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DocsApp extends their medical assistance to flood-hit casualties in Assam

: 29-Jul-2019     : Kumar Jeetendra     Source : Microbioz Health

With Assam reeling under the pressure of its annual deluge, readily available medical help is a welcome step towards uplifting the dire state of the flood-hit victims of the state.

DocsApp – an online medical consultation app with an unwavering commitment in ensuring quality healthcare for all, is extending free online doctor consultations to all causalities affected by the floods in Assam. DocsApp will support patients from Assam across all categories including pediatrics, general medicine, dermatology, psychiatry etc.

The assistance is provided via doctor consults will be available 24×7 on-call (08047493533) or chat ( on the app. The app is available for download for IOS and Android mobiles.

About DocsApp
DocsApp is the only ISO Certified, 24×7 online doctor consultation app available across India. Since its inception in 2015, the app has acquired a user base across India and provides 200,000+ consultations per month. DocsApp connects patients to specialist doctors across 19 specialties instantly via chat, video or voice call. Through DocsApp, one can even order medicines and lab tests from home. DocsApp has raised $10.1 million till now from Bessemer Venture Partners, Rebright Partners, Techmatrix Corporation, DeNA Networks and Facebook’s angel investors, InnoVen Capital, Anand Rajaraman and Venky Harinarayan. It uses technology to assist doctors in providing world-class healthcare to the Indian population. DocsApp founders Satish and Enbasekar were featured in Forbes Asia 30 under 30 2017 list and Forbes India 30 under 30, 2018 list. DocsApp has been ranked as the #1 doctor consultation app in India, in the medical category on Google Play Store consistently for more than 2 years. DocsApp received the ‘App of the year 2017’ in the medical category, by Amazon in association with Facebook. DocsApp also received the “Industry achievement award 2019” by Hurun Report. It has also been a part of the Make in India Summit and the Telemedicine Society of India.

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