Kindbody360 caters to the needs of patients and employers with holistic support from before to after the birth

NEW YORK, May 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Kindbody, a rapidly growing health tech company, today announced the launch of Kindbody360, a dynamic and inclusive solution that focuses on holistic care. Kindbody360 cleverly expands Kindbody’s fertility and family education offering with mental, physical and emotional support from before to after the birth, in the clinic, online and via its telemedicine platform. The offering uses proprietary technology and extends the reach of the company’s stationary locations, mobile pop-ups and more than 300 partner clinics. This continues the mission of prioritizing the general health and wellbeing of patients.

Kindbody360 enables patients to schedule a virtual appointment with a solid network of specialist providers including psychotherapists, nutritionists, surrogacy, donor and adoption trainers, postpartum and return to work trainers, physical therapists, doulas and specialists in Eastern medicine. Breastfeeding Consultations and More. All providers have been carefully screened and are determined to organize a personalized family building trip for each patient. In a post-covid world where employers are moving to a more flexible workplace, Kindbody offers a dynamic, holistic “whole body” approach to care services whenever and wherever their employees need it most. The offering enables improved access to convenient, high-quality care, specialized products, events and workshops, as well as an interactive content library for the rapidly growing base of employers and patients.

“Kindbody360 is designed to meet patients everywhere, improve the member experience, increase overall satisfaction, while improving outcomes,” he said Annbeth Eschbach, President of Kindbody. “As someone who’s been on the fertility journey for 5 years, I wish I had a single, streamlined platform like this, and I’m excited to make it available to the kindbody community. We know we can support the mental, physical and physical needs of our patients. ” and emotional health is critical to the best possible fertility and family-building care – and that’s exactly what we do. “

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1 in 8 couples, single parents of their choice, and 100% of the LGBTQ + population who choose to have children must use fertility services. The journey to build a family can be incredibly complex, isolating, and arduous. Kindbody provides a vibrant community of support, education, products, and services to disrupt the fertility and family building landscape by providing comprehensive and accessible solutions to patients and employers. Kindbody believes these products and services are an integral part of a successful patient journey. Kindbody’s ability to provide integrated, engineered care is one reason top employers choose Kindbody as a fertility and family education benefit. “We have responded to demand from employers and members and improved our ability to provide comprehensive health, fertility and wellness services,” he said Cindy Gentry, Chiefbody Officer of Kindbody. “Kindbody360 ensures that patients are supported throughout their health journey, and that goes beyond fertility and family building and beyond the four walls of a clinic.”

Mental health is a critical and often overlooked aspect of fertility management. Kindbody brings this to the forefront of patient care with embedded mental health questions included in the admission forms to guide the conversation with the clinician and provide the patient with support materials to use during their trip. With high profile women’s health lawyers including Michelle Obama and Meghan Markle They recently highlighted the need for mental health support during conception and worked with others to raise awareness about emotional fertility treatment, highlighting the need for a holistic approach that Kindbody360 takes to patient care. The recent pandemic made the problem even more acute, and the number of people suffering from mental health problems has increased immensely since the pandemic began.

In addition to its holistic telemedicine platform and its partner clinics, Kindbody owns and operates signature clinics in New York City, San Francisco, The angel, Atlanta and New Jersey, with additional locations in Austin, Orlando, Denver, and Minneapolis Opening in 2021. The company’s rapid expansion reflects growing patient and employer demand for family-building services. Both self-insured and fully insured employers are increasingly offering fertility and family education benefits that are contributing to double-digit annual growth. Today Kindbody has over 40 employer customers, half of whom are self-insured and represent more than 150,000 insured lives.

Kindbody is led by the founder and CEO Gina Bartasi, a veteran entrepreneur with more than 20 years of experience in healthcare technology and the former founder and CEO of Progyny (NASDAQ: PGNY); President, Annbeth Eschbach;; Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Lynn Westphal;; CFO, Meredith Whitney;; Chief Commercial Officer, Cindy Gentry;; Chief Business and Legal Officer; Shilpa Patel;; Founding doctor, Dr. Fahimeh Sasan;; and Chief Technology Officer, Richard Forsythe. Kindbody uses modern technology and state-of-the-art facilities to achieve superior results and a seamless, welcoming experience for all.

About Kindbody
Kindbody offers fertility, gynecology and family education services in unique Kindbody clinics and a network of more than 300 partner clinics. With the aim of delivering a more welcoming and immersive experience for everyone, Kindbody leverages proprietary technology to enable high-touch care and superior results at lower prices. Founded in 2018 by the CEO Gina Bartasi, Kindbody has raised overall $ 64 million in financing from leading investors such as Perceptive Advisors, GV (formerly Google Ventures), RRE Capital, Rock Springs Capital, Claritas Capital and TQ Ventures. Learn more at and follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

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