Philippine mobile healthcare startup to expand nationwide with fresh funding

Zennya provides on-demand healthcare services

Philippine startup Zennya, which provides mobile healthcare and medical last-mile logistics services, said on May 25 that it secured fresh funds of $1.2 million which it will use for a nationwide expansion.

The Makati-based company, which, among others, provides Covid-19 tests and range of medical services, uses a fully-integrated mobile medical app that includes wellness providers, nurses and doctors, as well as electronic medical records.

The app enables the delivery of hospital and wellness services in the home or office of clients, something it calls “on-demand medical healthcare services,” which have become more important amid the Covid-19 pandemic. It connects patients and clients with hundreds of wellness and medical providers, as well as riders.

Broad range of medical and therapeutic services offered

Medical services further include virtual doctor consultations and medical tests administered by professional nurses, while the platform also offers blood tests, vaccinations and pharmaceutical deliveries and connects with ambulances, if needed.

The fresh funding came from local venture capital firms Foxmont Capital Partners and Ignite House of Innovation, as well as from China’s DayOne Capital Ventures. The round also saw participation from several prominent families and business angels from the Philippines and Thailand, as per an official statement.

As a next step, Zennya will expand beyond Metro Manila and launch in Cebu in June this year and later on in all major Philippine cities.

Founded in 2016, Zennya said it strives to operate as a one-stop healthcare application covering the entire healthcare chain for patients, doctors and care providers, hospitals and clinics, pharmacies and insurers.



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Zennya provides on-demand healthcare services Philippine startup Zennya, which provides mobile healthcare and medical last-mile logistics services, said on May 25 that it secured fresh funds of $1.2 million which it will use for a nationwide expansion. The Makati-based company, which, among others, provides Covid-19 tests and range of medical services, uses a fully-integrated mobile medical app that includes wellness providers, nurses and doctors, as well as electronic medical records. The app enables the delivery of hospital and wellness services in the home or office of clients, something it calls “on-demand medical healthcare services,” which have become more important amid...

Zennya provides on-demand healthcare services

Philippine startup Zennya, which provides mobile healthcare and medical last-mile logistics services, said on May 25 that it secured fresh funds of $1.2 million which it will use for a nationwide expansion.

The Makati-based company, which, among others, provides Covid-19 tests and range of medical services, uses a fully-integrated mobile medical app that includes wellness providers, nurses and doctors, as well as electronic medical records.

The app enables the delivery of hospital and wellness services in the home or office of clients, something it calls “on-demand medical healthcare services,” which have become more important amid the Covid-19 pandemic. It connects patients and clients with hundreds of wellness and medical providers, as well as riders.

Broad range of medical and therapeutic services offered

Medical services further include virtual doctor consultations and medical tests administered by professional nurses, while the platform also offers blood tests, vaccinations and pharmaceutical deliveries and connects with ambulances, if needed.

The fresh funding came from local venture capital firms Foxmont Capital Partners and Ignite House of Innovation, as well as from China’s DayOne Capital Ventures. The round also saw participation from several prominent families and business angels from the Philippines and Thailand, as per an official statement.

As a next step, Zennya will expand beyond Metro Manila and launch in Cebu in June this year and later on in all major Philippine cities.

Founded in 2016, Zennya said it strives to operate as a one-stop healthcare application covering the entire healthcare chain for patients, doctors and care providers, hospitals and clinics, pharmacies and insurers.



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