Our goal is to give you access to powerful and credible information that is not available anywhere else. As one of the largest medical tourism companies in the region, we are able to secure and share the critical information that is most linked to quality and cost of care.
The concern of medical tourists is that a private physician or clinic may charge them more than a local patient. At DocDoc, we believe that it's unfair for a doctor in private practice to discriminate against someone because they are flying overseas for care.
DocDoc has Asia's largest healthcare physician network with 23,000 doctors, 420 clinics and 55 hospitals from various specialties throughout the region. We’re adding more physicians, clinics and hospitals daily.
DocDoc is run by a group of professionals who have been medical tourists. We understand the wants, needs and fears of our patients and are committed to supporting you. We believe that healthcare can and should be safe, transparent, and fair.
Cole SirucekCo-founder and CEO
Cole Sirucek is an entrepreneur and investor. Currently, he is the Co-Founder and CEO of DocDoc. Cole is also the Co-Founder of Epic MMA Club, Asia’s largest mixed martial arts training center.
Previously, Cole was an Independent Member of the Board of Directors for Global Eagle Acquisition Corp, a US$190M, NASDAQ listed special purpose acquisition corporation focused on the media and entertainment industry. Cole spent six and a half years as an investor with Temasek Holdings. In this capacity, he sourced, executed and monitored investments on a global basis in the firm’s telecommunications, media and technology group. He has successfully invested over US$500M in private equity direct and secondary transactions.
Before Temasek, he was the Co-Founder and Executive Vice President of Pluto Networks, a wireless data networking company. He has previously held executive positions in Hawaii’s State Government and has worked as a technology venture capitalist and strategy business consultant.
Cole grew up in the USA and attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management (Master of Business Administration) and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government (Master in Public Administration). He was the President of MIT’s Private Equity & Venture Capital Association and Lead Organizer of the MIT $100K Global Startup Workshop Entrepreneurship Competition.
In his free time, Cole is a martial artist, adventure racer, scuba diver and mountaineer. Cole has completed self-supported 250KM foot races across China’s Gobi Desert and Egypt’s Sahara Desert, funding medical missions in Vietnam and China that directly saved the lives of +13 children. He has also successfully led an expedition up the Western Breach of Mt. Kilimanjaro, raising over US$350K for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Singapore.
Grace ParkCo-founder and President
Grace is the Co-Founder and President of DocDoc.
She brings with her more than 18 years of leadership experience, nearly 13 of which were spent in international healthcare when she led large-scale teams of distributors and a direct-to-doctor, pan-Asian sales force for Fortune 500 companies.
Prior to DocDoc, Grace held leadership positions at Medtronic, most recently as the Managing Director for its ASEAN operations, leading the company to expand its footprint for medical technology in these markets. Over the years, she has also worked in companies such as Bristol-Myers Squibb to market its innovative medicines in the United States, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific region.
Grace arrived in Singapore eleven years ago as a Fulbright Fellow and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School alongside an MPA from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. Formerly, she graduated with honors from the United States Military Academy at West Point, where she was a four-time All American National Judo Champion. Highlights of her military career include leading a platoon, rappeling from helicopters and parachuting from planes to earn her badges in the Army’s Air Assault School and Airborne School, and completing her service as a Captain at the Pentagon.
An active philanthropist, Grace believes in contributing to charitable causes and has raised significant donations by running 250 kilometres across the Gobi Desert to benefit children’s heart surgery in Vietnam and China. She has also climbed Mount Fuji during the winter to donate funds to children’s diabetes research in Australia, and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in Singapore.
Dan RiskinExecutive Chairman
Dan Riskin is Executive Chairman of DocDoc and previously held positions as Founder and CEO of Health Fidelity (a leading healthcare big data analytics company with more than $30M raised) and Entrepreneur in Residence at Mohr Davidow Ventures (a $2B venture fund). Dan developed and commercialized products in clinical analytics, healthcare services, and medical devices.
Dan’s products have influenced the care of millions of patients through deployment at leading health systems, including Harvard and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. His contributions in data-driven healthcare have been featured in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and other leading media. He served in the Obama Campaign Health Advisory Committee and has testified before the US Congress on medical technology innovation.
Dan's business training includes a MBA with a focus in bioinformatics and bioengineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a physician, trained at Stanford University and UCLA and board-certified in four specialties, including surgery, critical care, palliative care, and clinical informatics. He is Consulting Associate Professor of Surgery at Stanford University.
Chad J. ParsonsDirector of finance and operations
Chad J. Parsons joined DocDoc Pte Ltd in early 2015 as the Director of Finance and Operations.
Chad is a true startup entrepreneur at heart. Over the last 20 plus years, Chad has been the leading investor, founder and/or CEO of six companies.
At the age of 21, Chad took over management then ownership of a small print film and paper distribution company in the San Francisco Bay area.
Over the next eight years, Chad built this company into one of the largest nationwide distributors of Fujicolor Paper and Film. After several years of growth and expansion, it was time for Chad to move onto his next venture.
In 2003, Chad was researching new green technologies and came across an industrial cleaning system that used dDry iIce for all types of industrial cleaning.
Soon after viewing this technology in person, Chad founded a company that made use of this new green technology.
Today, this company services a 1000 KM area in the Western USA, and completes several small to large industrial scale cleaning projects each year.
Chad is still the owner, but after several years of operating this company, he turned the organization over to the long tenured company employees for its day to dayday-to-day operations.
Chad continued his entrepreneurial journey and over the subsequent years, founded numerous companies in the residential and commercial construction sectors.
These companies comprised of an insurance paid disaster restoration company, a commercial painting company, and a commercial carpet company. It was also during this time that Chad became the lead investor and 50% owner at of one of Idaho’s largest commercial and residential plumbing contractors.
While ready for yet another challenge, and looking to get back to the San Francisco Bay area, Chad became the lead angle investor and CFO of Justuno Inc., a San Francisco- based e-commerce marketing company.
Over the past four years, Justuno has grown into a well-oiled machine with customers in 35 countries around the world. Chad is still involved with Justuno as investor and part time advisor.
Ari WidodoDirector of Consumer Sales
Ari Widodo is the Director of Consumer Sales at DocDoc.
Prior to joining the company, he was the deputy medical director of International SOS Indonesia, a leading medical and travel security risk company that provides emergency assistance and healthcare management services to corporate entities and insurance companies. With over 18 years of experience in the healthcare industry, he has successfully developed a strong network of executive relationships across various healthcare sectors in the country.
Ari is a multi-tasker, creative problem solver, forward-thinker and is an expert in crisis management with the amazing ability to efficiently handle fast-paced emergency situations. His ability in developing strong customer relations and willingness to consistently go the extra mile to engage clients even in extremely challenging situations are the foundations of his impressive track record in stimulating sustainable business growth outcomes.
In his free time, Ari likes to challenge himself in the golf course. He is also a very talented photographer and hence, travels to capture good pictures.
Gabriel LimProduct Manager
Gabriel has over 5 years of diversified product management experience in both healthcare and banking services space. At Docdoc, he is responsible in driving the product development effort to provide best in class digital products and user experiences.
Prior to this role, Gabriel had worked as a product manager for both Standard Chartered and Singtel. With a unique blend of business and technical savvy, he has delivered mobile banking and payment solutions to more than 10 countries, with the ability to work in a fast paced collaborative agile environment.
He had obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology from the University of Queensland. And attended University College Dublin where he had earned his Master’s degree in Business.
Gabriel is a globetrotter. When he is not working, he enjoys traveling and trying out the local delicacy in the street food scene.