Investing in the Future of Women's Health


Investing in the Future of Women's Health

A venture capital fund catalyzing innovation in women’s health. Led by women, for the future of women, with health equity at the core. 

We use the term “women’s health” to encompass needs of people who identify as women, people who are assigned female at birth as well as have female reproductive organs. We acknowledge that not all people assigned female at birth identify as women and vice versa.

Our Approach



Digital Health


Health Services


Consumer Health


Maternal Health

Reducing maternal mortality and morbidity (e.g. pre-eclampsia, preterm birth) and address needs across the journey (e.g. mental health, lactation)


Increasing reproductive autonomy through novel science such as non-hormonal products and approaches that reduce costs and barriers to access


Novel science and approaches that dramatically reduce costs of or needs for fertility treatments

Menopause and Midlife

Solutions addressing women’s midlife needs such as menopause

Gynecological conditions

Improving outcomes in underserved yet common conditions such as endometriosis, PCOS, uterine fibroids and more

Gynecological infections

Improving testing and treatment of sexually transmitted and other gynecological infections

Pelvic health

Solutions for the range of pelvic floor conditions, from urinary incontinence to pelvic organ prolapse and beyond

Women’s oncology

Addressing areas with high unmet clinical need in diagnosis and/or treatment (e.g. ovarian cancer, cervical cancer)


RH Capital is an impact-first venture capital fund. We are committed to advancing health equity and outcomes within women’s health, particularly for historically underserved populations. We seek companies with high impact potential across our core impact pillars and work closely with Rhia Ventures to assess and ensure health equity in our portfolio. 

Transformative Innovation

Revolutionizing the way we diagnose and treat women's health conditions to dramatically improve health outcomes


Breaking down barriers to care through means such as increasing provider capacity, expanding geographic reach, and enabling convenient in-home or self-administered diagnostics and treatments


Reducing costs to the end customer significantly through insurance coverage, particularly Medicaid, or otherwise a dramatically reducing out-of-pocket costs

Systemic Change

Combatting bias and inequity by prioritizing historically underserved populations, such as BIPOC, rural communities, LGBTQIA+ and low-income individuals and delivering culturally intentional care

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