ZocDoc Stock

www.zocdoc.com | Healthcare/Biotech | Founded: 2007 | Funding to Date: $225,000,000

ZocDoc was founded with a mission of improving access to healthcare. It is a free service that allows patients to find a nearby doctor or dentist who accepts their insurance, see their real-time availability, and instantly book an appointment via ZocDoc.com or ZocDoc’s free apps for iPhone or Android. By revealing the 'hidden supply' of appointments, the typical ZocDoc patient sees a doctor in under 24 hours. The company’s most recent product, ZocDoc Check-In, allows patients to fill out their paperwork online in advance of their appointment, and a Spanish-language version called ZocDoc en Español is also available. 

ENTERPRISE VALUE (based on primary fundings)

Key Investors
Bezos Expeditions
DST Global
Founders Fund
Goldman Sachs
Khosla Ventures
Marc Benioff
SV Angel


Management Team
  • Serkan Kutan - Chief Technology Officer
  • Oliver Kharraz MD - Co-Founder & CEO
  • Netta Samroengraja - CFO
  • Nick Ganju - Co-Founder
  • Joaquin Gamboa JD - Chief Legal Officer and Head of New Business & Government Affairs
Board Members
  • David Weiden - Khosla Ventures
  • Ken Howery - Founders Fund


SF Chronicle

When doctors-turned-entrepreneurs Petros Giannikopoulos and Will Polkinghorn were looking for a foothold in the Bay Area this past spring to test their startup, which connects cancer patients with specialists and clinical trials at top cancer hospitals, they found an eager audience in Lea Barbano, an East Bay resident who has lived with thyroid cancer since 2005. Barbano, 69, was already being treated by oncologists at Houston’s MD Anderson Cancer Center, where she was referred by her endocrinologist, but still had many questions about her diagnosis. So she allowed Driver, a startup founded by Giannikopoulos and Polkinghorn in San Francisco and Hong Kong, to access her medical records and lab results.

Media Post

Nate Woodman is returning to the Havas family to serve as U.S. Chief Data Officer to lead the 80+ team to deliver data-driven media strategies to Havas Media’s U.S. client roster. Based in Boston, Woodman will report to Colin Kinsella, the agency’s CEO North America. He replaces Michael Kaushansky, who takes on the role of president and chief data officer of Havas Helia, the agency's customer engagement and data agency.  As a member of Havas Digital’s global strategy team back in 2007, Woodman played an instrumental role in positioning Havas Digital as the first global holding company with a trading desk capability, according to the agency. Most recently, he worked as senior vice president, strategic development at tech firm IPONWEB. Separately, FCB Chicago's Mark Jungwirth is expanding his responsibilities to include the role of Chief Technology Officer on top of his current role as CFO. In this new position, Jungwirth will have the added responsibilities of guiding the agency’s technology capabilities. Specifically, he will work closely with a core group of leaders as they define the agency’s long-term strategy for where technology should play a role to help boost agency productivity while automating tasks. He is also tasked with overseeing  technology investment and implementation across all areas of the agency.

Media Post

Four agencies have strengthened their leadership teams with female talent. Fallon promotes Niki Dobratz from media director to CMO to oversee business development and growth efforts for the agency’s Minneapolis headquarters. She replaces Chris Lawrence who left the agency to pursue new opportunities. Dobratz’s previous position as media director will now be led solely by Andy Rhode. Before Dobratz was promoted to CMO, she and Rhode co-led the media department with the same title. My Friend's Nephew (MFN) has appointed Allison Brennan, formerly with 360i Atlanta, as the agency's director of insights and strategy—a new role at the ageny--to help agency clients better understand their consumers and competition as well as deliver "measurably" improved business results. Current clients include General Mills, Zocdoc, Zaxby’s restaurant chain, global real estate company Cortland Partners and Thrive Senior Living. The Creative Engagement's WRG adds Jennifer Baker to its American team as director of operations to oversee the Live Events department that creates and manages high-end live experiences. In this newly created role, she will be responsible for the leadership, logistics and management of the Live Events department working with Graeme Beavers, VP of North America on the growth and strategy of the agency in the U.S. Baker formerly served as executive producer, experiential at Tool of North America where she oversaw the day-to-day operations and long-term growth of the experiential department.  We're Magnetic has promoted Jessica Reznick from managing director to president to set the experiential marketing agency's strategy, build out partnerships and help lead the expansion of its team across offices. Her first appointment is Rachel Saunders, formerly insights and strategy director at Cassandra as global director, consumer research and insights to lead strategic work for all clients, and build out We’re Magnetic’s consumer research and insights practice.     

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