Nomad Health Raises $105M in Funding

Nomad Health

Nomad Health, a NYC-based digital marketplace for temporary healthcare jobs, raised $105m in financing.

The round, which brought total funding to over $200 million since its founding in 2015, was co-led by Adams Street Partners and Icon Ventures with participation from new equity investor HealthQuest Capital and existing investors Polaris Partners, .406 Ventures, AlleyCorp, and RRE Ventures, and new debt providers J.P. Morgan and Trinity Capital. In conjunction with the funding, Garheng Kong, MD, PhD, MBA, the founder and managing partner of HealthQuest Capital, will join Nomad Health’s Board of Directors.

The company intends to use the funds to expand its marketplace beyond travel nurses to now serve an expansive group of allied health professionals, including laboratory technicians, physical therapists, and ultrasound technicians.

Led by CEO and co-founder Alexi Gharib Nazem, M.D., M.B.A., Nomad Health has built an online marketplace for temporary clinical jobs. The user base now includes more than 250,000 healthcare workers who have submitted nearly half a million job applications on the platform.

Since January 2021, Nomad clinicians have cared for millions of patients at over one thousand healthcare facilities across all 50 states.

In addition to the new financing and business expansion, the company announced the hiring of Maquel Shaw as Chief Marketing Officer.