Min Doktor announced raising $32 million from Swedbank Robur et al

Sweden Investments 19 November 2020
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Min Doktor, a Malmö, Sweden-based digital healthcare provider, announced getting into an investment agreement of SEK 280 million ($32.4M).

The money was raised from local investor from Sweden Swedbank Robur, which will control a major part of the equity. Existing investors Apotek Hjärtat, EQT Ventures and Carl Westin Ltd. were also contributors in the round.

Proceeds will be used to improve the company's network of physical clinics and health centers.

Min Doktor, founded in 2013 by Magnus Nyhlén and led by CEO Jonas Vig, provides healthcare services throughout Sweden, both online and on-site. The company is not profitable as of 2019, at a turnover of about $21 million.

Min Doktor has raised about $80 million in capital funding prior to this announcement.