Clipboard Health, a profitable, app-based marketplace that matches healthcare professionals with open shifts at healthcare facilities near them, has secured $80 million in funding over two rounds, bringing the company’s total financing to more than $90 million, with a Series C post-money valuation of $1.3 billion.
The $80 million was raised over two rounds of funding: a $30 million Series C round, which closed in February 2022, and a $50 million Series B round, which closed last year. The latest round was led by Sequoia Capital and the Series B was led by IVP.
Additional investors in the company include Caffeinated Capital, Initialized Capital, Michael Seibel, managing director of Y Combinator’s early-stage program; Tony Xu, co-founder of DoorDash; and Emmett Shear, CEO of Twitch.
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