Min Doktor raises series B round of SEK 218M for its doctor appointment solution

Sweden Investments 17 May 2017
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Min Doktor, a Malmö, Sweden-based digital health startup, announced raising SEK 218M ($25M) in fresh equity funding. The backers are the existing investors, including EQT Ventures, Filip Engelbert, Jonas Nordlander, HealthCap or Inbox Capital.

Min Doktor, founded in 2013 by Magnus Nyhlén, has developed the first digital private healthcare provider in Sweden, that works as a platform providing doctor-patient communications through voice, video, and text, and allowing doctors to issue prescriptions.

The investment will be used for opening up new markets. Prior to it, the company has raised about $14M in external funding.