Caraway, a New York-based women’s+ digital healthcare company, raised $10.5M in Seed funding.
The round was led by 7wireVentures and OMERS Ventures, with participation from Hopelab Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to expand access to healthcare solutions for women+ of all races, ethnicities, gender identities and sexual orientations.
Led by CEO Lori Evans Bernstein, and Chief Health Officer Dr. Cheryl Baggeroer, Caraway is a digital healthcare company for college women+ that provides integrated mental, reproductive and physical healthcare services. It offers personalized, evidence-based care 24/7.
Caraway’s integrated care combines mental, reproductive and physical health by using a team-based and holistic approach. Patients benefit from enhanced collaboration between their doctors who work closely together to drive better outcomes. The care team of clinicians includes gynecologists, psychiatrists, family medical practitioners, adolescent specialists, therapist
s, nurses, and care coaches. Via its mobile application, the company will provide 24/7 access to virtual care for members, enabling them to:
- Chat with a nurse practitioner for any type of healthcare concern
- Schedule a telemedicine appointment with a doctor or nurse practitioner
- Connect to in-person care by actively assisting students with care referrals, coordination and follow up
- Engage in self-guided care programs and therapy
- Access personalized content most relevant to college women+ and the healthcare interactions they are experiencing
- Access test kits at “home” for UTIs and STI diagnosis and treatment