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Zuri, a Kenyan healthcare startup receives funding from Morocco VC ,UM6P Ventures


Using mobile applications, websites, WhatsApp chatbots, and SMS services, the telemedicine startup Zuri Health provides patients in Africa with access to high-quality, fairly cost healthcare.

Using the app, patients may schedule diagnostic and laboratory testing, communicate and consult with doctors, buy prescription drugs from pharmacies, and schedule home visits with licensed medical professionals.

More patients are preferring virtual consultations, which has already been a huge success for Zuri Health. Through the user-friendly telemedicine platform, remote diagnostics, virtual consultations with doctors, prescription dispensing, and other services are all accessible.

Due to the platform’s seamless integration with electronic medical records, patients may easily share their medical history with their doctor.

Zuri Health has recruited more than 600 clinicians to its platform in addition to more than 16 pharmacy partners and 29 lab partners, including PharmaPlus and Ilara Health. With the help of these partnerships, Zuri Health has recorded over 10,000 test and medicine orders as well as 24,000 WhatsApp Bot interactions.

Running a company that is rapidly growing and evolving, like Zuri Health, is a fascinating undertaking, according to Titilola Olaolu-Hassan, Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder.

 The company’s rate of growth shows that we are headed in the right direction. To better serve the public, we will continually improve our practices and services.

The company intends to utilize the money to expand its personnel, invest in new markets, and enhance its current technologies, all of which will help its patients.

Zuri Health will be able to increase the quality of care it offers and reach more individuals thanks to this support.




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