Our mission is to provide the most affordable & accessible healthcare worldwide.

Company History

AskTheDoctor.com was the idea of two Winnipeg born entrepreneurs, Prakash Chand and Dr. Suneel Sharman. The idea was envisioned at a cafĂ© on the Toronto harbor in December 2006. When Prakash and Suneel received health related questions to AskTheDoctor.ca's email, they realized a growing consumer need and a prosperous opportunity.
As the idea grew, it expanded to the US and became AskTheDoctor.com in January 2010 when partnered with Dr. Patrick Golden. In 2011, AskTheDoctor.com officially became a partner with the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland to provide them with unique content for the purpose of research and development. Today, it is now the most trusted and popular source of personalized medical information in the world.

Meet Our Corporate Team

Prakash Chand, CEO

Prakash Chand is a serial entrepreneur based out of Toronto Ontario. Prakash started venturing into business after he retired from his professional badminton career. Prakash founded a variety of businesses such as... Read more

Dr. Suneel Sharman, CMO

Dr. Suneel Sharman completed his residency in Family Medicine at the University of Toronto with extra training in sports and cosmetic medicine. He currently operates Infinity Health Center, a walk-in-clinic in downtown Toronto.... Read more

Suresh Kanumuri, CTO

Suresh Kanumuri has over 15 years of experience in Information Technology. He is an expert in Internet Technology, Web Based Business Models, Search Engine Optimization, Domain Business and Business Analytics.... Read more

Dr. Kunaal Jindal, CO-CMO

Dr. Jindal is a board certified specialist in plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. He earned his medical degree from the University of Manitoba before completing his residency at the University of Toronto.... Read more

Media Coverage

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Computer could act as
Doctors assistant
Killer Startups Review
Millions of Americans Turning
to AskTheDoctor.com During
Rough Economic Times
U.S. Institute of Health taps
Canadian site for database
National Library of Medicine
explores using AI to respond
to consumer health questions
Ask the doctor receives 5/5
NIH to tap Ask the doctor's
200k natural language medical
questions for new AI research