Healthcare startup expands services for on-demand GP appointments

A healthcare startup that delivers doctors to the doors of residents within London at all hours has expanded its services and appointed a new member to its board.

The startup, Qure, recently extended its services across London, doing so to respond to the growing demand for accessible and flexible healthcare.

Qure enables users to book face-to-face appointments with doctors 24/7, either on demand or up to 48 hours in advance.

The company currently has access to over 200 practitioners from London hospitals and GP surgeries. Its range of doctors has made Qure’s plans for expansion across London possible, the company state. 

To support the expansion Qure has appointed Deliveroo’s managing director Dan Warne to its board who will work alongside Qure’s founders.

About the appointment, Warne said: “I loved Qure’s founding team and their vision for a business that operates in a space ripe for new direction. It’s only natural that they’ve extended their reach to serve a broader London population, especially as there’s such a demand and limited competition at present. The confidence I have in the concept, and the ability of the team to execute and deliver it, speaks for itself and I’m looking forward to being part of what’s set to be an incredible journey.”




Reece Armstrong is a reporter for Digital Health Age. Coming from the North East of England, Reece has an MA in Media & Journalism and a BA in Popular & Contemporary Music from Newcastle University. Reach him on Twitter or email via:

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