About WelbeHealth

Our model combines physician house calls with team-based, intensive care management


To meet patients where they are, literally and figuratively


To address range of complex patient clinical and social needs


To coordinate resources with patients and caregivers

Who We Are

Decades of combined professional healthcare experience

Si France, MD

Si France is a mission driven physician entrepreneur. Most recently, he was founder and CEO of GoHealth, which operates over 40 urgent care centers in collaboration with leading health systems across the country, delivering best-in-class quality and patient experience.


Richard Gurley

Richard Gurley’s professional passion is improving quality of service and reducing costs in the US healthcare system. That passion has taken him through leadership roles in Tennessee government, McKinsey consulting, and most recently Evolent Health.


Elizabeth Carty, MSW

Elizabeth Carty is an expert in the highly successful PACE model of care. As a former Director of On Lok PACEpartners Consulting and former COO of the Center for Elders’ Independence, Elizabeth has spent 20 years launching new centers and leading and improving existing PACE organizations. Ensuring dignity for seniors is a core value for Elizabeth.


Matt Patterson, MD

Dr. Matt Patterson is dedicated to improving the value, accessibility, and experience of healthcare for all people and their caregivers. He’s led market changing innovation across clinical, operational, and technology domains with AirStrip, McKinsey & Company, and the United States Navy.


Adam Groff, MD

Adam Groff is a national leader in building better health care services for seniors. He serves as Chief Medical Officer of BAYADA Home Health, where he was fundamental in the creation of industry leading hospice and physician house call service lines. He also co-founded GoHealth with Si.



April 20, 2017

Wall Street Journal

Health-Care Deals Hit by Obamacare Limbo

WSJ cites WelbeHealth as an example of company aligning healthcare incentives, regardless of political climate.

February 8, 2017

Yahoo Finance

WelbeHealth Announces $15 Million of Funding from F-Prime Capital and .406 Ventures

“We founded this company around the mission of serving our most vulnerable seniors with greater quality and compassion in a value-based model,” said Si France, MD, co-founder and CEO of WelbeHealth. “So we were very deliberate in selecting successful investors who have experience partnering with entrepreneurs to build truly mission-driven healthcare services companies.”

February 8, 2017

Wall Street Journal

WelbeHealth Gains Capital to Help Elderly Live Independently

In addition to providing medical services, Welbe Health plans to tend to members’ social needs. On a typical day, a participant would be picked up and brought to a day center where he or she can socialize. At the day center there will also be dining and a salon and an interdisciplinary care team that includes physicians, nurses, social workers, physical therapy and occupational therapy.

Feb 1, 2017

Sutter Health

New Partnership Expands Healthcare Services to Seniors

“There is an unprecedented level of mission alignment for us as healthcare partners,” according to Sutter Care at Home CEO Marcia Reissig, RN. “We both provide care for the most vulnerable patients, facilitating their ability to remain at home longer while reducing emergency room trips and inpatient stays. This is an ideal partnership for bringing the PACE model of elder care to more underserved communities.”

Jan 27, 2017

Mobile Health News

Five Predictions for Health Tech and Services for 2017

Many start-ups are now rushing into the frailty space to provide services to delay this gradual decline and in turn, preventing high cost complications. Two special early stage mentions in this category are Welbe Health and Attuned Care. Bay Area based Welbe Health (F-Prime) is implementing the much-acclaimed PACE program which provides Medicare reimbursement for delivering common activities of daily living such as meals, transportation, and home care assistance.

Aug 20, 2016

The New York Times

Private Equity Pursues Profits in Keeping the Elderly at Home

Dr. Si France, a founder of WelbeHealth, an early-stage company based in Menlo Park, Calif., says start-ups can use technology to improve clinical communication, help caregivers make treatment decisions and monitor patients at home or in a hospital. But he insists even a high-tech PACE program cannot veer from its origins. “We think this is an arena for missionaries, not mercenaries.”

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