Celes Care launches first virtual clinic for women in India

|February 28, 2017 0
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HYDERABAD, INDIA: Celes Care, a digital healthcare start-up today launched India’s first virtual health clinic for women.

Founded by Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Raghu Bathina and US Certified Interventional Radiologist, Dr. Rajah Koppala, the company aims to provide women of all ages with state of the art, tech-enabled telehealth services delivered 24/7 through medical professionals.

Some of the significant women health issues addressed by the online service include: fertility, pregnancy, thyroid, PCOS, weight control, menopause, etc. Women can use their mobile phones to connect with a trained female physician in less than a minute.

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Celes has already helped over 6000 women during the company’s pilot phase.

Different women have different health and well-being requirements during different stages in their lives. Celes Care is designed for long term care so that a woman can keep visiting her “own doctor” as well as access health records throughout her health care journey.

Mr. Raghu Bathina, CEO of Celes Care said, “In today’s stress filled society and workplace, women must have an avenue where they can get their health issues addressed, conveniently and privately. We at Celes Care are committed to revolutionize health care accessibility via our unique combination of deep medical expertise and technology innovation.”

The company has a team of well-trained female doctors and advanced technology platforms such as Electronic Health Records (EHR) and health feeds, which are licensed from USA.

The company recently closed their Pre-Series A round of funding of $1.5mn from noted investors like Ventureast, Endiya Partners, Eight Roads Ventures, Boston based F-Prime Capital Partners, Dr. Varaprasad Reddy and other prominent investors.

“Digital Health will radically change healthcare in the next 10 years in India by improving access to care and patient outcomes at less than half the cost. We are very bullish about the sector. We are honored to have the guru of Digital Health and Genomics, Dr. Steven Steinhubl, join the board of Celes because of his strong belief in telehealth for India,” said Venkatadri Bobba, Partner at Ventureast.

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