The app offers the necessary care for regular health needs and thus avoids unnecessary visits to the doctor.
By | Released: April 8, 2021 5:39 pm
Telangana’s IT and Industry Minister KT Rama Rao checked the app on his recent visit to T-Hub.
Hyderabad: To help parents cope with their child’s health problems, the T-Hub-based startup CurieDoc worked with doctors to develop an app that offers a free holistic care plan for the most common symptoms. The app offers the necessary care for regular health needs and thus avoids unnecessary visits to the doctor. The app was developed by Prahalad Reddy and Pravishanth Reddy who returned to India after studying and working in the UK for over 9 years.
Telangana’s IT and Industry Minister KT Rama Rao checked the app on his recent visit to T-Hub and tweeted that parents can use this app during the pandemic and get a free care plan before they see a doctor. He also praised the startup’s progress and offered all the necessary support from the government.
IT chief secretary Jayesh Ranjan also praised the startup’s initiative and advised contacting the team for assistance.
CurieDoc.com is a free app for everyone to get a primary treatment plan with medication and home remedies also reviewed by the best doctors. “In the future, we want to make CurieDoc a central platform for video calling with doctors, vaccinations and medication from home,” said Prahalad Reddy, co-founder of CurieDoc.
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