Clinician Nexus Raises $1.5 Million in Seed Funding

Clinician Nexus, a shared clinical education management platform, raised $1.5 million in Seed funding, bringing its total investments to $2.3 million to date.

The funding round was led by Seed investor Hyde Park Venture Partners with participation from Great North Labs, Sofia Fund, and Cedars-Sinai.

Clinician Nexus serves 100 hospitals and 150 schools across the United States and has helped organize over10,000 student rotations. The Clinician Nexus people-centered platform facilitates communication between (health systems, schools, and students) everyone in the clinical education community.

Recently, Clinician Nexus and PreCheck announced a partnership to bring together their clinical student rotation technology and extensive background check capabilities into a seamlessly integrated platform for healthcare systems.

“For the first time in medical education, Clinician Nexus delivers key benefits to all three constituents – medical/professional schools, students at these schools seeking clinical rotations, and hospitals offering them. Students get more efficient access to the rotations that match their core needs and specialty interests. Hospitals can focus their resources on training rather than administering the training process. And schools get more consistent evaluation data. A significant part of Clinician Nexus’ adoption and growth is coming from referrals among training leadership at schools and hospitals. This speaks to the urgent unmet need their offering serves. Great North Labs invests in teams that meet a critical need and engage deeply with customers. Clinician Nexus meets both criteria. We also look for fellow investors who can help the team scale and succeed. With Clinician Nexus’ other investors, we feel fortunate in this as well,” Pradip Madan, managing partner at Great North Labs, said in a press release.

In July 2019, Clinician Nexus received $100,000 Seed funding from The Cedars-Sinai.

Similar technologies that received funding

DXY (Ting Ting Group) – a Chinese online healthcare community portal for physicians, medical institutions, healthcare providers, and life science researchers – raised $100 million.

CrowdMed, an online medical community that enables users to seek the cause of medical issues, received an undisclosed amount of investment from Mindset Ventures.

MedBridge – a provider of evidence-based clinical and professional education, patient education, and home rehabilitation programming for medical and allied health professionals – received an undisclosed amount of funding.