Diagnostic imaging company raises over £9 million, a healthcare referral and digital platform for booking and receiving medical scan results, has raised over £9 million in Series A funding.

The funding is said to facilitate new product development for UK insurance pathways and to scale-up the company’s operations to five additional US states.

Based in London and Atlanta, the diagnostic imaging company has an ambition of becoming the “leading imaging interface across the $120 billion medical imaging market”. They noted a pilot project in Atlanta, Georgia, where the company established a network of over 50 imaging centres in February 2023, adding $1 million of revenue to the business in weeks.

In the UK, the company said the platform is used for referrals from “clinicians, consultants, sporting and healthcare industry bodies, telehealth providers and insurers”.

The Series A funding round was co-led by Aviva Ventures, YZR Capital, Oxford Capital, Triple Point Ventures and Simplyhealth Ventures, with participation from Forefront Venture Partners.

Founded by clinicians Charlie Bullock and Oliver Knight, the company was initially supported with $2 million seed funding in 2021.

Commenting on the latest raise, Charlie Bullock, co-founder and CEO of, said: ‘We are thrilled to have such strong support from our investors as we continue to build across the UK & US. The capital will be used to continue to improve access to diagnostic imaging and medical screening exams, through our consumer facing marketplace and API. This round would not have been possible without the incredible effort and tenacity shown by our entire team, who have built at such a fast pace in what is traditionally a very slow-moving industry.’

Ben Luckett, chief innovation Oofficer at Aviva, added: “Our investment in is a statement of our intent to invest in promising young digital and tech firms – they are growing rapidly, have a unique customer proposition and are already leading the way on medical imaging services in the UK. We are really excited to support’s development and growth.”