SERMO, is the number one social network for physicians in 7 countries (the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Ireland, South Africa, and New Zealand) with over 382,000 members. Formerly, WorldOne, SERMO provides over 15 years of expertise in healthcare fieldwork and physician engagement. SERMO's services improve healthcare delivery and patient outcomes by enabling its network of 1.8 million healthcare professionals across 80 countries to share their insights and expertise with our clients and each other. 
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2005
Size (employees)
321 (est)-1%
Website
sermo.com
Sermo was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People/Management at Sermo

Peter Kirk

Peter Kirk

CEO
Gerard Smith

Gerard Smith

CFO
Osnat Benshoshan

Osnat Benshoshan

CMO
Elizabeth Nassari

Elizabeth Nassari

HR Manager
Douglas Fields

Douglas Fields

VP of Technology
Oren Hallale

Oren Hallale

SVP, Global Head of Operations

Sermo Office Locations

Sermo has offices in New York, Charlotte, Boston, Heroica Puebla de Zaragoza and in 9 other locations
New York, US (HQ)
1310 Everett Building 200 Park Ave S
Boston, US
51 Melcher St
Charlotte, US
Rotunda Building 4201 Congress St # 375
Hamburg, DE
1 Am Kaiserkai
Heroica Puebla de Zaragoza, MX
Edificio Premium Avenida Juárez 2915, Oficina 205 Colonia La Paz Puebla
London, GB
3 Murphy St Floor 3
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Sermo Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2005

Total Funding

$60 m

Latest funding size

$35 m

Time since last funding

over 4 years

Investors

Sermo's latest funding round in April 2013 was reported to be $35 m. In total, Sermo has raised $60 m

Sermo's Web-traffic and Trends

Sermo Online and Social Media Presence

Sermo News and Updates

Yelp for drugs? Sermo debuts drug-rating tool for doctors featuring reviews, ratings and comments

Yelp for drugs? Sermo debuts drug-rating tool for doctors featuring reviews, ratings and comments beth.bulik Fri, 05/12/2017 - 13:36

Yelp for drugs? Sermo debuts drug-rating tool for doctors featuring reviews, ratings and comments

Like consumers who scroll Amazon reviews, doctors looking for opinions on prescription drugs have a new place to turn. The Drug Ratings online database, launched last week by physician social network Sermo, allows doctors to tap into peer reviews, ratings and discussions about drugs.

Sermo Company Life and Culture

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