Good Doctor plans IPO in Hong Kong next year

Ping An's Good Doctor plans an IPO in Hong Kong next year and targets the sale of shares of US $ 1 billion. The online medical platform headquartered in Shenzhen backed by Ping An Insurance plans to register on the Hong Kong stock exchange in the first half of 2018.

Founder and CEO of Good Doctor Wang Tao said the online medical platform will soon expand the service to include recipes and will join the latest wave of mainland China's technology and internet companies that have made their debut in the Hong Kong stock market.

Tinuku Good Doctor plans IPO in Hong Kong next year

Tao hopes to capitalize on the growing public interest where the Good Doctor already has 180 million registered users on the platform. The company has obtained an online hospital license this year and will begin providing prescription services soon.

"We will soon start providing medical prescriptions in addition to medial consultations," Tao said.

The company generating revenue mainly comes from a number of areas is online medical consultation, family member health card sales, and an online store that sells medicines, health care products, cosmetics, and gift vouchers for medical services.

Good Doctor is launched in 2015 to provide online consultation, diagnostic and drug-buying services that enable users to connect with health care professionals using digital media such as videos and photos.

The app has an article database on health care topics and supports microblog discussion forums where users share experiences on health related topics. In 2016, Good Doctor raised Series funding of US$500 million.