Heal, a Santa Monica, CA-based provider of on-demand primary health services, raised $26.9m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Thomas Tull’s Tull Investment Group, with participation from Breyer Capital, Qualcomm Incorporated Executive Chairman Paul Jacobs and Skydance Media CEO David Ellison as well as existing investors HashtagOne and Slow Ventures.
The company, which has raised $40m in total funding, intends to further accelerate its growth through continued technology innovation, increased marketing efforts to reach more patients and to bolster its roster of board-certified and licensed physicians.
Led by Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder Nick Desai, Heal provides patients with access to on-demand primary health services by connecting them with vetted and licensed pediatricians and family practice doctors. They arrive in under two hours to see any member of the family for $99 or an in-network co-pay.
The company, which currently serves California, is in network with Blue Shield of California, Anthem Blue Cross of California, Cigna Healthcare, Aetna and United Healthcare.