Doximity is an online social networking service for U.S. clinicians. Launched in March 2011, Doximity has over 500,000 verified members as of August 2015. With over half of U.S. physicians as members and a growing population of nurse practitioners and physician assistants, Doximity is the largest HIPAA-secure medical network in the United States. Doximity offers its members curated medical news, HIPAA-secure case collaboration, and messaging to connect healthcare professionals across specialties and medical centers.

 

The CEO of Doximity is Jeff Tangney​, the previous founder of Epocrates​, a company that makes various mobile health software applications. 

Investors

In April 2014, the company announced it had raised a $54 million financing round led by the venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson and the mutual fund company T. Rowe Price. Morgan Stanley Investment Management additionally invested. This investment brought Doximity's total funding to $81 million.

Doximity received $10.8 million in venture capital funding from Emergence Capital Partners and Interwest Partners​ in March 2011 and $17 million in Series B funding led by Morgenthaler Ventures in September 2012.

Residency Navigator

In 2014, Doximity launched Residency Navigator, a tool to help medical students find residency programmes that fit their professional needs. The Residency Navigator uses user-submitted evaluations and collected data to create a database of US residency programs, which students can then search and compare programmes through. [1]