Online health and medical services provider Anhao Times announced that it has landed tens of millions of RMB in a Series A round of financing on Thursday.
AllChinaTech reached out to the company but did not get the exact amount of the financing.
This round of fundraising was led by Longling Capital, which was founded by Mike Cai, the president of China’s largest selfie-editing app maker Meitu, and followed by F&H Capital, a company founded by Wu Jiong, the former CTO of Alibaba and Capital Nuts.
This round of financing will be used to provide services for doctors and patients in communities.
“We will provide health management services for families and provide medical training for doctors,” said Shi Jinbiao, the CEO of Anhao Times.
According to the company’s official website, its business covers 10 cities including Shenzhen, Zhengzhou and Changchun. More than 20,000 doctors are on its platform. The company claims it has top doctors from Beijing, Shanghai and Wuhan providing remote consultations for patients through its apps.
Founded in 2015 in Beijing, Anhao Times is an online medical platform that connects doctors with patients. It provides health management tools for families and medical services from doctors on its platform.
The online health and medical sector is hot in China. Many startups including Tencent-backed Guahao.com and health management platform More are competing for market share.
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