To improve the health and well-being of college students through virtual medical and mental health care.
To empower students to be well and thrive in all aspects of their lives.
Curious about what makes TimelyMD so unique? Let’s break it down at a glance.
Services We Provide:
On-Demand Medical Care
On-Demand Mental Health Support
Appointment-Based Medical Care
Faculty and Staff Guidance for Student Support
TimelyMD At a Glance
The leader in
virtual health and well-being for students
Licensed providers in
all 50 states
in the U.S.
students served nationwide
How It Began
TimelyMD was co-founded by Luke Hejl, Chris Clark and Alan Dennington, M.D., in 2017. Luke and Alan grew up in Austin, Texas, and shared many of life’s earliest memories together, including Boy Scouts, church activities and family camping trips. During their freshman year at Abilene Christian University, they met Chris—their first-year class president—and the three have been friends ever since.
What began as a dinner conversation between Luke and Chris about starting a business then snowballed into a yearlong adventure bringing researching telehealth, specifically in higher education. The idea of directly connecting students to healthcare professionals was born after speaking with students and parents about the current physical and mental needs of college students.
As results-focused leaders and longtime friends, Luke, Chris and Alan bring their entrepreneurial passions and their experiences at the intersection of business, technology and healthcare to all aspects of life and work at TimelyMD.
The History of TimelyMD
Abilene Christian University became the first partner school
Added mental health services TalkNow and scheduled counseling
Raised $4.4 million Series A from Argenta Partners
Added health coaching and psychiatry services
Introduced faculty and staff support for campuses
Received a $60 million investment from JMI Equity; served 80+ campuses
TimelyMD’s proprietary technology made it easier than ever for students to connect to care
Introduced basic needs support for community college students