Originally published by FinSMEs on January 23, 2023
Docline, a Malaga, Spain-based healthtech company, raised €3M in Pre Series A funding.
The round was led by SEAF and its spin-off fund EmergingTech Ventures, with participation from other funds such as Sherry Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to consolidate its growth in Spain and expand to new markets.
Founded in 2016 by Omar Najid (CEO) and Roberto Medina (Medical Director), Docline is a digital health company that offers telemedicine solutions to healthcare professionals, hospitals, insurers, pharmaceutical companies and companies in the sector. Its proposal offers the possibility of automating processes and digitalising services by providing remote patient care through a complete suite of more than 15 functionalities, from communication (video consultations, medical chat, telephone calls) to the issue and receipt of private and approved electronic prescriptions thanks to its integration with more than 23,000 dispensing chemists in Spain. The solutions are already used by large companies such as MAPFRE, the Madrid College of Physicians, Vithas, Grupo San Juan de Dios, IVI and Grupo MOK.
The company already operates in Morocco and Latin America and currently has a team of 33 people.