Thursday, March 9, 2017

Juno Clinic raised $1.2 million funding from various investors

Juno Clinic has raised $1.2 million funding from various investors. Few investors are Hexaware Technologies and Aptech Computers founder Atul Nishar, Zodius Capital founder Sunita and Neeraj Bhargava, president and chief executive of Edelweiss Securities Limited Vikas Khemani etc.


Co-founder of Juno Clinic Davesh Manocha said, We will expand our online services to the Middle East and Southeast Asian markets by the end of the calendar year. Our offline expansion will happen in Mumbai and Delhi-NCR thereafter. We will also be rolling out the Android and iOS mobile app versions of our platform.

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Juno Clinic provides online and offline counselling and treatment of psychological or psychiatric conditions that include depression, anxiety, relationship counselling, OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), bipolar disorder and addiction to alcohol and smoking etc.

Juno Clinic hires qualified medical professionals including psychologists and psychiatrists, who strictly adhere to American psychiatry protocols. The company takes care of the physical space and other infrastructure needed for its service providers. The same set of doctors then offer both offline and online consultation.


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