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|Founder||Cyrus Massoumi, Nick Ganju and Dr. Oliver Kharraz|
|Headquarters||New York City, United States|
|2000+ cities across the United States|
|Nick Ganju and Dr. Oliver Kharraz|
|Products||medical care calendaring software|
Zocdoc online medical care scheduling service, for end users integrating information about medical practices and doctors' individual schedules in a central location. The company is based in New York City, with offices in Scottsdale, Arizona and Maharashtra, India.
Zocdoc medical personnel. The scheduling system can be accessed by subscribers both as an online service and via the deployed office calendar software, or integrated with their websites. The subscriber's schedules are available to the patients.
The end user-searchable database includes specialties, range of services, office locations, photographs, personnel educational background and user-submitted reviews. For each doctor the users are able to review the free slots in the schedule and make appointments for specific time slots.
The service the TechCrunch40 conference in 2007. Initially limited to Manhattan, it has since expanded to cover 40% of the U.S. population across 2000+ cities, and is used by more than 5,000,000 people per month.  The service may be used as Android, iOS, or web application, as well as Spanish-language version with the launch of Zocdoc en Español.
In October 2012, the company launched its first new product since inception: Zocdoc Check-in, which allows patients to fill out their paperwork online in advance of their visit.
As of June 2013, the company had raised over $95 million in venture capital from investors.
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