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Friday, May 15, 2015 5:40PM IST (12:10PM GMT)
HelpMeDoc to Fortify its Footprint Pan-India
To empanel more doctors to cater to surging patient demand across other states
New Delhi, Delhi, India

HelpMeDoc, a one stop destination for all kinds of healthcare needs online, is all set to expand its footprint at an accelerated pace. It plans to empanel more doctors in its fold to address health care needs of patients across states beyond Delhi NCR. This includes targeting cities in Maharashtra, UP, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerela and Rajasthan.

Spokesperson Mr. Suvro Ghosh, HelpMeDoc commented, “It has been our constant endeavor to serve both patients and doctors with superlative convenience regarding time slots, lab tests and appointments among many other things. We wish to systematize our online health support services to maximize benefits for both patients and doctors all over India. Owing to the scores of appointment requests from patients as well as Doctor’s Practice Management software queries from different regions in the country, we are planning to expand the online spectrum of HelpMeDoc to provide the best-in-class medical facilities to our patrons. We have also kept Diagnostic Lab Coverage in the pipeline as of now.”

The cities that HelpMeDoc will be including in its orbit are Mumbai, Panipat, Chennai, Bengaluru, Jalandhar, Amritsar, Chandigarh, Patiala, Ferozpur, Jaipur and Kozhikode.  The company is also seeking to clock funds from investors in order to give a fillip to its growth plansin these cities.

Doctors, patients and diagnostic labs can get themselves registered on HelpMeDoc through the following links:

For Patients: https://www.helpmedoc.in/Member/MemberLogin 

For Doctors: https://www.helpmedoc.in/Doctor/DoctorLogin

For Lab Registration: https://www.helpmedoc.in/DiagnosticLab/SearchDiagnosticLabs

About HelpMeDoc:

Incepted in September 4, 2012, the New Delhi based company HelpMeDoc is a one stop platform for all kinds of healthcare needs online. It helps doctors in knowing their patients in order to treat them better and simultaneously assists patients in selecting the right doctor according to their needs and budget. With its USP of offering health care requirements by integrating both doctors and patients under one umbrella, HelpMeDoc makes medical assistance a convenient and seamless process for patients, doctors as well as diagnostic labs.

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Manisha Saxena, HelpMeDoc, +91-9810772729, manisha@helpmedoc.in
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