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Carbon Health

Carbon Health

Carbon Health is a healthcare company. They primarily serve California and the Reno area.

Carbon Health offers primary, urgent, and virtual care. They will include a prescription delivery service in the future. They have a landing page for the Covid-19 pandemic. A free Coronavirus Assessment Tool and FAQ that has been created for the public to use.

They also provide testing for COVID-19 in their California clinics.


July 2021
Carbon Health raises a $350,000,000 series D round from Lux Capital Management, Magdalena Yesil, Matt Chapman, Nolan Arenado, Parker Harris, Sand Hill Angels, Shepard Fairey, Silver Lake Waterman and Weston McKennie.
June 4, 2021
Carbon Health announces its acquisition of Steady Health.
January 2021
Carbon Health raises a $100,000,000 series C round.
November 2020
Carbon Health raises a $100,000,000 series C round from Brookfield Technology Partners, Builders VC, Data Collective and Dragoneer Investment Group.
May 11, 2020
Carbon Health raises $26M in Series B1 funding Led by Eren Bali.
June 5, 2019
Carbon Health raises a $30,000,000 series B round.
May 2018
Carbon Health raises a $3,000,000 seed round from Tectonic Capital.
May 2016
Carbon Health raises a $2,300,000 seed round from Aslanoba Capital and Darian Shirazi.

Funding Rounds


Further Resources


Healthcare startups Nurx and Carbon Health ship at-home COVID-19 test sample kits

Darrell Etherington


March 20, 2020


Dave Muoio
October 5, 2021
The deal comes shortly after Carbon Health's acquisition of virtual diabetes management platform Steady Health and a $350 million funding round. Both acquisitions are set to bolster the company's delivery of primary care and tech-driven disease management.
Dave Muoio
September 1, 2021
Carbon Health's expanding clinic footprint, Verily's first-ever purchase and more merger and acquisition news from the month of August.
Heather Landi
August 24, 2021
Carbon Health, a primary care provider combining brick-and-mortar clinics with virtual services, bought two separate clinic chains to expand its national primary care footprint.
Dave Muoio
July 21, 2021
The primary care and telehealth startup has grown to reach more than 75% of Americans during the course of the pandemic. It hopes to maintain that upward trajectory with the new funds and now plans to reach 1,500 clinics by 2025.
Dave Muoio
July 6, 2021
Tenet sells off five Florida hospitals for $1.1 billion, Anthem adds more than 500,000 members with MMM Holding acquisition, Datavant combining with Ciox Health to form a $7 billion health data ecosystem and more merger and acquisition news from the month of June.
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