Mahmee Raises $9.2M Series A Funding

Mahmee, a Los Angeles, CA-based maternal healthcare startup, raised $9.2M in Series A funding.

The round was led by Growth Equity Business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management with participation from Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, Muse Capital, Backstage Capital, The Helm, and Pipeline Angels.

The company plans to use the funds for the expansion of the team, its network of community-based providers, and its list of partners in the health system and payors.

Led by CEO Melissa Hanna, Mahmee is an integrated care delivery platform for maternal and infant health that connects patients, independent health professionals, and enterprise healthcare organizations to increase access to comprehensive care prenatal and postpartum care. Expectant mothers have access to live support, expert-led support groups, and classes 24 hours a day. Mahmee, a team of experienced nurses and care coordinators screens pregnant mothers for potential health issues and refers them to culturally competent professionals. She also assists in navigating social services.

The company has served over 15,000 pregnant and birthing individuals and performed thousands of physician escalations and life-saving interventions for users experiencing issues like severe hypertension, infection, placental bleeding, and severe postpartum depression.

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