Healthcare for the Next Generation

A health-tech company with the goal of shifting advanced medical care from hospital to home

Timely Care
Innovative Ideas
Clear Communication
Advanced Technology
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Who We Are

Speedoc was founded in 2017 in Singapore, comprising of doctors, engineers and business executives that wanted to prove medical care need not be a lengthy, cumbersome experience.

With the ageing population to address and improved access to technology, Speedoc built a complete end-to-end system for doctors and patients, so that house call doctor services can be provided with ease and minimal burden to people in the community.

With Speedoc, home medical services need not be limited to only immobile patients, but to everyday people who may require GP or A&E visits for themselves or their loved ones.

The Speedoc Story

We listened to the problems that the people around us faced. These were people we loved and cared for. We heard their stories. We saw friends sustain serious injuries and having to wait in the emergency room in excruciating pain for hours. We saw other friends take time off work that they couldn’t spare because they had to accompany their elderly parents to the doctor. We saw other friends, still, who were declined job offers because their child fell sick on the first day of work.

Our Leadership

Dr. Shravan Verma, MD

Dr. Shravan Verma, MD

Founder & CEO

Medical doctor after graduating from Duke-NUS Medical School having worked in various public restructured hospitals, with a background in Biomedical & Electrical Engineering.

Dr. Shravan Verma, MD

Founder & CEO

Serene Cai

Serene Cai

Co-Founder, Head of Marketing & Communications

WKW (NTU) grad, built a Communications department from scratch 2 years after graduation

Serene Cai

Co-Founder, Head of Marketing & Communications

Dr. Steve Tan, MBBS

Dr. Steve Tan, MBBS

Medical Director, Transformation

Ex-HOD of the largest network of private A&E in Singapore. Specialised in Family Medicine with 15+ years of practical experience in hospital, emergency, and primary care environments.

Dr. Steve Tan, MBBS

Medical Director, Transformation

Adrian K. Blackwood

Adrian K. Blackwood

CTO

Proven experience as CTO, Innovation Program Manager: AI Engine Architecture, IoT Device Design, AI in HealthCare research, Project Management foundation. Team lead roles in building and deploying innovation focused technologies and services.

Adrian K. Blackwood

CTO

Dr. Fadzly Mustafar, MBBS

Dr. Fadzly Mustafar, MBBS

Managing Director, Malaysia

Experienced doctor with a 11-year history of serving patients clinically and managing corporate medical operations.

Dr. Fadzly Mustafar, MBBS

Managing Director, Malaysia

Dr. Fahir Khiard, MBChB

Dr. Fahir Khiard, MBChB

Medical Director, Clinical Services

Experienced physician from working in the public polyclinics for 4 years.

Dr. Fahir Khiard, MBChB

Medical Director, Clinical Services

Jeannie Koh, RN

Jeannie Koh, RN

Clinical Operations Manager

RN with 9 years experience in Acute Care setting

Jeannie Koh, RN

Clinical Operations Manager

Kelvin Ng, RN

Kelvin Ng, RN

Nurse Manager

RN with 10 years experience in Acute Care and Geriatrics setting.

Kelvin Ng, RN

Nurse Manager

Board of Advisors

Dr. Zubin Daruwalla

Dr. Zubin Daruwalla

Healthcare Consulting Director, PwC South East Asia

Dr. Zubin Daruwalla

Healthcare Consulting Director, PwC South East Asia

Richard Koh

Richard Koh

Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Singapore

Richard Koh

Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Singapore

Kevin Harrington

Kevin Harrington

Original Shark on “Shark Tank”, Inventor of the Infomercial, Founder of As Seen on TV

Kevin Harrington

Original Shark on “Shark Tank”, Inventor of the Infomercial, Founder of As Seen on TV

Nish Shetty

Nish Shetty

Partner, Clifford Chance Asia

Nish Shetty

Partner, Clifford Chance Asia

Ernest Xue

Ernest Xue

Founder & CEO, Slate Alt

Ernest Xue

Founder & CEO, Slate Alt

The Road Ahead

Since the beginning, we had a vision of making an impact on Singapore’s healthcare landscape. As we grew from strength to strength, that vision became a little bit clearer. Having been awarded a SPRING Singapore grant, we are on our way to work for streamlining healthcare in Singapore.

In the long term, by making healthcare more convenient, accessible and affordable to all, Speedoc seeks to focus on preventative healthcare, including management of chronic conditions in its early stages, loosening up resources and manpower for patients who have more serious and life-threatening cases.

In the future, we’re committed to using data in smart ways to make sure that we can do things like disease prediction, disease intervention, outbreak prediction and other forms of bioinformatics. It’s an exciting road ahead and we hope that you’re right there with us.

We will always continue to look for better and smarter ways to provide medical care; you can count on that!

Values & Our Promise

We believe that healthcare comprises of 2 words: “Health” and “care”. For a long time, doctors and other medical professionals have focused on “health” aspect of healthcare. They’ve done it well. That’s gotten us to a world class system. However, it got us thinking whatever happened to the “care” part of the equation? Do “health” and “care” have to come at the expense of each other?

Our hearts told us no. Quality medical attention does not mean compromising on care. We set out on this endeavour not just to be best-in-class when it came to ensuring good patient health, but we also wanted to be leaders in our field when it came to patient care. We ensure that every Speedoctor has adequate time for their patients and not rush through their consultations and diagnosis. When we recruit Speedoctors or get partner doctors to join our team, we emphasize the importance of good bedside manners and a sincere, caring nature before we proceed with the onboarding process.

Social

When we first set up Speedoc, all we had was a belief. A belief, that everyone deserved quality healthcare, and to provide it for our patients was to provide for their dignity.

Nowhere was our mission more evident that when we started out on our social journey. When the needy opened their doors and hearts to us, we knew in our hearts that we had made the right decision. We took in the elderly, the infirm into our care and made sure the immobile didn’t have to make painful trips to the doctor; we made sure those with low immunity didn’t have to wait in waiting rooms for hours. We went into the heartlands, and right into the rooms and houses of people and did holistic assessments of their living conditions. We looked at nutrition and cleanliness and fall risks, and so many other things that would never have surfaced during a normal trip to the doctor.

And at that moment, we knew we had made the right decision.

Get In Touch

If you are interested in working together, send us an inquiry and we will get back to you as soon as we can!
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