LetsGetChecked Gets $30 Million in New Funds

LetsGetChecked, a direct-to-consumer at-home health testing platform, has announced it has landed new funding to continue scaling it’s brand.

The New York based startup has secured  $30 million in Series B funding. This funding round was led by LTP, a growth equity investment firm that specializes in healthcare tech. Participating in this round are Qiming Venture Partners USA.

LetsGetChecked plans to use this current funding round to expand its brand across North America and Europe. They will also forward the development of its core tech platform, its manufacturing and logistical capabilities through the US and Canada.

LetsGetChecked was founded by CEO Peter Foley, who used his experiences with his own health and getting screened for health issues early to demonstrate how necessary his products are.

“Early diagnostics through consumer-led screening can help solve this problem and lead to better clinical outcomes for everyone,” said Foley in a statement. “Support from investors like LTP who have a proven track record of helping to modernize healthcare aligns well with our mission and company goals of bringing specialized health testing and insights direct to consumers. I’m grateful for LTP’s investment and involvement.”

“LetsGetChecked is taking lab testing and personal health management to the home through tight coordination of existing certified reference labs and logistics platforms,” said LTP’s managing partner, Todd Cozzens. This creates a convenient and seamless consumer health testing experience, allowing timely access to results, follow-up care and professional guidance.”

LetsGetChecked laboratory tests can be purchased from its website, or through retailers like CVS, Pharmaca and Walmart.

According to CrunchBase, LetsGetChecked has raised $42 million in funding since March 2018,  It’s previous funding round which was a $12 million Series A.


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