Kiira Health, a Los Angeles, CA-based healthcare technology company, raised $4M in seed funding.
The round was led by 500 Global and Forum VC with participation from Serena Ventures, California Healthcare Foundation, and more.
The company plans to use the funds to grow its dynamic and diverse team, as well as develop products.
Led by Crystal Adesanya, Founder, and CEO, Kiira is a technology-enabled healthcare provider focused on addressing the needs of young multicultural women and empowering them to be more proactive about their health in their early formative years. The company’s strategy incorporates a mobile app for 24/7 access to virtual care, personalized data-driven insights, and culture-centered telehealth solutions for gynecology, primary care, and mental health.
Earlier this year, Kiira released its virtual clinic product for colleges and universities under Kiira Student Health and started working with colleges and universities across California and New York to provide its telemedicine solution amid the pandemic.