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New Clinic Comes to Pasadena

Carbon Health opens location on Colorado Boulevard

Published on Thursday, January 16, 2020 | 11:31 am

Carbon Health, the technology-enabled healthcare provider designed from the ground up to put patient-care first, announced on Thursday that it has opened a new primary and urgent care clinic in Pasadena.

“Access to care in California is still largely limited,” said Eren Bali, Co-Founder and CEO of Carbon Health in a prepared statement.

“In fact, California has one of the highest number of urgent care clinics in the country, but urgent care per capita still lags far behind the national average. This changes with Carbon Health. With our aggressive expansion plan, we will introduce multispecialty services and open clinics near convenient retail locations in a range of neighborhoods. We are redefining healthcare delivery and continuing on our mission to make world-class healthcare accessible to everyone.”

The clinic is located at 600 E Colorado Blvd , #120, Pasadena.

The Pasadena clinic comes on the heels of the company’s first Southern California location in Echo Park earlier this summer, bringing its total number of clinics to 14.

The Pasadena and Echo Park locations will soon be part of more than a dozen clinics in Southern California, as the company continues to enlarge its footprint across the nation in 2020.

Los Angeles is the second major metro area Carbon Health is entering after its home market of San Francisco.

The company is led by veteran entrepreneurs and medical professionals and has raised a total of $36.6M in funding from investors including, Brookfield Growth Partners, DCVC, and founders from pioneering healthcare businesses Flatiron Health and Clover Health.

Carbon Health is working to shape what the future of healthcare will look like and plans to expand to 100 locations nationwide and launch specialty offerings in pediatrics, mental health, and women’s health services in the next 18 months. The near term additions of pediatrics and mental health services are slated for the first half of 2020

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