Saudi Arabia: Sanar, the Saudi Arabia-based digital healthcare platform, has raised an undisclosed Seed funding round, led by Impact46.
The Sanar platform provides users with multiple telemedicine and at-home health care services. Its services range from video/chat specialized clinic consultation, home nursing care, lab tests at home, and physiotherapy sessions with healthcare professionals. Since the launch of the platform in 2019, Sanar has on-bordered more than 450 Saudi doctors and consultants, providing their services virtually in over 24 clinics.
Faisal Alhomaidhi, Co-Founder of Sanar commented, “Sanar aims to establish a virtual hospital that provides integrated medical services, crossing the boundaries of distances. Sanar is contributing to providing innovative technology and service, close to what is provided in health centers and hospitals, on a large scale covering major cities and small towns across the Kingdom.
“Sanar continuously expands the scope of its work, by successfully managing the on-boarding of major insurance companies, and partnerships with institutions in the public and private sectors, to develop its services and achieve its mission. We aim to contribute to a healthy society, and empower all members to have access to necessary medical care at their convenience.”
Abdulaziz Alomran, from Impact46, added, “The team behind every solution plays a vital role in delivering it in a competitive environment. We are truly proud to back Sanar with the lead of an experienced team to deliver the vision of innovative healthcare solutions.”
The funding round will support Sanar’s mission of raising the quality of healthcare and revolutionizing the way people perceive it.