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× bags Rs 7cr in Pre-Series A Funding bags Rs 7cr in Pre-Series A Funding , the internet platform for virtual consultations between doctors and patients, has announced the closing of a INR 7 Crore Pre-Series A financing round led by Ronnie Screwvala’s Unilazer Ventures.

Since launching earlier this year, claims to have helped over 300,000 people connect with carefully screened doctors across India through a simple chat interface.

The new investment will help extend its technology platform, scale up its doctor base, add to its technology and management teams, and grow to become the largest virtual healthcare platform in India. Mumbai-based Unilazer Ventures, set up by first-generation entrepreneur Ronnie Screwvala, led the round, with participation from existing investor IndiaQuotient, India’s leading early-stage fund. Previous investors include Aaavishkaar and Accion Venture Lab.

Dr. Ajay Nair, CEO and Co-Founder,, said, “We’re honoured to have partnered with Ronnie Screwvala and some of the country’s best entrepreneurs and investors to take MeraDoctor to the next stage. Within the country’s rapidly evolving healthcare industry, our focus is clear – we make it easy for everyone in India to have high quality health conversations on their phone. In just a few months after launching our app for live messaging with doctors, we’ve helped over 300,000 people connect with quality care.”

Talking about the funding Ronnie Screwvala said:“MeraDoctor’s leadership team is unique in combining a deep understanding of healthcare with a fine-tuned sense of customer needs and a relentless drive to build a large, enduring business. Mobile adoption is disrupting the way healthcare is being delivered. The very large untapped market and the team’s deep healthcare experience is a winning combination. I’m delighted to support their vision and contribute as best I can, as Ajay and Gautam tackle one of the biggest opportunities in India today.”

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