Indonesian startup Konsula raises seed funding from East Ventures

By | October 11, 2015

Konsula, an Indonesian healthcare startup raises seed funding from East Ventures. The raised amount has not been disclosed.


Founded very recently, the startup Konsula targets to start healthcare access for Indonesians by providing an online doctor directory and booking platform and a web portal to help doctors and clinics manage their practices. This startup was started  by Shinta Nurfauzia, Johannes Ardiant and Ronald Wijaya when they found that people find it difficult to find decent doctors with the appropriate specialization and within the patient’s budget range among the thousands of doctors in the nation.

Nurfauzia, CEO of Konsula said, “Our Konsula smart search is designed to connect patients with the most suitable doctors, which is determined by price, location, specialization, schedule and others. It enables users to book appointments and submit reviews at their fingertips.” She also added,” Konsula also offers online healthcare practice management software that provides doctors and clinics with an appointment schedule and client record services. The two are specifically developed for the Indonesian healthcare sector. By helping doctors optimise their practice, we believe we can help more patients.”

The startup which is expected to be available to public by end of this month, has 500 doctors already signed up for its platform.

Willson Cuaca, managing partner of East Ventures said, “Indonesia’s healthcare sector is another big category that needs to be disrupted by startups. Konsula’s approach to improving the search system for health practitioners will help millions of the Indonesian population find the right doctor. We are glad to be part of Shinta, Johannes and Ronald’s new venture.”