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SA healthtech Quro Medical raises $1.1 million in seed funding

Quro Medical

SA digital healthtech startup has raised $1.1 million in a seed round led by Enza Capital and Mohau Equity Partners. The investment round was led by South Africa and VC firms  Enza Capital and Mohau Equity Partners. This new round will be used to scale its operations.

Quro Medical is looking to disrupt the traditional healthcare landscape where hospitals experience excessive demand, the strain on bed capacity, and other patient treatments that hinder effective patient treatment and outcomes.

Zikho Pali, the COO of Quro Medical said that the healthcare sector has experienced “extreme pressure and strain” caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vuyane Mhlomi, the CEO at Quro Medical said, “The technology is the enabler, making all of this possible.” 

Quro Medical enables home care that is safe unlocking great value for the patient and their healthcare providers. Founded in 2018, they combined state-of-the-art software and hardware with clinical excellence to manage sick patients in the comfort of their homes.


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