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Brave Care raises $10M to expand its primary and urgent care clinics for kids, grow remote services

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A Brave Care provider in Portland, Ore.

New funding: Portland, Ore.

-based pediatric health startup Brave Care raised a $10 million Series A round.

How it works: Brave Care is akin to ZOOM+Care clinics but specifically targets kids.

The startup offers around-the-clock remote care through an app and via phone lines staffed with pediatric nurses.

Its primary and urgent care clinics are open every day, all year from 10 a.

Brave Care has one mobile healthcare unit with plans to add mobile units in Texas and North Carolina.

Fish was running Pacific Crest Children’s Urgent Care, which they relaunched in 2018 as Brave Care.

The leadership team includes Monsef, CEO; Fish, who is chief medical officer; Chief Technology Officer Asa Miller; and Chief Operations Officer Maryam Taheri.

A Brave Care clinic lobby in Portland.

COVID impacts: In response to the global pandemic, the startup began offering telehealth services and secured licenses to deliver virtual care in 14 states.

We’ve built Brave Care to deliver high quality care, affordably, so we don’t need affluent Tier 1 cities as a main focus,” Monsef said via email.


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