Impact Investment Exchange (IIX) announces the closing of its 17th deal in India with a successful funding round completed for India-based Karma Primary Healthcare Services Private Limited (Karma). Karma aims to provide affordable, equitable and reliable healthcare services to the underserved rural population in India through a hub-and-spoke model which connects remote communities to doctors via real-time online video consultations.

Since the inception of its first clinic in 2014, Karma has completed over 55,000 consultations and currently operates 15 e-Doctor clinics in the states of Rajasthan and Haryana which deliver a comprehensive ecosystem of clinical treatment, quality medicines and diagnostics at competitive rates. With the new funding, more than 540,000 patients in the underserved communities of India will be able to access quality healthcare services through Karma’s network of e-Doctor clinics.

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