Business news from Ukraine


29 April , 2021  

The online medical hub has appointed its CEO Garry Andreasyan, who replaced Serhiy Kazantsev, according to a press release of the company.
According to it, Kazantsev will continue to work as a member of the company’s board and will be engaged in the development of an online medical hub and its international expansion.
It is indicated that Andreasyan, who replaced Kazantsev as the CEO, has held the position of the Chief Operating Officer (COO) at since May 2020 and is a shareholder of the company.
Among his important goals as the CEO are the implementation of innovative technologies and the expansion of the company’s product line.
Previously, Andreasyan worked in executive positions at Allianz Ukraine and the Effective Investments Group. He is the founder of several projects in the field of HoReCa, two innovative startups and a mentor of SingularityU Kyiv Chapter.
“Digitalization, convenient and safe access to medical services can not only improve the quality of life of people, but also make it longer. The online hub is the future of digital medicine in Ukraine and many leading countries of the world. We are building a convenient medical ecosystem, which is already now demonstrates high efficiency,” Ihor Liski, the strategic investor of, said.
The press release said that under the leadership of previous CEO Kazantsev, the service has become the country’s largest medical hub and has gone international, opening offices in six countries. More than 1.5 million Ukrainians use the service every month.
“Having raised significant investments into the project, we were able to create not only an information guide for finding doctors and making appointments, but an entire ecosystem. Now has become the only convenient entry point in healthcare sector for our clients. I am convinced that the project expects even greater development, because it is capable of starting a revolution,” the press service said, citing Kazantsev. is an online medical hub, founded in 2014, which provides services for: audio consultations, calling a doctor at home, delivering drugs or making an appointment with a medical specialist. The database contains more than 34,000 doctors and more than 2,600 medical institutions throughout Ukraine, 700 diagnostic centers and laboratories, and 2,000 pharmacies.

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