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Imedilane a healthcare startup raised a funding of $40k from an Angel Investor

Mahendra Patel, an ex-army officer, one of the angel investors, and Nilender Chauhan a businessman. They have invested $40000 in a Delhi based healthcare startup Imedilane. Shakti Anand, an Ex – Military Engineering Service Officer founded this startup along with his wife Khushboo Anand. After observing the problem of their relatives staying in Tier 2 & Tier 3 cities, they started a consultation platform on daily basis as Metro city consist most best Health Care Practitioners.
Shakti Anand founder of Imedilane said that
“The information provided is basically based on word of mouth shared by their friends and relatives, also there is no such portal which provides proper solution for the consultation.”
With the team of more than 120 doctors, Imedilane started their operations, and have reach out to more than 8,000 users in the last few weeks. Imedilane wants to reduce the gap in Industry and then promote medical tourism in India to get a better response from the market.
The basic idea of Imedilane is to help patient to save their money and time by travelling too far, and provide services to patient to consult the doctor according to their need from home with the help of Email Consultation, Tele Calling and Video Calling and further to help them find places to stay easily. With the theme Go Global by our Prime Minister Narendar Modi, Imedilane has plan to target African and UAE market.
Doctor’s can also manage the clinics with the software provided by the Company, so that they can interact on social media and save time for the patient in Emergencies.

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