Getlabs provides convenient at-home medical appointments - starting with lab tests. Rather than needing to go to laboratory facilities, patients pick a time and we send one of our phlebotomists to draw their samples. Once collected, we deliver to the top national laboratories including Labcorp and Quest Diagnostics.
Across healthcare, the inconvenience of needing to go to brick and mortar medical facilities drives 42% of patients to skip scheduled medical appointments. To solve this, telehealth companies have seen rapid adoption by providing convenient virtual care yet are limited to treating simple conditions such as erectile dysfunction, birth control, and acid reflux. The reason is simple: over 70% of medical conditions require lab tests. That's why we are creating the essential infrastructure which provides the missing piece for telehealth. By integrating Getlabs, telehealth unlocks the ability to provide end-to-end primary care and treat complex conditions without ever making patients leave their homes. Join us and lets transform healthcare to be more convenient and enjoyable for patients.
Our team has extensive domain expertise in technology, operations, and healthcare with team members from Y Combinator, Uber, DoorDash, Postmates, Sonder, Cisco, Labcorp, and Quest Diagnostics. Getlabs is backed by prominent venture capital firms including PivotNorth, Liquid 2, Tusk, Rosecliff, and more.
Getlabs is currently seeking a full-time Senior Full Stack Engineer interested in joining a growth stage startup.
Above all, we are seeking candidates who are self-starters and are resourceful, organized, detail-oriented, communicative, and friendly. As a core team member, you will be responsible for working on new products and features across multiple domains and technologies. The ability to weigh in on architecture and strategic product decisions, as well as critically thinking about and advocating for product enhancements and optimizations is a must. You will be working with the following technologies: Typescript, Node.js, Angular, Nest.js, PostgreSQL, Redis, Message Queues, Kubernetes, Terraform, and GCP/AWS.