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HealthEngine, Australia's biggest online medical directory and booking service, is tapping investors for up to $10 million to help fund its national expansion.

The move comes a year after Seven West Media, the owner of _The West Australian _, and Telstra invested $10.4 million to take a major but undisclosed stake in the e-health business.

HealthEngine chief executive Marcus Tan said yesterday the group was taking advantage of a supportive environment for technology ventures.

He said the fresh funds - HealthEngine is seeking a minimum $5 million - would be used to accelerate growth. The business is sounding out venture capital funds, high net-worth individuals and family offices.

The West Australian

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