Healthcare booking company DocPlanner raises €80m

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14 May 2019

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Digital healthcare company DocPlanner has raised €80 million. It may use some of the funds for acquisitions.

Digital healthcare company DocPlanner has raised €80 million in a funding round led by One Peak Partners and Goldman Sachs Private Capital.

The company’s platform lets patients book appointments online, while doctors can manage visits and increase their online presence.

DocPlanner aims to use the funds for expansion in core markets, hiring and product development.

To accelerate growth, the company may also use some of the funds to acquire young, innovative cloud-based software companies.

This would follow acquisitions in Turkey in 2014 and Spain in 2016.

“We see enormous potential to accelerate the digital transformation of the healthcare industry,” said Humbert de Liedekerke, managing partner of One Peak Partners.

DocPlanner works across 15 countries, with 30 million patients and more than 2 million healthcare professionals. The company had 1.5 million appointments booked last month.

Existing investors Piton Capital and ENERN Investments also took part in the series E round.