates in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia and Germany via its country-specific websites. The group posts site visits of more than 2.5 million patients a month, including 1.7 million in Poland and 600,000 in the Czech Republic.
XAnge Private Equity bought a minority stake in the group in 2007 for €3.5m
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Business, founded in 2014, is currently at proof-of-concept stage for its product