Women’s health company HerMD has raised an additional $18M in Series A funding. Founded by Dr. Somi Javaid, the company focuses on providing specialized care for women at all stages of life. HerMD’s unique approach includes offering longer appointments (between 20-60 minutes) and comprehensive women’s healthcare services, both in-person and virtually. The company also provides aesthetic services like facial injectables and body treatments.
With the new funding, HerMD plans to expand its brick-and-mortar locations, with upcoming clinics in New York City and Nashville. They will also develop virtual services, enhance HerMD University for training, and invest in mental health services and cutting-edge technologies for sexual health and menopause.
Talking about the company’s future Dr. Javaid shared with TechCrunch: “We will also be introducing e-commerce and physician-curated products. Hospital-based systems, and relationships like that, is another thing that we would love to do. We rely on hospitals for imaging, primary care and obstetric and oncology care, but a lot of hospital systems say they struggle because their providers aren’t trained in menopause and sexual health. They need a partner like us, and I see HerMD having over 200 clinics in the future.”