Saudi Arabia-based healthtech startup Sanar, last week raised an undisclosed amount in its seed round led by Impact46.
Founded in 2019, Sanar provides multiple telemedicine and at-home services ranging from video/chat specialised clinic consultation to online physiotherapy sessions with the help of more than 450 Saudi doctors and consultants.
Commenting on the development, Faisal Alhomaidhi, Co-founder of Sanar, in a statement, said,
“Sanar the platform aims to establish a virtual hospital that provides integrated medical services that cross the boundaries of distances, indicating that the idea of the application came to achieve the vision of creating a health tech system for medical care that serves the individuals easily,”
Sanar aims to provide healthcare services on a large scale to cover major cities and small towns across the kingdom, with the aim to onboard major insurance companies to develop its services and provide public access to basic medical care at their convenience, according to Alhomaidhi.
Abdulaziz Alomran from Impact46, said,
“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,”