Pando, messaging startup for junior doctors strikes a deal with the British Army

Pando, a technology start-up co-founded by two junior doctors has struck a deal with the British Army to give thousands of troops deployed overseas access to medical expertise.

Pando, a London start-up which launched in 2016, is a messaging app which doctors can use to seek advice on complicated cases and to keep in touch when working in hospitals or in the field.

The British Army has been using Pando’s technology to give deployed medical staff from the Defence Medical Services the ability to securely message senior medics in the UK as well as specialists. 

To date Pando has raised £10.4m in funding from investors including AlbionVC and Stride.VC.

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