Nice Healthcare, a Minneapolis, MI-based clinic health company, raised $30M in Series A funding.
The round was led by DNA Capital, with participation from Waterline Ventures, Conductive Ventures, Santa Barbara Venture Partner, Brown Venture Group, F.R. Bigelow Foundation, Daren Cotter, and Eddie Cisneros. Partha Mishra, Partner at DNA Capital, joined Nice’s Board of Directors.
The company intends to use the funds to expand into more markets.
Led by CEO Thompson Aderinkomi, Nice Healthcare aims to make integrated comprehensive healthcare accessible, allowing patients to get care for their everyday needs. By utilizing a mix of technology, logistics, and expert clinical care, they bring a fully integrated clinic to patients, providing in-home and virtual primary care, mental health therapy, and physical therapy. Their clinicians can also offer patients x-rays, 35 labs and blood draws and a formulary with over 550 medications with no out-of-pocket costs.
It is currently available in parts of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Iowa, Wisconsin, Oregon and Washington, with plans to expand into more markets. More than 400 small businesses currently use Nice Healthcare for their employees healthcare benefits.
In addition to the Series A, the company is also announcing the addition of:
- Steven Bayer as Chief Experience Officer,
- Charles Wyatt as Chief Financial Officer, and
- Shadé Akande as Chief People Officer.