Twentyeight Health, a women’s health and wellness-focused telehealth company that provides birth control medication, herpes treatment, covid-testing services, and prenatal vitamins, raised $8.3 million in seed funding.
Investors include – RH Capital, Seae Ventures, Impact Engine, Acumen America, Stardust Equity, Gratitude Railroad, California Health Care Foundation, Penn Medicine-Wharton Fund for Health, Great Oaks Venture Capital, SteelSky Ventures, Third Prime, Town Hall Ventures, Algaé Ventures, and GingerBread Capital. Angel investors, including Andrey Ostrovsky, former Chief Medical Officer of the US Medicaid Program, and Elina Onitskansky, former SVP & Head of Strategy at Molina, also participated.
With new funds, the company plans to expand its telemedicine services for women across the United States. The startup offers affordable personalized sexual health and reproductive health services, medication delivery, and on-demand guidance and recommendations via its telemedicine platform.
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:
Pique, a provider of virtual sexual health consultations, prescriptions and prescriptions for women, raised $4 million in Seed funding from Maveron.
Ruth Health, a telehealth startup providing maternal health care services for women, raised $2.4 million in Seed funding led by Giant Ventures, with participation from Citylight VC, Cleo Capital Scout Fund, Crista Galli Ventures, Duro VC, Emmeline Ventures, Gaingels, Global Founders Capital, Pentas Ventures, SOMA Capital, Techstars, Torch Capital, and YCombinator.
Evernow, a telehealth startup providing perimenopause and menopause care for women, raised $28.5 million in Series A funding led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA) with participation from 8VC, Refactor Capital, Coelius Capital, and angel investors Gwyneth Paltrow, Carla Harris, Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, Othman Laraki.
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