In the media: Telehealth startup inks key deal as it prepares to open its first health care clinic in St. Louis

Rezilient Health, a startup founded by biomedical engineering PhD alumnus Jeff Gamble and Danish Nagda, MD, former resident at the School of Medicine, established a partnership with SimparaHR

Nathan Rubbelke 

St. Louis-based telehealth startup Rezilient Health has inked a deal to expand access to its primary care services, a key step as it prepares to later this year open its first remote health care clinic locally. 

Rezilient said Tuesday it has formed a partnership with St. Louis-based employee benefits broker SimparaHR. As part of the deal, SimparaHR’s employer customers will have access to Rezilient’s concierge primary care service to offer it as a benefit for their workforce. 

Founded in 2016, Rezilient has developed robotic telehealth technology and a cloud platform that allows doctors to perform medical services remotely at health care clinics it's currently establishing. CEO Danish Nagda and Chief Technology Officer Jeff Gamble co-founded Rezilient.

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