1Life Healthcare is a San Francisco-based chain of primary healthcare clinics. One Medical is a membership-based primary care service with in-person care and online resources, including a mobile app.
One Medical was founded by Tom Lee in 2007. The company grew from a single San Francisco clinic to more than 72 locations across the United States, including 29 clinics in the greater San Francisco Bay Area.
In 2017, Amir Rubin succeeded Tom Lee as CEO of One Medical. In 2018, The Carlyle Group invested $350 million in the company. One Medical is also backed by Google's parent company Alphabet Inc..
On January 31, 2020, One Medical began trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange.
During the early stages of vaccine distribution, One Medical was accused of administering the COVID-19 vaccine to ineligible patients in the San Francisco Bay Area. This resulted in a congressional investigation which currently is still pending results.
Highest paying job titles at One Medical include Family Medicine Physician, Medical Director, and Account Manager