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Doctor Care Anywhere selected to join the Mayor of London’s International Business trade mission


March 28, 2017

Doctor Care Anywhere, the doctor-founded digital healthcare company, is pleased to announce that it has been specially selected to join the Mayor of London’s International Business Programme trade mission to Berlin from 26-28 March.

Dr. Eric Miller BA BSc MBBS MSc, Doctor Care Anywhere’s Global Head of Corporate, will accompany London Mayor Sadiq Khan as part of a delegation of 14 of London’s most innovative technology, healthcare and life science businesses.

The trade mission will showcase the UK’s most pioneering and disruptive technology businesses and provide delegates, such as Doctor Care Anywhere, with the opportunity to explore potential trade deals, sign new partnerships, develop links with foreign investors and promote their international expansion.

Doctor Care Anywhere provides secure video and phone consultations with UK-trained GPs anywhere in the world. Patients can access personalised clinical care 365 days a year no matter where they are in the world.

Doctor Care Anywhere also empowers its members to take control of their health with access to consultation notes, NHS repeat prescription management (in the UK), international prescriptions and over the counter advice (local laws permitting), personalised health tracking and medication reminders and couple that with expert GP guidance.

Primarily through partnerships with AXA PPP healthcare, Nuffield Health and Legal & General, Doctor Care Anywhere has built up a client base of over 75 corporate clients including blue-chip companies such as Microsoft, Roche and Universal Music Group.

Currently servicing members in over 70 counties worldwide, Doctor Care Anywhere is pursing further international expansion, primarily by seeking more partnerships with leading insurance and travel businesses.

For example, Doctor Care Anywhere recently partnered with top travel firm Flight Centre Travel Group’s corporate brand, Corporate Traveller, providing its 10,000 Corporate Traveller smartfly customers with the Doctor Care Anywhere service anywhere in the world for the duration of their trip.

Rajesh Agrawal, Deputy Mayor for Business, commented: “I am delighted that Doctor Care Anywhere is joining me in Berlin as we showcase some of the most innovative and entrepreneurial businesses London has to offer. Our great city has a long and proud history of trading and doing business with our friends overseas and that will never change. The Mayor and I look forward to working with Doctor Care Anywhere, to build new relationships, attract investment and show the entire continent that London is Open and the best city in the world to do business with.”

Eric Miller, Global Head of Corporate at Doctor Care Anywhere, commented: “We are delighted to have been selected to join the Mayor’s International Business trade mission in Berlin. It will allow us to showcase the quality of our services on an international stage as well as to exchange ideas and innovations with the other leading companies at the trade mission. All this will help inform our efforts to continually improve our services and give us the opportunity to explore potential partnerships with other businesses to help drive our already fast-paced international expansion.”


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