Accuitive Medical Ventures is a Georgia based capital venture firm investing in companies developing innovative medical devices. Accuitive works together with The Innovation Factory (TIF), a leading medical device incubator, to find companies to invest funds. The company has investments in companies developing low-weight portable oxygen concentrators, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) system to treat depression, minimally invasive alternatives to surgical aortic valve replacement, and catheter-based approach to treating atrial fibrillation.
Charles E. Larsen, Gerard van Hamel Platerink, and Thomas D. Weldon co-founded the company in 2003. As of 2019, Accuitive has made 52 investment with ten successful exits. Nevro, Neuronetics, and MyoScience are notable exits from Accuitive portfolio.
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Gerard van Hamel Platerink
Venture Partner & Co-Founder
Thomas D. Weldon
Chairman, Managing Director, Co-Founder
Charles E. Larsen
Co-Founder & Managing Director
Gordon T. Wyatt
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Thomas Weldon Accuitive Medical Ventures
Apr 18, 2016