ZocDoc, a New York startup that lets patients book doctor appointments online, has secured an additional $25M in Series C funding from Goldman Sachs, bringing the total round to $75 million.It has received $95 million to-date; earlier this summer it raised a $50 million Series C investment from DST Global.
Cyrus Massoumi, ZocDoc co-founder & CEO, writes about the financing on ZocDoc’s blog.
He says ZocDoc raised the money to help it expand quickly. It’s already in 11 cities; ZocDoc launched in Boston earlier this week. Massoumi says ZocDoc has 700,000 users/patients and more than 5.3 million available appointments on the platform. ZocDoc charges every practice $250 per month to list appointments, so it’s generating real revenue.
Before this investment, ZocDoc was valued at $700 million.
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