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Telemedicine start-up 'DocOnline' expands its frontiers into Karnataka

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Hyderabad | Friday, Jul 20 2018 IST
City-based leading telemedicine start-up, DocOnline expanded its frontiers into Karnataka, with the commencement of its operations in Bangalore.

DocOnline is the first telemedicine company in Karnataka to offer online doctor consultations in the native Kannada language, in addition to English, Hindi, Telugu and Tamil, a company statement here said on Friday.

DocOnline's vision of PAN-India presence transpires into reality a step further with the launch of its third network office, after Hyderabad and Pune. Having spread its wings in Bangalore, DocOnline reaches out to serve the people of Karnataka in a preferred language of their choice, so that communication between the doctor and the patient/consumer is effective.

Furthermore, with features like unlimited doctor consultations for the entire subscribed period, the online healthcare platform, which is already impacting the lives of about 200,000 customers, now reaches out to corporates and B2C customers of Karnataka with tailor-made offerings specific to them.

DocOnline is an online doctor consultation platform, which makes Non-Emergency/ Preventive healthcare available to users from anywhere and at any time! It makes healthcare affordable and easily accessible through online consultations with certified and experienced General Physicians via telephone, video and chat facilities.

DocOnline redefines the patientdoctor interaction model by delivering consultation on a digital technology platform and processes, so that people can lead healthier and productive lives. So, if time is a constraint, then DocOnline's state-of-the-art technology and medical expertise makes it feasible for one to reach out to a virtual doctor in real time and seek medical advice at their convenience. It offers healthcare plans that are created and made available to all people on their terms, the statement added.

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