03 April 2017, India:
HealthCare at HOME (HCAH), a leading home healthcare service provider in India has raised Rs. 250 crores in the latest round of funding from Quadria Capital as per the report by ToI.
“With the funding, we will be able to enter new cities such as Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Kolkata and move beyond Delhi NCR and other cities that we operate in cur rently. In addition, we plan to use the funds to deepen our offering both in the B2C and B2B (pharma) segment,“ said Vivek Srivastava, co-founder and CEO, HCAH India. He said the company plans to roll out series of clinical initiatives and offer more care to cancer patients.
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HCAH founder Gaurav Burman, who is also the director at Dabur International, said that apart from funding, the company will also be able to tap into the expertise available with Quadria Capital.
HCAH follows the best practices in medical care and maintains international protocols and standards. HCAH has strived to provide the best health care services at home to its patients throughout its five-year long presence in the industry. HCAH is the largest player in the country and a one stop shop for the pharma companies to manage their patient journey right from awareness of therapy to compliance management.
Quadria Capital is a healthcare-focused private equity firm with over $1.5 billion in managed capital. (Image- Health Care at Home Facebook page)