Healthcare platform DocPlanner founded in Poland has raised a funding round of €80 million led by One Peak Partners and Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing, with participation from existing investors Piton Capital and ENERN Investments. This round brings the total amount raised by the company to some €130 million.

DocPlanner’s product includes an appointment booking platform for patients with reviews and search, as well as a SaaS tool for doctors that digitises their workflow and could supposedly reduce no-shows. The company says that it currently serves 30 million patients and processes 1.5 million bookings every month.

“Since our last funding round, we’ve focused on the core marketplace and SaaS business; now we are making a concentrated push into new growth areas,” said Mariusz Gralewski, founder and CEO of DocPlanner. “We’re seeing more opportunities in our space, both in terms of the customer segment and product offering, as the health tech market matures.”

Founded in Poland in 2012, DocPlanner currently employs more than 1,000 people across its offices in Warsaw, Barcelona, Istanbul, Rome, Mexico City and Curitiba. It operates in 15 countries, with a total of more than 2 million healthcare professionals with a total of 2.4 million patient reviews listed on its local websites.

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