Home Healthcare Provider CCU Plans to Raise $50-60M, Expands in Mumbai

A growing niche in the industry and bench marking on the objectives set, Critical Care Unified focuses on providing service to patients going through Critical and chronic illnesses.

Critical Care Unified – an organization that provides comprehensive services in Home Healthcare, plans to raise $50-60 million in the next few months along with targets to achieve a break even by the end of this year. 

Ongoing with a successful journey parameters in Delhi and NCR with an upscale of treating more than 700 patients in the region, CCU has recently upgraded it’s footprints in the Mumbai city where the home healthcare startup will provide all healthcare solutions at the patient's doorstep. Services include like ICU care services, discharge management, stabilization of patients at home, testing and calibration of the ventilator to name a few.

Critical Care Unified has an aggressive-yet-strategically-sorted plan of expansion, infiltrating into about 10 cities in India. International plans are also strengthening as an aim to expand to 4 territories, are in cards which will begin from the Middle East. CCU’s growth has been phenomenal, as in a short span of 16 months; the company has achieved profitability on a monthly basis, with a turnover of INR 2.60 Crores in 2017. With in excess of 15% revenue growth in each quarter, the company is gearing up to cross revenues of INR 5 Crores in 2018, thus strongly cementing its overseas reach.

Critical Care Unified recognized the existing gap in the Home Healthcare landscape and how the use of technology could drive significantly higher levels of efficiency and user experience. The organisation is focusing on integrated healthcare delivery system in terms of affordability and good quality is what is required today. 

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