Hyderabad-based digital healthcare startup Celes Care has announced beginning India’s first virtual health clinic for women. Originated by silicon valley entrepreneur Raghu Bathina and Dr Rajah Koppala, the company is also preparation on starting a research and enlargement centre in Hyderabad to come up with different skills and wearables for the field of healthcare.
Celes Care aims to deliver women of all ages with telehealth services delivered through medical specialists in their team. Some of the important women’s health issues addressed by the online service contain fertility, pregnancy, thyroid, PCOS and menopause, among others. Presently, with 15 doctors on board, the company expects to enlarge the team size to 50 by the end of 2017.
“In today’s stress occupied society and workplace, women must have an avenue where they can get their health subjects addressed, suitably and privately,” chief executive Raghu Bathina added.
The company has finished 10,000 consults since its soft launch throughout mid-2016, co-founder Dr Rajah Koppala told. “Given that many medical issues can be handled via tele-health, Celes purposes to provide instant, affordable and accessible healthcare with the finest clinical practices.”
“Virtual visits can avoid pointless travel and loss of productivity,” Dr Ramesh Byrapaneni, managing director, Endiya Partners added. “With the cumulative accessibility of smartphones and connectivity, this is the perfect time, level for the administration to shove tele-health solutions and permit e-prescriptions.”