CNBC January 3, 2020
Christina Farr

Key Points

– One Medical filed to go public on the Nasdaq.

– The company has a chain of tech-friendly primary care clinics in nine states and charges members $200 a year.

– Google is a big investor and one of One Medical’s biggest customers.

One Medical, a chain of primary care clinics that touts a “technology-powered model” and has raised money from Alphabet, just filed to go public on the Nasdaq. 

Founded in 2007, One Medical provides care at facilities in nine metropolitan markets throughout the country, with three more on the way, according to its website. One Medical makes money through customer memberships, which cost $200 a year, and by providing services to companies. It also bills insurers and offers...