Eden Health, a NYC-based national medical practice, raised $25m in Series B funding.
The round, which brings the total raise to $39m, was led by Flare Capital Partners with participation from principals from Stone Point Capital and existing investors Greycroft, PJC, Max Ventures and Aspect Ventures.
Led by Matt McCambridge, co-founder and CEO, Eden Health leverages a direct-to-employer healthcare delivery model, which brings in-person and virtual healthcare together to deliver an improved patient experience to the employees of mid-market companies.
Over the past four years, Eden Health has become a benefits partner for more than 33,000 employees, spanning more than 100 employers across a broad range of industries, including finance, retail, real estate and technology.
Since the start of the US coronavirus outbreak in early February, the company has worked with Bell’s Brewery, Connell, Convene, Harry’s, Kramer Levin, Newscred, Stack Overflow and others to roll out evidence-based, medically-informed plans and protocols to support workforce health. It has guided employers, property owners and workers through the outbreak using real-time monitoring, proactive outreach, and team-based care. And as employers and property owners began to phase workforces back into offices and worksites, the company introduced a comprehensive back-to-work program spanning COVID-19 screening, virtual primary care, PCR testing, on-site antibody testing, immediate triage and patient consults.