Medical booking platform DocPlanner raises €15 million Series D round

Jonathan Keane

Jonathan Keane

Freelance journalist based in Dublin, Ireland covering tech news, funding, and exits
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Health tech startup, DocPlanner has raised €15 million in a Series D round to further grow its SaaS healthcare booking platform.

The fresh round of funding was led by ENERN Investments with participation from Target Global and One Peak Partners. The round brings the company’s total funding to €46 million to date.

The funding will aid the Warsaw-based company’s push into Latin America by opening offices in Brazil and Mexico in the coming months and investing in sales and marketing for the region as well as in Southern Europe, another strong market for the company. DocPlanner merged with Spain’s Doctoralia last year and said in a statement that it is considering more acquisitions to help accelerate its growth.

“We continue the process of integrating the DocPlanner and Doctoralia teams and have already developed a very coherent and well-functioning organisation with a common mission and strategy,” said CEO Mariusz Gralewski.

"In addition to consolidating our presence in core markets, our goal with the new funding is to expand our offering to doctors by moving beyond the calendar management.”

Pavel Mucha, partner at ENERN Investments added: “We believe the time has come for uprising SaaS technologies to change the way we interact with doctors and manage our health, which will greatly advance the quality of life around the world. DocPlanner can make a global dent.”

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