Ringadoc, a San Francisco, CA-based health company that facilitates on demand virtual visits over phones, smartphones, and computers, has received $750k in seed funding.
The round was led by FF Angel, the seed investment vehicle of Founders Fund, with participation from board member Ryan Howard, CEO and founder of physician-patient community Practice Fusion, and Curious Minds, a Los Angeles-based technology incubator.
The company intends to use the funding to build a new product offering for physicians to use directly in their offices which it plans to roll out this summer, as well as for hires.
Led by Jordan Michaels, CEO and founder, Ringadoc connects people to licensed, verified physicians, who can provide health advice, diagnoses, and even prescriptions when warranted. The service is powered by an instant routing technology that the company intends to license.