Nomad Health, the Manhattan-based company focused on bringing transparency to healthcare staffing, said it had raised $34 million from venture capital firms in equity and debt funding. It declined to break down how much money was provided in return for equity compared to debt.
The company, which allows healthcare employers to post job openings for temporary doctors and travel nurses, plans to use the money to increase its 50-employee workforce to 90 by the end of the year, said Dr. Alexi Nazem, the company's co-founder and CEO. It recently opened a second office in Charlotte, N.C.
"Nomad Health raises $34 million for staffing platform" originally appeared in Crain's New York Business.