Gal Gadot and Jaron Varsano Join Forces With K Health to Get Better Health Care Into the Hands of Millions

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Gadot and Varsano are the newest investors in K Health, the 24/7 virtual AI-powered primary care platform

NEW YORK, November 30, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--K Health announced today that Gal Gadot, world-renowned actress and producer, and producer Jaron Varsano, have joined forces with K Health to help millions across the U.S. access affordable remote doctors and free accurate healthcare information.

Gadot and Varsano, parents of three, have partnered with K Health in an effort to help people across the U.S. access convenient, high quality healthcare at their fingertips. They’ve seen firsthand the amazing things that can happen when technology is used in healthcare, and want to help K Health further its mission of offering all families better, more affordable care that is not dependent on insurance status or proximity to a doctor.

"We’ve gotten to know K Health and love how the technology empowers people to instantly compare their symptoms to millions of others and text with a doctor for fast treatment or peace of mind," said Gadot. "No one should have to choose between medication or a meal for their children, and we want to be a part of helping K Health reach its mission of getting everyone access to affordable, quality healthcare."

K Health, headquartered in New York City, is a data-driven digital primary care platform that uses AI to consolidate the knowledge of thousands of doctors and billions of clinical data insights to get people trusted information and treatment—for free. It also offers people 24/7 access to doctors, prescriptions, and urgent care for adults and their children over 3. K Health can treat anxiety and depression, as well as other chronic conditions—all for $12 a month.

"As a parent of three and pregnant during the pandemic, I’ve seen firsthand the importance of being able to connect virtually with a doctor," continued Gadot.

Demand for K Health has increased rapidly since the start of the pandemic as more people see the value of virtual and text-based doctors’ appointments.

"At K Health, we want people to take healthcare into their own hands and never hesitate reaching out to a clinician about a health concern," said Allon Bloch, CEO and co-founder of K Health. "Gal’s a real-life wonder woman and I’m so excited she’s on board to help families get the better care they deserve."

In the last year K Health launched its Pediatrics program, the first 24/7 data-driven medical care for children, and announced a collaboration with the Mayo Clinic Platform to accelerate the deployment of virtual care models nationwide. K Health has also partnered with Baltimore City Schools and Boost Mobile in an effort to make 24/7 healthcare a reality for everyone in the U.S.

About K Health

K Health, headquartered in New York, is the data-driven digital primary care platform on a mission to use the power of shared medical knowledge to get everyone access to better, affordable healthcare—whenever, wherever they need it. K Health is a free app that uses AI to help people understand how those with similar symptoms and conditions (aka "People Like Me") were diagnosed and treated. Its platform consolidates the knowledge of thousands of doctors and billions of clinical data insights to get people trusted information and treatment fast. K Health also offers, through affiliated professional entities, the option to chat with a clinician without insurance for less than a copay. K Health treats hundreds of urgent and primary care conditions, as well as anxiety and depression, and offers remote custom treatment plans and prescriptions.

K Health is available in 48 states and has helped over 5 million people get access to higher quality and affordable care. For more information, please visit or download the app.

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Abigail Jaffe
Moxie Communications Group

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