App brings a doctor to you in two hours

A South London tech start-up has crowd funded more than £1million.

Qure, a Clapham-based healthcare app which launched this year, raised £1,029,516 in less than three weeks. With the Qure app users can book face-to-face appointments with doctors who visit your house.

Qure Founder Charlie Harington said: “We’re thrilled with the incredible support we’ve received in such a short timeframe through our crowdfunding campaign.”

The app provides on-demand, where a doctor can visit the house in under two hours, and pre-booked services.

Appointment prices go from £70 to £150.

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