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Peppy Raises $45M for US Expansion and More Digital Health Funding

UK based Peppy raises $45M in Series B led by AlbionV to expand into the US market.

Founded in 2018, Peppy provides gender-related health services through employers, including care for menopause, pregnancy, fertility, early parenthood, and men’s health concerns. company raised £6.6 million Series A in 2021.

In addition to the US expansion, Peppy will use the growth in the UK to invest in product development, improve its technology, and advance its support services for users and customers.

“This journey has only just begun in the US. Menopause awareness is beginning to grow in the United States, but it can still be a taboo topic. Gender-specific support issues such as menopause are at the forefront of , As we have done in the UK,” Peppy co-CEO and co-founder Mridula Por wrote in a statement.

Maternity care clinic Oula announced that it has raised $19.1 million in Series A funding.

The round was led by 8VC with participation from existing investors including Metrodora, Female Founders Fund, Collaborative Fund and Alumni Ventures. The Series A brings its total funding to $22.3 million. aula Announced to raise your seeds in 2020.

The startup currently has two clinics in New York City. It will use the money to advance its pregnancy care, expand sonography capabilities, and add support groups for parents-to-be.

“At Ola, we are focused on providing a great experience and great outcomes for our patients. This means listening and taking their concerns seriously, prioritizing mental health as well as physical, through a lens of equity and inclusivity, hiring a diverse and culturally competent staff, providing trauma-informed care, emphasizing the importance of postnatal care, and empowering patients to advocate for themselves are,” Oula cofounder and CEO Adrienne Nickerson said in a statement.

Male fertility startup Posterity Health raises $7.5M in round one led by Distributed Ventures, with participation from FCA Venture Partners and WVV Capital.

The company offers virtual visits, at-home diagnostics and personalized consultations on male fertility.

“The expanded Posterity Health network will double the number of reproductive urologists using the platform and provide easier access to in-person care when needed,” Pam Pure, CEO of Posterity Health, said in a statement.

Healthcare AI Company Ferrum Health raised $6 million in a funding round led by Urban Innovation Fund, Cercano Management and Singtel Innov8.

company raised $9 million seed in 2020. It plans to use the capital to grow its enterprise AI platform, which aims to analyze medical data and deliver insights into patient care.



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