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Air Doctor scores $7.6M to connect travellers with local doctors

Air Doctor, the health tech startup that connects travellers with local doctors, has raised $7.8 million in Series A funding. The round is led by Kamet Ventures (the AXA-backed venture builder), and The Phoenix Insurance Company.
Founded in 2016, Air Doctor aims to empower travellers who get sick when abroad and need non-emergency advice or treatment. It has created a network of local private physicians that travellers can access, typically via travel insurance or perks. The platform is available across 42 countries in 5 continents, and lets you search by location, language, specialty, and cost.
Air Doctor was born out of the founding teams own travelling experiences, out of that terrible feeling you get when you fall ill in a foreign country and dont know who to turn to or how to get the fast response you need, says Jenny Cohen Derfler, CEO and co-founder of Air Doctor.
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