The two startups provide more or less the same type of services through their solutions, which also includes asking anonymous questions to medical personal and reviews of different doctors.
In Spain they’re market leaders with over 2 million users every month.
The new company will become one of the biggest online healthcare booking sites in the world.
Doubles in size
According to Doctoralia, they have around 9 million monthly users, and DocPlanner says that they have over 8 million MAU’s.
This means that the joint venture, more or less will have close to double the size in users.
It’s also worth mentioning that DocPlanner recently closed a series C-round of €20 million. In total since their launch, DocPlanner has closed €34 million.
Docplanner also offers features like clinic administration, tele-assistents and automatic appointment reminders.
The company says they have have somewhere around 200.000 bookings per months.
The full details of the merger is not clear yet , so we don’t know what kind of structure the new deal will bring, or if the new company will have a strong presence in Barcelona.
Founded back in 2007 by Albert Armengol, David Diaz and Frederic Llordachs-Marques, Doctoralia now operates in 20 countries and offer services from a pool of over 85.000 professionals.
Armengol and his co-founders will join the board of DocPlanner and join the senior management team:
“We are thrilled to build a global healthcare leader with DocPlanner, especially because the teams share similar attitudes and there is so much we can learn from each other; we could not have asked for a better partner,” says Doctoralia CEO Albert Armengol.
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