GV-backed Aledade has secured series D funding at a $2.2bn post-money valuation to build out the business model for its primary care network.

Aledade, a US-based primary healthcare practice network backed by internet and technology group Alphabet, closed a $100m series D round on Tuesday led by venture capital firm Meritech Capital Partners. The round was also backed by Omers Growth Equity, the late-stage investment arm of pension fund manager Omers, in addition to hedge fund manager Tiger…

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