Press Mentions - icliniq as mentioned on various news and media channels


COVID-19: Indian health tech startups step in to take load off healthcare system
Money Control - 30.Apr.2021

Dhruv Suyamprakasam, founder, iCliniq, a Coimbatore-based telemedicine startup, said the platform saw the demand increase 8-9x in 2020. “While the demand came down in late 2020, the numbers are seeing 8-9x spike again over the last few weeks,” he said. ... read more »


Digital healthcare companies receiving rise in consultations from Tamil Nadu
New Indian Express - 19.Apr.2021

iCliniq, a Coimbatore-based telemedicine company, said last year it had registered a growth rate of 8x to 9x, however when cases went down the figures decreased. “However, after a brief lull, from April this year we are again registering a growth rate of 7.5x to 8x,” said Dhruv Suyamprakasam, founder of iCliniq. ... read more »


Telehealth Is Taking Off in 2021—Here Are the Top Telehealth Companies to Consider If You're Ready to Book an Appointment
Parade - 08.Apr.2021

iCliniq - This company offers a wide variety of services including consultations cover general medicine, dermatology, psychiatry, oncology, gynecology and more. ... read more »


Special Programme India Ideas, Episode-15: Heath tech spurs medical touism
DD INDIA (Doordarshan) - 29.Jan.2021

"2020 has been the year where telemedicine went mainstream.", says Dhruv Suyamprakasam, Founder of iCliniq on DD India. ... read more »


Pandemic Bolsters Case for Telemedicine Across Asia-Pacific
BloombergQuint - 24.Jul.2020

Dhruv Kumar, chief executive officer of Tamil Nadu-based iCliniq: The Virtual Hospital, which facilitates virtual care with a network of 3,500 doctors, said online consultations are up four-fold from a year ago. Patients are drawn mainly from the Persian Gulf, Europe and the U.S., where medical costs are much higher than in India. ... read more »


Pandemic Bolsters Case for Telemedicine Across Asia-Pacific
Investing.com - 24.Jul.2020

Dhruv Kumar, chief executive officer of Tamil Nadu-based iCliniq: The Virtual Hospital, which facilitates virtual care with a network of 3,500 doctors, said online consultations are up four-fold from a year ago. Patients are drawn mainly from the Persian Gulf, Europe and the U.S., where medical costs are much higher than in India. ... read more »


Pandemic Bolsters Case for Telemedicine Across Asia-Pacific
Bloomberg - 24.Jul.2020

Dhruv Kumar, chief executive officer of Tamil Nadu-based iCliniq: The Virtual Hospital, which facilitates virtual care with a network of 3,500 doctors, said online consultations are up four-fold from a year ago. Patients are drawn mainly from the Persian Gulf, Europe and the U.S., where medical costs are much higher than in India. ... read more »


Silver lining: Amid layoffs, edtech and healthcare cos look to hire fresh talent
Times of India - 25.Apr.2020

Telemedicine portal iCliniq which currently has 30 employees is looking to add another 70. “The company has an urgent need for engineers. Choosing them is a difficult task, because a lot of them have been recently laid off and checking their mettle is a challenge,” said Dhruv Suyamprakash, CEO, iCliniq. ... read more »


The best telemedicine services for anyone unable to visit a doctor's office in person
INSIDER - 14.Apr.2020

With more than 3,500 doctors, specializing in over 80 areas of medicine, iCliniq became a popular resource for those looking for quick and reliable medical advice at any time of the day or night. Communication with a medical professional is handled via online chat, which can be accessed through a smartphone app (iOS/Android), or via Slack or Telegram. ... read more »


5 Things to Know About Telemedicine
Concierge Medicine Today - 06.Apr.2020

iCliniq - This virtual clinic offers a free consultation to get started and allows you to submit written questions, request a phone call or interact using online video. ... read more »