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LifePoint

Founded Year

1992

Stage

Private Equity - II | Alive

Total Raised

$19.75M

Last Raised

$8.75M | 19 yrs ago

About LifePoint

Lifepoint is a medical technology company developing rapid and cost effective, non-invasive, on-site diagnostic products. The Company has developed and will continue to develop patented, proprietary technologies utilizing saliva as a test specimen to provide blood equivalent diagnostic results without the need for blood or urine.

Headquarters Location

1205 South Dupont Street

Ontario, California, 91761,

United States

909-418-3000

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Expert Collections containing LifePoint

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

LifePoint is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Health Monitoring & Diagnostics.

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Health Monitoring & Diagnostics

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Companies developing technology to facilitate near-patient and point-of-care (POC) in vitro diagnostic testing. Companies tagged as #NearPatient&POCTesting

LifePoint Patents

LifePoint has filed 3 patents.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

3/3/2016

3/3/2020

Safety equipment, Role-playing video games, Woodworking, Textile closures, Occupational safety and health

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Application Date

3/3/2016

Grant Date

3/3/2020

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Related Topics

Safety equipment, Role-playing video games, Woodworking, Textile closures, Occupational safety and health

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Grant

LifePoint Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was LifePoint founded?

    LifePoint was founded in 1992.

  • Where is LifePoint's headquarters?

    LifePoint's headquarters is located at 1205 South Dupont Street, Ontario.

  • What is LifePoint's latest funding round?

    LifePoint's latest funding round is Private Equity - II.

  • How much did LifePoint raise?

    LifePoint raised a total of $19.75M.

  • Who are the investors of LifePoint?

    Investors of LifePoint include LRG Capital Group, New England Partners and General Conference Corp of Seven-Day Aventist.

  • Who are LifePoint's competitors?

    Competitors of LifePoint include Brain Tunnelgenix Technologies, Velico Medical, Verax Biomedical, Cayenne Medical, Clarient, NanoMR, LipoScience, Silicon Biosystems, Adlyfe, Vivacta and 31 more.

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