For having bagged the title of Africa’s biggest economy, Nigeria sure does disappoint when it comes to health care service delivery. That is why many Nigerians seeking medical treatment prefer to travel to other countries; and it is a good number of Nigerians who do so.
Obviously, it is not cheap to travel abroad in search for medical treatment. That is why it is a reserve for the affluent Nigerians, but what about those who cannot afford? And won’t it be better if Nigerians going abroad could cut their medical expenses (at least on travel and accommodation) by getting quality health care service promptly right at their home country?
Well, this startup – Doctoora – has answers to all these questions. Doctoora is an online marketplace where healthcare professional offer their services to patients in need of medical attention.
In a nutshell, it is an e-commerce website where qualified medical practitioners enlist their services, and patience browse through the various catalogues of enlisted services in search of the medical care they want.
Doctoora was founded in 2016, by a team made up of Dr Debo Odunlana, Dr Beatrix Wi, …read more