Medbelle raises $7M to build out its ‘digital hospital’

Apr 15, 2019 ·


Medbelle, the London and Berlin-based startup offering what it calls an "end-to-end platform" for medical procedures, has raised $7 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Signals Venture Capital — the VC fund of major German health insurer Signal Iduna — with partipation from Talis Capital, Mutschler Ventures, IBB and Cavalry Ventures.

Founded in 2016 by Leander de Laporte and Daniel Kolb after the pair turned down jobs at Rocket Internet, Medbelle has set out to digitise the patient journey and provide medical treatments in a more modern, convenient and consumer-centric way. Likened to a "digital hospital," the company lets patients book a number of medical procedures through its web and app-based platform.

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