SA e-health startup Quro Medical raises $1.3m from the Mineworkers Investment Company
Quro Medical, a pioneering leader in innovative healthcare solutions, has secured a $1.3 million investment from the Mineworkers Investment Company (MIC).
Founded in 2018, Quro Medical is at the forefront of redefining healthcare delivery in South Africa. With a vision to provide quality care outside traditional hospital settings, Quro Medical’s Hospital-at-home Services offer a transformative approach that brings personalised medical care to the comfort of patients’ homes. The new investment will empower Quro Medical to expand its operations, scale its services, and further develop its cutting-edge technology platform. The startup’s latest investment marks a pivotal moment in its journey towards reshaping healthcare in South Africa.
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