Good Health Clinic (GHC), a subsidiary of Hyderabad-based health-tech start-up Digi-Prex, has raised $5.2 million from Quiet Capital, Khosla Ventures, Weekend Fund, and W Health Ventures, among other marquee angel investors.
The start-up aims to use the investment to develop new categories of products, create strong infrastructure, and build out a team. GHC provides an end-to-end solution for patients with skincare, hair fall issues, sexual health, skincare, and weight loss, among others. The start-up had an exciting launch when it launched its products in January 2021, with the start-up rapidly adding more categories since then. GHC also provides a patient-specific course of treatment, with unlimited free consultations on the platform.
The parent company of GHC, Digi-Prex had earlier raised USD5.5 million in its round of seed funding, which was led by Khosla Ventures. This platform was founded in 2019 by Samarth, a mechanical engineering graduate from Brown University, USA. The platform aims to establish itself in the booming healthcare sector of India, which is expected to reach a valuation of USD372 Billion by 2022.
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