GoCheck Raises $10M in Funding


GoCheck, a Nashville, Tenn.-based creator of a digital vision screening platform, raised $10m in funding.

The round was co-led by Hatteras Venture Partners and Pisgah Fund (affiliated with HCA) with participation from new investors CU Healthcare Innovation Fund (affiliated with the University of Colorado) and WakeMed Hospitals Innovation Venture Fund, and existing investors Marc Benioff (Founder/CEO of Salesforce), Interwest Partners, FCA Venture Partners, Sovereign’s Capital, and Mucker Capital.

The company intends to use the funds to grow its team, platform, and customer partnerships.  

Led by Kevon Saber, CEO, GoCheck is the creator of GoCheck Kids, a digital vision screening platform for children which serves pediatric teams in their quest to prevent vision impairment, the most prevalent disabling condition among children in the U.S. and many countries. GoCheck Kids is FDA-registered and CE-certified.

6,500 pediatric teams at hospitals, private practices, schools, and screening organizations on three continents use GoCheck Kids to prevent vision impairment and blindness in children.