Headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, Iggbo is a healthcare technology company. Our team is a perfect blend of technology, operations, and healthcare experts who have one goal: positively disrupt the industry and make personalized medicine possible for more people.

Created in 2014, Iggbo is one platform to manage healthcare labor. Combining on-demand technology with a flexible workforce of independent phlebotomists and healthcare specialists, Iggbo delivers care and collects diagnostics and medical testing anytime, anywhere.

Operating in over 180 US cities, with a workforce of over 8,000 phlebotomists, Iggbo's national, on-demand platform is reinventing healthcare's service delivery model and bringing efficiencies to almost every vertical of healthcare from Specialty Labs to Health Systems to Tele-medicine to Clinical Trials.


Nuno Valentine, CEO and Co-Founder of Iggbo, is on a mission to bring personalized medicine for everyone. He is an award winning founder of innovative healthcare platforms Iggbo and C3 Nexus. Nuno has over twenty years of experience as a senior executive and consultant with expertise in aligning technology and business strategy to achieve corporate goals. He has held multiple leadership roles in healthcare organizations and has managed the IT department for a transportation company with over $2 billion in annual revenue and 15,000+ employees. His experience includes orchestrating the integration of company acquisitions, resolving complex implementation of technological issues, and developing corporate strategy. Nuno has served on advisory and directorial boards for multiple healthcare and nonprofit organizations.

Shaival Kapadia, M.D. is Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of Iggbo. In addition, he serves as Co-Director of Bon Secours Heart and Vascular Institute. His decades of experience as a board-certified cardiologist, author, and nationally recognized speaker bring a mastery of clinical medicine that's often lacking in preventative care. But Dr. Kapadia's real goal is to change the way we care for real people. Dr. Kapadia received his medical degree from the University of Virginia. He then completed his residency in internal medicine at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond, Virginia. He went on to complete a fellowship in cardiology at Brown University at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island. He is board certified by the American Board of Cardiovascular Disease. Throughout his career, Dr. Kapadia has published a number of professional journal articles and has presented to The American College of Cardiology. Dr. Kapadia is a community leader and professional resource in the fields of cardiac wellness and disease prevention. He has been providing cardiology care to patients in Richmond for almost 20 years and during that time he has given numerous talks and seminars to fellow physicians and the community. He has been voted "Top Doc" in Richmond Magazine from 2008 to 2014 by his peers. Dr. Kapadia is committed to treating the whole patient-body, mind and spirit.

Mark Van Roekel, President and Co-Founder of Iggbo, is a senior level executive, corporate business development strategist, and entrepreneur. He has more than two decades' experience managing the full range and lifecycle of IT service delivery to Global 1000 companies. Mark has founded and led several commercial IT software and service companies. In leadership roles with IBM and other industry-defining companies, he has conceptualized, developed, and successfully brought to market numerous innovative technology and services offerings. As a senior executive with IBM, Mark conceived of and led the development of the first global training and certification program for Internet Technical professionals. He served as the lead consultant in Microsoft's transformation of Microsoft Search to Bing. Prior to founding Iggbo, Mark was President of The Whitlock Group, a systems integration and software development firm. He served as Co-Founder/President of Whitlock ebusiness Solutions and spin-offs Aspen Software, Passage Software, and Ideas2Inc. He founded and served as President of Aperture Systems Integration.

In The News

"Need a blood sample? There's an app for that" by The Pathologist Magazine

Popular Science calls Iggbo one of ten ideas that might save the world.

"This Uber for Blood Draws is Cutting Health Care Costs" by Fast Company.

"There is an Uber for Blood" by Quartz.

Iggbo featured in "The World On Demand" by Entrepreneur.com.

Venture Beat writes about the new options available for a better blood draw experience.

MobiHealth highlights the impact of Iggbo in the tele-health industry.

Springwise Calls Iggbo the Uber for blood collection.

"It All Starts with a Drop of Blood" by Richmond Times Dispatch.

Fortune highlights Iggbo in its widely distributed Term Sheet update.

The Richmond Times Dispatch on Iggbo's growth and expansion.

"Mobile Blood Draw Company Comes to You" by NBC12.

The transformative virtualization of care delivery by Becker's Health IT & CIO Review.

Iggbo Wins RVA Companies to Watch Award.

Changing the Way Blood is Drawn by Richmond Times Dispatch.

The Future of Patient Compliance, an interview with Iggbo Co-Founder Dr. Shaiv Kapadia.

Iggbo Co-Founder discusses personalized medicine and technology on Full Disclosure radio.