Guahao.com, an online medical service provider, today announced over US$100 million of funding, led by Tencent. (Update: In a post published on Oct. 19th by David Feng, CTO of Dingxiangyuan, accuses that Guahao exaggerated the funding figure.)

Guahao’s Weiyi mobile apps, which connect patients and doctors,will be integrated into Tencent’s mobile apps, WeChat and Mobile QQ, according to the announcement.

In Chinese Guahao means scheduling a patient appointment, which is what the company started off doing in 2010. Since then Gaohao.com has added more than nearly one thousand hospitals in 23 regions of China.

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Tracey Xiang is Beijing, China-based tech writer. Reach her at traceyxiang@gmail.com