A family medical startup called LifeMoms was founded in March 2016.
It’s a service that allows patients to have a medical appointment with a doctor at their home, or at a hospital or clinic.
Today, the company raised $2.6 million in a Series A round led by Google Ventures and Fidelity Investments.
In its second quarter of 2017, LifeMamas raised $20.7 million in Series A funding led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
The company now has about 3,000 registered users.
The company was founded by Sarah and Tim Gannon, parents of three children and doctors themselves.
“This is an exciting time to be in the family medical technology space,” Sarah Gannon said in a statement.
“It is not just about the potential for more patient-centered medical care.
It is about a new generation of family physicians, who are building their own businesses, bringing new technology to their patients and enabling their families to access the most compassionate care possible.”
The Gannons plan to open a family medical center in a suburb of Boston in the fall.
LifeMoms is focused on the delivery of medical services and services to families, including those with pre-existing medical conditions.
It also offers services like prenatal care, cancer screenings, mental health screenings, and vaccinations.
Its founder, Sarah Gannas, is also the founder and chief operating officer of a family medicine company called Family Medical Solutions, which she founded with her husband, Tim.
When LifeMams first launched, Sarah and her husband had a limited budget, and they were hesitant to start another medical startup.
Today, they are making a major commitment to the family medicine space, and the Gannases are making significant investments in the company.
Sarah Gannon told TechCrunch that the Gannon family has seen an exponential increase in their health care needs.
“[We have] been getting a lot more and more complicated and expensive things like heart bypass surgeries and cancer treatments, and I’ve noticed that the average time between the referral and a treatment is about three months,” she said.
She added that a lot of people think family medicine is about the same thing as health insurance, but the two are very different.
While insurance has been a huge part of the family physician experience, it has not been as integral as the medical technology industry.
For the past three years, LifeMatics has been partnering with medical technology company MobiHealth to develop a software solution for doctors to deliver personalized medical care to their family members.
With the new investment, the Gannaas have expanded their team of medical technologists and medical technology consultants.
They will also work with Mobi Health on a new program to develop technology to deliver medical services to low-income patients in underserved communities, such as the underserved areas of Baltimore and Detroit.
This is not the first time that the family physicians have partnered with medical tech companies.
One of the first family physicians to join a tech startup was former Microsoft VP of medical technologies, Scott Henn, who joined TechCrunch in 2014.
Henn started MobiCare in 2014 and it now has a network of more than 1,200 medical technicians across the United States.
Another family physician who joined the family tech space was former Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who was the CEO of Skype, and is now the CEO and CTO of Googlers Health.
Like the Ganas, the other family physicians are looking to partner with tech companies to deliver their services.
Earlier this year, Gannon started a new venture called the Gana Ventures, which is focused solely on providing family physician services.
The goal is to create a medical technology platform that enables doctors to provide medical services in a seamless and cost-effective manner.
Gana Ventures has also raised more than $1.2 million from venture capital firms like Founders Fund and SV Angel.