Medical online platform DOC.ua directs all its profits to help public hospitals

DOC.ua supports the medical institutions of Ukraine during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. That is why the company directs all profits from its activities to preserve the health of Ukrainians.

At the first stage, DOC.ua purchases certified medical equipment for the hospitals of Cherkasy and Zhytomyr: oxygen concentrators, cardio monitors, protective shields and artificial ventilation apparatus.

“Our task is to do everything possible to save people. Therefore, we direct all our profits to purchase equipment that will help fight the coronavirus. Our digital service currently is especially important for maintaining the health of Ukrainians, as it helps to avoid unnecessary risks of queuing and large crowds in hospitals and laboratories during quarantine,” said Serhiy Kazantsev, founder of the online platform.

The investors of the group of companies “Effective Investments”, which includes DOC.ua, supported the initiative.

“We have a clear position – the pandemic is not about profits but the life and health of people during a pandemic,” said Igor Liski, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Effective Investments Group of Companies. – The company will do everything it can to help fight COVID-19. It is a vital necessity and our priority in these difficult times.”

Information:

DOC.ua is an online platform for finding doctors, clinics and medical laboratories. It processes over 700,000 requests per month. Clients can use the services of more than 10 thousand medical specialists and 1,700 medical institutions in Ukraine.

EFI GROUP (Effective Investments Group) was established in 2007 and operates in the paper and gas, energy, agriculture, creative industries, IT and healthcare sectors.

Medical Service DOC.ua attracts Quarter Partners private fund investments

Quarter Partners Private Investment Fund invested in the purchase of shares in the DOС.ua project, the first and largest online service in Ukraine for searching and making appointments with a doctor. The majority owner of the service is EFI GROUP. The transaction amount is not disclosed.