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29 Jul
Nigerian e-health startup CribMD has been nominated for the 2021 Top Tier Impact Global Impact Award. The 2021 TTI Global Impact Awards gives recognition to the most impactful innovators in sustainability and equality worldwide, organisers said. CribMD connects users with doctors for house calls and telemedicine services via its on-demand platform, allowing them to schedule…
29 Jul
Honourable Lorna Mae Johnson is the Co-Founder and President CribMD. CribMD is a Telemedical solution and doctor home visit digital outreach online company that combines
8 Jun
Nigerian e-health startup CribMD, which describes itself as “Uber for doctors”, has raised a US$2.6 million seed round as it looks to expand upon its initial traction. Launched in June 2020, CribMD connects users with doctors for house calls and telemedicine services via its on-demand platform, allowing them to schedule appointments from the comfort and…

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