Cloud Hospital, a global medical service platform, has attracted a pre-series A round investment of 2 billion won ($1.5 million) from SJ Investment Partners, Acendo Ventures and individual investors.
Previously, the MedTech startup had attracted investments from The Invention Lab, Korea Venture Investment, Boryung Pharmaceutical, Big Bang Angels, and Acendo Ventures. The Korean startup’s cumulative investment amount up to this time is 3.7 billion won ($2.8 million).
Cloud Hospital is a platform connecting hospitals and patients worldwide, providing information so patients can easily access medical services. Hospitals can use patient management software such as marketing and attracting foreign patients to maximize efficiency.
Cloud Hospital recently exceeded 400,000 monthly active users, and the primary users are from overseas, such as the United States, Russia, and Southeast Asia. Cloud Hospital currently has 1,100 overseas partner hospitals. In Korea, more than 200 domestic partner hospitals use the platform provided by Cloud Hospital. Seoul National University Hospital has achieved more than 500% growth compared to the previous year in 2022 using the Cloud Hospital platform.
Nazarov Suleyman, CEO of Cloud Hospital, is from Turkmenistan and graduated from Kyunghee University and Hanyang University with an MBA as a government scholarship student. He obtained CFA (Certified Financial Analyst) certification and worked for more than five years at domestic asset management companies and new technology financial companies.
Cloud Hospital CEO Suleiman said, “Cloud Hospital is a cross-border medical platform that connects patients, hospitals and doctors around the world in the fastest way in the non-face-to-face era. We can help, enabling hospitals worldwide to provide the best possible access to patients.”
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