LetsGetChecked will create 70 of the new jobs at its Dublin office and the remainder will be created internationally.

Health insights company LetsGetChecked is to create 120 new jobs, doubling its headcount to 250 by the end of 2020.

LetsGetChecked will create 70 of the new jobs at its Dublin office and the remainder will be created internationally.

The 120 roles include positions on the engineering, technical, nursing and customer solutions teams, with many of the roles based in LetsGetChecked’s new offices in Dun Laoghaire. The technical roles span functions across software engineering, developing, design, devops, security and compliance.

“We have plans for further expansion to allow for an even more diverse offering of home health tests and clinical services in 2020”

The growth in staff will allow LetsGetChecked to continue to expand and increase access to the company’s unique health testing and clinical services platform. The company currently employs 129 staff between its New York and Dublin offices.

In May this year, LetsGetChecked announced $30 Million in Series B funding, with LTP, a Boston-based growth equity investment firm focused on healthcare IT, leading the round and bringing total funding to $48.9m.

A health outlook

LetsGetChecked is a leading health insights company that allows consumers direct access to a wide range of testing options and clinical services from home. Founded in 2015, the company empowers people to take an active role in their health to live longer, happier lives.

By combining health data and diagnostic results, LetsGetChecked provides rich health insights to enable better healthcare decision making. LetsGetChecked tests cover general health, men’s health, women’s health, and sexual health, and are available nationwide in the US, Canada, and Europe.

The new jobs come as it was also announced industry leaders Troy Cox and Sasha Khursheed Said were joining its senior ranks.

“LetsGetChecked has grown rapidly in the last few years and our Series B funding round with LTP laid the groundwork for exciting partnerships,” said the founder and CEO of LetsGetChecked Peter Foley.

“We have plans for further expansion to allow for an even more diverse offering of home health tests and clinical services in 2020. These new jobs will help us as we expand internationally and the hires on our engineering team will help us further develop our technology platform to give people more control over their personal health and wellbeing.”

Written by John Kennedy (john.kennedy3@boi.com)

Published: 29 November, 2019

Recommended