Pristyn Care is based in Gurugram founded in 2018 will invest this funds in new medical technologies to provide world-class treatment to surgery patients.
The Series D round of funding was led by US investment fund Tiger Global Management. Existing investors, including Sequoia Capital, Hummingbird Ventures, and Epiq Capital, also participated in the round.
Pristyn Care’s valuation has crossed over $550 million.
According to Pristyn Care the funds will be invested to enhance the offering in medical technology and offer all kinds of minimally invasive procedures while expanding the India footprint.
Pristyn Care was founded by Dr.Vaibhav Kapoor. Dr. Garima Sawhney, and Harsimarbir Singh which are specialist in surgeries with a stack of services under its patient-first approach
This health startup provides holistic support services such as diagnostics support, complete health-insurance, claim processing, hospital admission paperwork from the comfort of home, cab pick-up and drop for surgery, medicine delivery at home, and free post-surgery consultation.
Commenting on the fund raise, Dr Vaibhav said that the startup would now invest in new medical technologies to provide world-class treatment to surgery patients.
Harsimarbir Singh said in a statement “With the new funds we are planning to expand our service offering in many more cities and towns and attract international patients seeking treatment in India, treat new disease lines and invest in brand building, because of our focus on surgery offerings and providing a seamless patient experience in India has enabled us to have helped treat more than half a million patients in the past 2.5 years.”
Scott Shleifer, Tiger Global Management said “Pristyn Care has built the leading consumer-centric surgery provider in India by using technology. The market opportunity is huge, and we couldn’t be more excited to partner with Harsimarbir and his team ”.
According to the co-founder, the startup currently has over 100 clinics, operates in more than 400 hospitals and has 300 expert surgeons on-board and currently they offer surgeries for over 50 diseases. The startup has to date raised a total of $28 million in funding.