On-demand urgent care. Call9 provides your business with instant access to world-class physicians for your immediate medical needs.
Call9, a nine-month-old, Palo Alto, Ca.-based telemedicine startup that came together last spring as a Y Combinator company, has raised $10 million in Series A funding led by Index Ventures, whose cofounder, Neil Rimer, is joining the company’s board.
Timothy Peck is a co-founder of Call9, which decreases your time to see a doctor from an average of 64 minutes to less than one minute during your medical emergency. He recently left Beth Israel Deaconess/Harvard where he also served as Chief Resident to focus on Call9 full-time. As Chief, he led 39 talented residents through a year that included the Boston Marathon bombings.
Prior to starting Call9, Celina was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Stanford University School of Medicine in the Department of Radiology - Tumor Imaging.
Co-founder and CTO of Call9, a company providing on-demand urgent care. Recent Stanford graduate (BSCS '15) with software engineering and pre medical background.