We're expanding our program that gives independent primary care providers the ability to merge their practices into One Medical.
In a nationwide survey, the results were clear: health benefits have a major impact on job satisfaction.
With winter around the corner, One Medical’s Dr. Natasha Bhuyan shared important facts about seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
To avoid migraines, One Medical provider Dr. Natasha Bhuyan recommends avoiding these 3 foods.
One Medical’s Dr. Malcom Thaler shared insights on how even new runners can experience a runner’s high.
Our VP of Strategy and New Business, Sandeep Acharya, took a look at the high cost of stress in the workplace, and how primary care can help.
We're open for business in River North, our third Chicago location and 50th office in the U.S.
We're now seeing patients in Tysons, our first Virginia location and fifth in the Washington Metropolitan area.
One Medical and its mobile app received an Honorable Mention for User Experience in the 2016 Innovation by Design Awards – honoring the best products, services, and ideas of 2016.
We're open for business in Kierland Commons, our fourth Metro Phoenix location.
After being named one of Interbrand's "Breakthrough Brands of 2016," One Medical CMO Scott Kabat talks about One Medical's growth and future within the health care space.
What benefits do employees really want? One Medical’s Sandeep Acharya offers his commentary on the results of our recent report.
Is your employer investing enough in your health and wellness? Our research shows what people really want in their benefits package.
One Medical provider Natasha Bhuyan offers her perspective on the health benefits of the Pokemon Go craze.
Is skateboarding safe for kids? One Medical pediatrician Penelope Hsu weighs in.
The San Francisco Giants and One Medical have teamed up to focus on healthy eating at the ballpark through a 4,320-square-foot edible Garden of sustainably grown produce.
One Medical provider Tami Rowen spoke with the New York Times about her research on personal grooming and self-image.
Chicago health and wellness expert Steph Mansour shares how she uses One Medical’s app to get quick relief when dealing with seasonal allergies.
U.S. dietary guidelines can be confusing. One Medical provider Brian Secemsky explains what goes into them.
One Medical provider Victoria Albina shares how we bring compassionate care to transgender patients every day.
We’re open for business in Lincoln Park, our second Chicago location. Look for our third Chicago location in River North in August.
Through a collaboration with Michelle Obama’s Partnership for a Healthier America, One Medical is bringing digital nutrition coaching to low income families.
The first initiative in the program will pair Iowa State grad students with registered dietitians to give 500 people access to personalized nutrition coaching via Rise, One Medical’s mobile-based nutrition app.
One Medical’s Brian Secemsky, MD takes a look at the e-cigarette trend and explains its health implications.
One Medical announces selection of VBP Orange as its Agency of Record.
One Medical CEO Tom X. Lee is featured as one of Entrepreneur’s tech pioneers to watch right now.
In the 2016 Edison Awards, honoring the best in innovation and excellence in the development of new products and services, One Medical and their mobile app won Bronze in the Quality of Life & Patient Care category.
One Medical was honored as one of the Bay Area’s Best Places to Work in the San Francisco Business Times 2016 Awards.
One Medical wins the Arizona Healthcare Leadership Award for Best Medical Company.
Chris Rauber takes a look at what startup boards, including One Medical’s, are weathering the ups and downs of their jobs.
Natasha Bhuyan, MD discusses how to tell the difference between spring allergies and a cold in this news segment.
One Medical CTO Kimber Lockhart shares her accomplishments as one of San Francisco’s 40 Under 40.
With Arizona leading the nation in flu cases, One Medical provider Natasha Bhuyan weighs in on what that means for people across the state.
Rise co-founder Suneel Gupta talks to TechCrunch about how the two companies came together and why he's excited for the opportunities ahead.
"It's not very often that you see doctor-led medical practices acquiring trendy mobile health startups," notes Fast Company’s Christina Farr, but "some might argue that One Medical isn't a traditional doctor's office."
"One Medical gives hundreds of thousands of patients quick access to primary care physicians," writes Doug Macmillan in the WSJ. "With its latest deal, it hopes to connect them with a network of virtual nutritionists."
Popular health coaching technology latest addition to One Medical’s growing suite of mobile health tools that allow people to get care on the go.
Will Kimbrough, MD dispels the myths surrounding a very common problem — hemorrhoids.
Malcolm Thaler, MD talks about a hot topic in medicine: exotic tropical diseases, including Zika.
Natasha Withers, DO offers her take on the at-home IV therapies being touted by a new startup.
Tech Insider reporter Melia Robinson takes readers along for a detailed look at her first One Medical primary care experience.
Inc. takes a look at how employee benefits will be changing this year, touching on One Medical and Lyft’s partnership to offer high-value health benefits for 2016.
Malcolm Thaler, MD talks about a hot topic in medicine: medical marijuana.
Fortune reporter Kia Kokalitcheva takes an in-depth look at One Medical’s unique approach to primary care.
"The tech-driven primary care provider One Medical Group said it’s raised another $65 million chunk to help it continue to grow its membership and technology," writes Mark Sullivan.
Chris Rauber from the San Francisco Business Times puts a local spin on One Medical’s funding news.
Writes MedCityNews reporter Stephanie Baum, "One Medical Group is one of those companies that makes me wonder if it’s a provider with a lot of digital tech services or a technology company that enlists physicians. In any case, it’s set to expand both as part of a $65 million fundraise."
Tech-enabled primary care leader closes latest round of funding, reports strong momentum across individual and employer-based programs.
What does it take to build a rock-star engineering team? Forbes recently spoke with One Medical's CTO Kimber Lockhart to get her advice.
Natasha Withers, DO from One Medical New York spoke with HuffPost Live about the risks of going to work sick.
Natasha Bhuyan, MD from One Medical Phoenix spoke with Cosmopolitan about the benefits of daily kegels.
Kimber Lockhart, Chief Technology Officer of One Medical, won gold in the Stevie Awards for Women in Business.
Apparently long wait times at the doctor's office are still a thing? Since 95% of our appointments start on time or early, we wouldn't know.
Jason Chirichigno, MD discusses the risks of youth football and suggests precautions parents and coaches should take to prevent injuries.
One Medical's Spencer Blackman, MD looks at the link between a heavy workload and excessive drinking.
One Medical's Alexandra Sowa, MD speaks with Stuart Varney about new breast cancer screening guidelines.
One Medical CTO Kimber Lockhart was recently named to the Women 2.0 list of Female CTOs to Watch in 2016.
Is it better to sit or stand? Alexandra Sowa, MD sets the record straight.
Thanks Wealthfront for recognizing One Medical as a top place for young people to start their careers.
Junk food feasts and trips to the local bar may put your team at ease, but there are many alternative activities that can inspire collaboration and bonding without sacrificing health. Here are a few ideas that are fun, productive and healthy.
When it comes to seeing your doctor, it pays to do your homework and prepare. Here are 7 questions you should ask to make sure you know the whole picture.
One Medical’s Bruce Olmscheid gives his perspective from the front lines of HIV prevention and treatment.
Laura Guderian, MD shares tips for patients who are living with HIV.
One Medical was featured in Le Monde in a story about health care innovation in Silicon Valley.
One Medical was featured on CNBC’s Nightly Business Report in a segment about jobs growth.
One Medical was featured in this story about companies that may reach the $1B valuation mark while they’re still privately held.
Great insights from One Medical FNP Victoria Albina on how to prevent a #transhealthfail.
Ever wonder why healthcare is so slow to change? One Medical’s Sandeep Acharya breaks it down in USA Today.
To keep your team healthy and productive, One Medical’s Spencer Blackman, MD suggests three categories of apps to remedy the most common ailments workers face at the office.
Feeling guilty because you're overdue for your annual physical exam? One Medical's Malcolm Thaler, MD discusses why you should rethink those feelings.
One Medical’s clinical systems designer Amanda Angelotti talks with NPR about making the leap from medical school to digital health.
One Medical’s Shilpi Agarwal, MD shares some tips and tricks with Men’s Health on how to cure minor ailments faster.
Our head of virtual care design Meg Scott weighs in with her perspective on the evolving role of telemedicine and how it fits into patient care.
Catered meals and on-demand snacks are popular company perks, but a never-ending supply of free food can have serious repercussions on your health. One Medical's Spencer Blackman, MD shares tips for navigating the company cafeteria.
Feel like you're losing your mental edge? One Medical's Malcolm Thaler, MD offers useful strategies for keeping sharp.
One Medical’s CEO Tom Lee, MD stopped by "Opening Bell with Maria Bartiromo" to talk about One Medical’s updated mobile app and more.
It can be tough to keep up healthy habits on the road. One Medical's Natasha Withers, DO offers some simple tips that will help you stay strong.
Malcolm Thaler, MD explores how our brains learn and retain information, what happens as we age, what's normal (and what's not), and what we can do to keep our brains humming at high gear.
VentureBeat covers the launch of One Medical’s updated mobile app, which now enables members to get treatment for common skin issues without an appointment, right from their phone.
One Medical adds digital dermatology, vaccine tracker to its primary care app so members can better manage their health on the go.
Malcolm Thaler, MD provides new insights into what causes cancer.
Who wouldn’t want to work less and do more? Spencer Blackman, MD has some great ideas for making this a reality.
Long hours, rushed meals and tempting treats can wreak havoc on your diet - Natasha Withers, DO shares her insights into what you can do to prevent the pounds from creeping up at work.
Natasha Withers, DO shares her health tips for telecommuters.
SELF Magazine profiles One Medical VP of Engineering Kimber Lockhart.
Everyday Health gets tips from One Medical nutritionist Samantha Treyve for this series on nutrition for men.
Spencer Blackman, MD looks at what companies can do to boost employee health without breaking the bank.
Malcolm Thaler, MD offers insights into heart attack prevention.
Natasha Withers, DO speaks with CBS about which health tests every woman should get.
VentureBeat covers One Medical’s Phoenix expansion and highlights the company’s enterprise relationship with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
One Medical opens three new locations in the greater Phoenix area and signs Arizona Diamondbacks as first local business customer.
The Phoenix Business Journal discusses One Medical’s launch into the Phoenix market in partnership with Dignity Health.
Malcolm Thaler, MD and Ellen Vora, MD discuss how anti-anxiety medications work and how to use them safely.
One Medical's Sandeep Acharya discusses the company's benefit offering and adoption by 100+ enterprise customers, including Uber Technologies, Adobe, Fitbit, and NBCUniversal.
Natasha Withers, DO discusses the health risks associated with sitting and stresses the importance of movement in the workplace.
Malcolm Thaler, MD writes about why some people experience severe allergic reactions after consuming red meat.
One Medical's Leyl Black shares five digital health trends you'll see in 2015, including wearable devices and prescription-only apps.
Spencer Blackman, MD shares five unhealthy workplace habits to break in 2015 and a few ways to take steps toward better health.
One Medical research shows that nearly half of working professionals think their employer isn't investing enough in their health and wellness.
Natasha Withers, DO offers tips for making your commute a little healthier.
Malcolm Thaler, MD writes about the Enterovirus D68 epidemic and how it is causing significant respiratory issues in some children. He lays out the symptoms and how parents can protect their loved ones.
Inc. Magazine looks at high-value health benefits companies can offer employees that won't break the bank, including One Medical primary care.
Natasha Withers, DO comments on the rise of IUDs as a birth control method.
Tom X. Lee, MD shares how One Medical is using technology to redesign primary care.
Natasha Withers, DO writes about the importance of moving during your work day.
Spencer Blackman, MD lays out eight simple tricks to stay healthy in the workplace.
Tom X. Lee, MD discusses the genesis of One Medical.
Tom X. Lee, MD is interviewed on Sound Medicine about One Medical’s unique approach to primary care.
One Medical is highlighted as a perk for companies looking to bolster their employee health benefits.
Tom X. Lee, MD is interviewed on CNBC's Squawk on the Street about reinventing the doctor's office and the company's plans for expansion.
Stuart Varney interviews CEO Tom X. Lee, MD about One Medical's model and how it's providing patients with affordable and accessible health care.
One Medical announces that it has raised $40 million of growth capital to expand to new markets and meet the critical needs of employers for an affordable care delivery solution.
Reporter Leena Rao highlights 2013 Crunchie winner One Medical's $40 million dollar round of funding.
James Temple writes about One Medical's latest fundraising effort to allow for expansion and growth in new markets.
Tom Cheredar reports on One Medical's $40 million round of funding that will fuel the primary care practice's expansion.
Spencer Blackman, MD shares five strategies managers can employ to reduce workplace stress and foster a more productive environment.
Andrew Diamond, MD remarks on the most important consideration when looking for a physician.
One Medical's Tom X. Lee, MD is featured in this ranking of up-and-coming Silicon Valley businesspeople.
Tom X. Lee, MD remarks on business opportunities and challenges, his management philosophy, and what makes him tick.
Founder and CEO Tom X. Lee MD's unique approach to health care cements his place among Silicon Valley's coolest people in tech.
Companies can now offer One Medical as an employee benefit; over 40 companies have already signed up for One Medical's enterprise program, including Adobe, Doximity, Fitbit, NBCUniversal, Sequoia Benefits and Uber.
Live from the 7th Annual Crunchies Awards, TechCrunch editors Matt Burns and Matt Rogers present One Medical with a Crunchie for Best Health Startup in 2013.
Reporter Christina Farr dives deep into the hot new benefit for companies: high-quality primary care.
One Medical opens its first L.A. office, located at 9735 Wilshire Boulevard after member base more than triples over last three years.
Leah Rothman, DO joins the GMA cast to discuss shapewear's impact on women's bodies.
CEO Tom X. Lee, MD talks One Medical and how the company infuses technology in its culture.
Spencer Blackman, MD shares tips on how to protect yourself during the flu season.
Alice Truong writes about One Medical's participation in the pilot of Google Helpouts and how video can complement in-person office visits.
Lizzie O'Leary writes about the value patients find in having extra time and communication with their doctors.
Natasha Withers, DO joins Fox News' Carol Alt to discuss the risks and benefits of America's favorite caffeinated beverage: coffee.
Ryan Mac interviews founder and CEO Tom X. Lee, MD about how One Medical is removing the inefficiencies from primary care.
Reporter Christina Farr talks with CEO Tom X. Lee, MD about closing One Medical's sixth round of funding led by Google Ventures.
Forbes columnist Zina Moukheiber writes about how One Medical focuses on putting patient care first.
CBS Bay Area reports on the benefits of One Medical: high-quality care and attentive physicians that allow for unprecedented efficiency.
Katie Hafner chronicles One Medical's early days and mission to bring personalized primary care to patients across the country.