Tech Company Financing Transactions

Simple HealthKit Funding Round

On 2/6/2023, Simple HealthKit raised $8 million in Series A funding from Initialized Capital, Kapor Capital and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.

Transaction Overview

Company Name
Announced On
Transaction Type
Venture Equity
Series A
Proceeds Purpose
This funding will help us further invest in innovation and accelerate our efforts to reach more people faster. We're excited about the future and grateful to Initialized Capital, Kleiner Perkins, Kapor Capital and all our investors for their ongoing support.

Company Information

Company Status
Private & Independent
Healthcare Services
Mailing Address
46421 Landing Parkway
Fremont,, CA 94538
Email Address
Simple HealthKit (SHK) is healthcare from anywhere. Re-built for everyone. We build affordable, accessible and accurate end-to-end diagnostic and digital health solutions. Because world-class care for everyone means better health for all.
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Management Team

Email & Social
Chief Executive Officer
Sheena Menezes
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Chief Technical Officer
Linus Aranha
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