Maven Clinic has announced it acquired London-based women’s healthcare platform Naytal for an undisclosed figure. Maven Clinic is seeking to further accelerates its growth in the UK and Europe with the deal.
Founded in 2021 by Leila Thabet, Naytal provides women in the UK with virtual access to healthcare providers across more than 25 specialties - offering on-demand access to dedicated perinatal psychologists, and taking a holistic approach to supporting women’s physical and mental health.
"Women's health is universally misunderstood and women and families around the world are too often let down by the healthcare systems designed to support them," said Leila Thabet, founder and CEO of Naytal. "Maven has set the standard and paved the way for innovation for women's and family healthcare globally and was an inspiration for me when I started Naytal. I am thrilled to be joining Kate and the team on their mission to provide better access to quality healthcare for women and families in the UK and throughout Europe."
Thabet will join Maven as Regional Vice President, Global Growth and Partnerships, and many of Naytal's accredited UK-based women's health providers will join Maven's network of providers.
Maven Clinic was founded in the UK in 2014 by Kate Ryder and is now headquartered in New York. The women's and family health virtual clinic has raised a total of $292.8 million in funding over 10 rounds. Its latest funding was raised on Nov 14, 2022 from a Series E round.
“Maven’s digital platform has been built to address gaps in reproductive and maternal health globally and meet each member, no matter where they are in the world, with the same level of high-quality, personalised care," says Kate Ryder, founder and CEO of Maven Clinic. "With our acquisition of Naytal, our rapidly expanding UK and European membership will have even greater access to timely support that meets their unique needs through a partner deeply embedded in the region.”