Tia, a concierge major care startup for ladies, plans to open extra clinics by a partnership with CommonSpirit Well being. The 2 corporations introduced the three way partnership on Thursday, beginning with plans to supply digital visits in Phoenix, and later open a clinic within the metropolis this fall.
CommonSpirit, one of many largest nonprofit hospital programs, extends throughout 21 states. Tia CEO and Co-Founder Carolyn Witte stated this made them a really perfect accomplice to develop the startup’s care mannequin throughout the U.S.
New York-based Tia began in 2017 as an app the place customers might observe details about their interval, contraception, and nervousness or different signs. Since then, the corporate has rolled out digital care, and likewise opened an in-person clinic in New York Metropolis for major care visits and annual gynecological exams. It additionally provides remedy, diet counseling and acupuncture.
Although Tia takes insurance coverage, it fees a $150 annual membership charge for entry to same-day appointments and a care coordinator — an analogous mannequin to different major care startups like One Medical.
The startup raised somewhat over $24 million in funding final 12 months, which it plans to make use of to open extra in-person clinics, and develop its companies into being pregnant care and obstetrics. Tia can be opening a clinic in Los Angeles this month, and plans to open one in San Francisco later this 12 months.
By way of its partnership with CommonSpirit, it should open a clinic in Phoenix this October. Tia will nonetheless employees the clinics, however the three way partnership will give it an avenue to refer sufferers to CommonSpirit’s specialists and hospitals.
Over the following few years, Tia and CommonSpirit will add extra places. They didn’t disclose what number of clinics they plan to open by the three way partnership.