Roundtrip, a Philadelphia, PA-based company connecting healthcare and transportation providers, completed a $5.14m Series A funding.
The round was led by Motley Fool Ventures, with participation from a multi-billion dollar international healthcare software and medical device company, Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins University.
The company intends to use the funds to enhance software capabilities and to attract sales, engineering, and account management talent.
Founded in 2016 by CEO Mark Switaj, Roundtrip is a digital transportation marketplace providing a patient ride ordering software that makes available a community of ride providers who complete the transport.
It is built for healthcare professionals — care coordinators, social workers, nurses and other transport requestors — and offers online and mobile platforms that connect patients, care managers, and families with non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) options. Roundtrip is a comprehensive solution which supports all levels of transport: Lyft, facility-owned vehicles, volunteer drivers, medical cars, wheelchair vans, stretcher vehicles, ALS/BLS/SCT, all payors, and all trips delivered when and where they are needed.
The company, which has built several partnerships, spanning over 20 states, is actively recruiting talent to join the team of 26 employees between their Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Richmond, Virginia locations, with plans to more than double in size.