Zeel is an in-home health, wellness, and medical testing platform, offering mobile COVID-19 PCR testing and vaccination, massage therapy, physical therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and skilled nursing care. Treatments are delivered through the Zeel Provider NetworkSM and booked securely using Zeel's industry-leading technology and award-winning customer service team.
Since the launch of its first app in 2013, Zeel has successfully delivered more than 2 million health and wellness appointments to patients across 40 states 7 days a week, 365 days a year. In 2021, the company was chosen by the New York City Department of Health to vaccinate nearly 25,000 New Yorkers in homes, schools, and pop-up locations across the city. In 2022, the company signed a contract with the Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA) to provide non-opioid chronic pain care to veterans, launching nationwide in Q1 2023.
Zeel has been listed in the Financial Times’ Fastest Growing Companies in the Americas, Crain's NY’s Fast 50, Fortune’s Best Places to Work, and the Inc. 5000 multiple years in a row.
About the founders/CEO:
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Samer Hamadeh has launched, led, and advised dozens of startups and tech firms since the early 1990s. In 1998 Hamadeh co-founded Vault.com, a pioneering platform for job opportunities and career information. He led the company as CEO until selling it in 2007 to a New York private-equity firm. Hamadeh entered the field of home delivery services in 2008 as an investor and board member of Dotmenu, a campus food delivery service, which sold to GrubHub (NYSE: GRUB) in 2011. He launched Zeel in 2013 with co-founders Ed Shen and Alison Harmelin.
Hamadeh is a venture partner at Alpaca Ventures and in 2018 was a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award, celebrating the nation’s most innovative business leaders. A David Rockefeller Fellow, Hamadeh sits on the board of the PeaceWorks Foundation and is a board observer, angel investor, or advisor to nearly a dozen early-stage companies.