The Chilean startup Examedi announced it closed a $17M Series A round led by General Catalyst.
This funding comes after a $3.5M seed round that the company closed after being part of the summer 2021 Y Combinator cohort.
Thomaz Srougi (Dr. Consulta), Sebastián Mejía (Rappi) and Jamie Karraker (Alto Pharmacy) also participated in the Series A.
Examedi was born in May 2021 to provide simple and affordable at-home health services. The startup combines digital healthcare with logistics typically used by food delivery apps.
Through an online platform, it connects patients with nurses and partners with labs that process patient samples.
With this new funding, the company will focus on product development and on geographical expansion.
Examedi is looking forward to expanding to many new cities within Latin America and announcing partnerships over the coming year.