The funding will enable FirstCure to expand deeply into the segment of healthcare service offerings, both in terms of geography and operations
Noida-based healthcare startup FirstCure Health (‘FirstCure’), to make advanced surgical care available to all by providing the right doctors, the right advice, and the right treatment at the right prices, recently raised $350K in the Pre-Seed funding round. The round has seen participation from various angel investors.
The startup recently launched a healthcare service network. With mentorship from his family of senior reputed doctors and entrepreneurs, founded by Nikhil Bansal (a Chartered Accountant and alumnus of Harvard Business School), the startup aims to make modern surgical care safe, seamless, accessible and affordable.
The funding will enable FirstCure to expand deeply into the segment of healthcare service offerings, both in terms of geography and operations. Further, with the commitment of another $300 K in the next six months, the startup plans to expand its presence strongly in North India and enter the Southern region of India by the end of the year.
The startup offers a range of medical services under one umbrella and specializes in elective procedures in Proctology, Laparoscopy, ENT, gynaecology, urology, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and cosmetology.
After starting with a couple of hospitals and a few doctors and specialities in Bhopal in December 2021, by April 2022, FirstCure has over 40 surgeons, 40 + hospitals and clinics catering to 50 different kinds of treatments in the entire New Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Faridabad and Bhopal.
Nikhil Bansal, Founder, FirstCure Health, said, “We want to make the best use of the incoming funds to strengthen our presence, and offerings and to achieve even higher customer satisfaction. By providing the right treatment by the right doctors at the right price at a hospital near the user, we want to be a healthcare provider of choice which people from India and outside India trust for high-quality safe surgeries at the right prices.”