The Morocco-based DabaDoc, a startup that allows users find doctors and book appointment on its website has expanded to Algeria and Tunisia, reports Disrupt Africa

It will now list services from over 2,000 doctors from about 72 specialities in the three countries.

The startup was launched in 2014 by siblings, Zineb and Driss Drissi Kaitouni, giving room to patients to contact doctors on the go via its website.

Zineb and Driss say they intend to start operating a subscription-based service for doctors on the platform, with the service currently free to use.

“We have seen a continuous improvement in conversion rates and returning users since the launch of DabaDoc. Users realise the time saved and hassle avoided of booking a doctor appointment online,” said Zineb Drissi

DabaDoc was enlisted as one of the ten startups in the Middle East entrepreneurship program (MEEP) region for the Aspen Blackstone in Silicon valley.

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