Zócalo Health, a Seattle, WA-based provider of a healthcare service designed for Latino patients, raised $5M in Seed funding.
The round was led by Animo, Virtue, Vamos Ventures, with participation from Necessary Ventures, Able Partners, Toyin Ajayi, Freada Kapor Klein, Nikhil Krishnan, and Erik Ibarra.
The company intends to use the funds to launch its virtual primary care services in California, Texas, and Washington in 2022.
Led by Erik Cardenas, CEO, and Mariza Hardin, co-founder and Head of Strategy and Operations, Zócalo Health is a Latino-founded, virtual family medicine service designed for the Latino patient. Services will be offered through monthly and annual memberships that give patients access to a full care team – led by a promotor de salud (community health worker) and composed of physicians, nurses, mental health therapists and more – as well as same day appointments and care coordination services focused on addressing social determinants of health.