New York-based ZocDoc, a company that helps patients find nearby doctors and book medical appointments online, has already raised more funding than most startups in health tech. But the company plans to fill its coffers with even more cash.
The company, which has raised about $95 million in venture financing, said Monday that it had issued a $55 million convertible debt note, of which it has already closed $2 million. CEO and co-founder Cyrus Massoumi said the company doesn’t need the money but wanted to bring in strategic investors that can help the can help the company as it expands into new geographic areas and builds new products.
He declined to name the investors, saying only that “they wanted to be involved” and are “strategic investors we believe will help the business as we scale up.”
In addition to the new funding, ZocDoc said it had reached a…
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