Telehealth platform ORA raises $10 Million Series A funding
Funds will be used on its software platform, geographical expansion and new healthcare offerings
ORA, a Singaporean telehealth platform, has raised a US$10 million Series A funding. This is the largest telehealth Series A in South-East Asia and was co-led by TNB Aura and Antler with participation from Gobi Partners, Kairous Capital and GMA Ventures, bringing total funding to date above $17 million.
The platform is one of the fastest-growing in South East Asia, having delivered over 250,000 consultations and experienced uninterrupted monthly growth since its 2021 launch.
With this new round of funding ORA will seek to expand its presence into new territories, both geographically and with new offerings.
“ORA is on a mission to deliver high touch, high-quality care to millions of patients and with our continued growth story throughout SEA, we are thrilled with today’s announcement,” said Elias Pour, ORA’s Founder and CEO. “ORA has had over six million patient touch points provide us with valuable health data through extensive health evaluations and consultation online. This has brought unique insights into these patient’s healthcare expectations that has and will inform future innovations with our key partners.”