Office landlords have been increasingly paying attention to health and wellbeing amenities to attract tenants. Now, Convene, a flexible workplace and amenity services provider, is adding Eden Health primary care offices to spaces for the convenience of its network of members and corporate clients.
With their partnership, the two companies will build more than 25 new Eden Health centers at Convene locations over the next 18 months. The roll-out of offices will be in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Boston and Los Angeles beginning later this year.
Ryan Simonetti, the CEO and co-founder of Convene, describes the plan as being a first-of-its-kind, transformative healthcare amenity. He states his company employees, Convene’s partner landlords and their tenants, and corporate clients will benefit from the onsite healthcare providers.
“Now more than ever, progressive companies are prioritizing their employees’ physical and mental health and investing tremendous resources to create a better workplace experience,” says Simonetti.
Matt McCambridge, CEO and co-founder of Eden Health, adds, “Convene and Eden Health both anticipate a growing demand in healthcare services for employees. This partnership allows us to quickly scale our healthcare model and provide comprehensive care to companies and their employees across the country.”
Eden recently secured a Series A funding round of $10 million led by existing investor Greycroft Partners. Existing investors PJC, 645 Ventures and Max Ventures participated in the round along with new investors, including Convene, Aspect Ventures and Brand Foundry.