Push Doctor invests £3million in Digital Health Campus

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Push Doctor says it's investing over £3m into the local economy, with its new Digital Health Campus.

It comes after it raised $26m in an investment round in July last year, bringing its overall funding to almost $38m.

The company has grown rapidly from 4 employees in 2016, to 118 today and that is set to rise to 170 by the end of the year.

To manage that growth, a third of its new office space is set aside as a campus for collaboration between start-ups across the health and tech sector.

“As category leaders we believe that opening this dedicated campus in Manchester will enable us to pull together the expertise needed to collectively answer the questions which will make a real difference to health, and ensure we can deliver our own mission to help people live happier, healthier lives,” explained Eren Ozagir, founder and CEO of Push Doctor.

“The creation of this new space also represents continued investment in our own team, who have already led some of the most significant innovations in digital health in the UK. We’ll continue to at look at building that team even further by hiring another 60 employees with a range of talents by the end of 2018.”

The 15,000sq ft office is in the recently redeveloped Arkwright House in Manchester.