Herself Health, a provider of virtual primary healthcare services to women over 65 enrolled in Medicare and Medicare Advantage, raised $7 million in Seed funding from Juxtapose.
With the new capital, Herself Health plans to expand its omnichannel care approach, starting with launching its first clinic in Minneapolis—the newly launched clinic plans to add home-based and virtual care soon. Initially, it will provide care for elder health, women’s health, and weight management at its inaugural clinic.
Commenting on the funding news, Herself Health CEO Kristen Helton said: “With the launch of Herself Health, we are breaking the mold of one-size-fits-most healthcare, which traditionally falls short of providing the best care for women of this generation.” “Our innovative and patient-obsessed care experience empowers women to grow bolder in mind, body, and spirit at any age.”
Founded by Kristen Helton and Juxtapose in 2022, Herself Health is taking an omnichannel approach, starting with the launch of its first clinic to deliver advanced primary care to women. The company links women’s health goals with their life goals, taking into account a patient’s physical, mental, social, sexual, and spiritual needs. Herself Health clinicians start by performing an extensive interview and health evaluation to create a plan for care with their patients, which includes targeting common concerns like osteoporosis, weight management, and emotional well-being.
Telehealth companies specializing in women’s healthcare services have raised more than $1 billion in funding to date, according to our funding database. The latest funding rounds include:
Juno Medical, a telehealth startup providing primary care, gynecology, and same-day in-person care for women, raised $12 million in Series A funding co-led by Julian Eison, Managing Partner at NEXT VENTURES, and Serena Williams, Managing Partner at Serena Ventures.
Midi Health, a virtual clinic that provides specialty care (including perimenopause, menopause, and other aspects of female midlife health) for women over 40+, raised $14 million in seed funding co-led by Felicis and SemperVirens with participation from Emerson Collective, Icon Ventures, Operator Collective, Muse Capital, Steel Sky Ventures, Anne Wojcicki and Susan Wojcicki.