Gradia Health, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of an integrated concierge care platform for clinics, raised $4.2M in Seed funding.
The round was led by Adrian Fenty at MaC Venture Capital with participation from YCombinator, Soma Capital, Atlanta Ventures and several angel investors, including Gene Lee (Ramp), Eric Feldman (Bolt), David Tsao (BillionToOne), Austen Allred (Bloomtech), Juan Benet and Jesse Clayburgh (Protocol Labs) and Jude Gomila (Golden).
The company intends to use the funds to scale its platform, build its team, and finalize its care pathways alongside physicians to capture their customer demand.
Co-founded by Rithvik Seela and Andrew Zelaya in 2021, Gradia Health is an integrated concierge care platform designed for clinics to provide ongoing high-touch care. Partnering directly with brick-and-mortar practices, the platform allows physicians to deploy and manage specialized virtual care teams consisting of dietitians and nurses who collaborate with patients between their in-person appointments, augmenting traditional brick-and-mortar practices.
The company partners with several multi-provider clinics that serve thousands of the 60-70 million Americans who have chronic GI conditions, including IBS, GERD, fatty liver and more. The concierge care platform plans to triple its patient base by the end of the year, and also aims to expand its offering to other specialties and refine its integrated care pathways in collaboration with physicians to meet patient demand.