Cogito Capital Partners buys into HomeDoctor following coronavirus-led demand surge


Digital healthcare provider HomeDoctor has picked up a €3.7m Series A funding round led by Cogito Capital Partners.

The company, which was founded in 2016, is a leader in the Polish market in providing online medical consultations and delivery of healthcare services to patients’ homes.

HomeDoctor said it had seen an unprecedented growth in demand due to the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The company plans on expanding its services to other European countries, building on growing adoption of telemedicine, regulatory changes and developments in digital healthcare across Europe.

Sylwester Janik, general partner at Cogito, said, “The company’s offering meets patients’ needs and preferences for affordable and accessible healthcare services, conveniently delivered online and directly to their homes and is a game changer in the healthcare industry.”

Last year Cogito Capital raised €55m for the first close of its debut late-stage and growth-stage fund.

Cogito Fund I will mostly invest in Series B and Series C technology companies operating in Central Europe, with the potential for European and North American expansion, the firm said.

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