On-demand healthcare provider Qured has expanded its services thanks to what the company states as ‘unprecedented support and demand’.
During the first nine months of operation, the company received over £1.4 million following a successful crowd-funding campaign.
Now, Qured has announced it will be doubling its current area of service to include most of Greater London.
Commenting on the expansion, Alex Templeton, co-founder of Qured, said:
“We’re delighted to have the support and demand that allows us to expand our service to the population of Greater London. To be able to do this within a year of operation fills us with optimism for the future and being able to offer care that is not only prompt and convenient, but more comfortable for the patient, for some time to come.
It reinforces our belief that there is a heightened demand for an affordable and convenient healthcare service which works around people’s lives, offering easier, quicker and hassle-free access to primary healthcare.”
The company has also announced it will be offering physiotherapy in response to patient feedback.
Discussing the introduction of physiotherapy to the healthcare platform, Trudy Wood, senior physiotherapist MCSP and head of Physiotherapy at Qured, said:
“There is a real demand and need for patients to receive muscular-skeletal therapy in their homes, rather than forcing them to traipse to and from a physiotherapy clinic, potentially exacerbating the complaint. By adding combined manual and rehabilitation physiotherapy to our healthcare offering, we now provide a more holistic service to our patients, from both a consumer and corporate point of view.”