Healthcare services company DocSuggest is expanding beyond doctor appointment service to a health and personal care search and appointments service called Ziffi. The company claims that users can book appointments in salons, spas, diagnostic centers, doctors and hospitals through this new platform. While DocSuggest website still exists at the time of writing this article, the company says it will be completely shifting to Ziffi in coming days. Post this rebranding, the company has also raised Rs 15 crore Series A investment from the recently formed Orios Venture Partners, as per a TechCircle report. It plans to use the funds raised to improve its technology interface & design, expand its network of service providers and undertake brand building and marketing campaigns. The company had previously raised investment from angel investors Rajan Anandan, Tahel Khorakiwala, Vishal Gondal and Sanjay Parthasarathy in April last year. It had also raised investment from Vishal Gondal and Sanjay Parthasarathy in March 2011. Ziffi.com is currently available in four cities - Mumbai, Delhi NCR, Bangalore and Hyderabad. On selecting the city, a user is then prompted to choose if they would like to find doctors, diagnostic tests or salons and spas. The doctor options lets users find relevant doctors in the city, although there is no way to specify or restrict the search to a certain locality at the moment. Search results are displayed in a list, including the specific experience, expertise and qualification along with the user ratings and a booking calendar for each doctor. The diagnostics test option lets users search for hospitals in the city by…
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