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General Atlantic leads €150M round for Franco-German e-health company Doctolib

General Atlantic Service Co. LP led a €150 million financing round for Franco-German electronic health company Doctolib SAS.

Doctolib's current investors Eurazeo SE, Bpifrance Investissement, Kernel Investissements SC and Accel reinvested in the company along with several German healthcare entrepreneurs.

The company, which secured €35.0 million in venture capital in November 2017, said it will use the new investment to expedite its growth in Germany and France, promote the use of its telehealth services, develop its products and expand globally.