Diagnostic imaging platform has closed a £2.2 million round of funding.

The London company aims to dramatically speed up the process of booking and receiving results for medical imaging scans.

It says patients who use can book scans via its online booking system and receive a referral, scan and results in one week. 

With 1 in 4 NHS patients waiting longer than six weeks for scans, there is an increasing need to provide alternative options to avoid health issues from becoming serious.

The round was led by Triple Point Ventures, with participation from StartUp Health and Plug and Play Ventures. YZR Capital is following on after leading’s £2m seed round last year.

The platform features a booking portal and proprietary API, through which consultants, clinicians and digital health providers can easily refer their patients for imaging. 

“We’re incredibly excited to use this latest round of funding to empower even more people to take their healthcare into their own hands, by making diagnostic imaging accessible to everyone, everywhere,” said Charlie Bullock, co-founder and CEO.

“For too long, the diagnostic imaging world has been difficult and expensive to access, and we’re here to fix that. As well as allowing patients to book scans in an easy and affordable manner, is now working closely with imaging centres in the USA, UK and Germany to help them transition to the post-COVID-19 digital world.”

£800k grant to develop rehab tech for kids with cerebral palsy plans to use the funds to expand its diagnostics-as-a-service proposition in the USA and Germany, as well as rapidly scale its B2B platform in the UK by introducing new products for medicolegal, health insurance and telehealth providers.

The company has recently made several key commercial hires, including Dr Lizzie Tuckey, who will leverage her experience as former Head of Clinical Strategy at Bupa to position as the go-to imaging provider for private medical insurers. She will also facilitate seamless integrations with the UK’s largest physiotherapy groups. was founded by clinicians Jasper Nissim and Khalid Latief alongside serial entrepreneur Bullock and COO Oliver Knight, ex-MD of online cleaning platform Helpling. 

After bootstrapping as a side project, Bullock and Knight went full-time in 2021, and launched as a global brand in 2022.

Over the past 12 months, has agreed partnerships with leading digital health providers Rehab Guru, Medbelle, Klarity and Mindstep, as well as supply-side agreements with Medneo in Germany, and Northside Hospital Group in the USA among others. They join an existing roster of partnerships between and some of the largest healthcare firms in the UK, including the likes of Nuffield Health and Aviva.

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Jamie Tomalin, investment associate at Triple Point Ventures, said: “ has rapidly emerged as the UK’s leading private medical imaging platform, now integrating supply from over 200 imaging centres. 

“These integrations uniquely position to become the diagnostic infrastructure layer for digital health, enabling better supply visibility, pricing transparency, and streamlining antiquated workflows. Having recently launched in the US and Germany at the request of existing suppliers, Triple Point Ventures is excited to be backing Charlie, Oliver and Jasper to realise their global vision.”