DENVER, CO, SEPTEMBER 4, 2023
Plume Health promotes itself as “the largest healthcare provider to the trans and nonbinary community.” Plume’s monthly subscription service offers medical consultations by smartphone and hormone prescriptions for people across the U.S., allowing patients to receive “gender-affirming care from home.”
According to Crunchbase, Plume has raised $38 million in venture funding.
The corporation’s principal office address is the UPS Store at Broadway and Alameda in Denver’s Washington Park West neighborhood.
According to registration records, Plume Health, P.C. is a stock corporation created in May 2020 in Virginia. Plume’s industry is described as “Insurance Consultants” rather than healthcare.
As of September 3, 2023, Virginia records show that Plume is not in good standing “pending inactive” because annual reporting and fee payments are overdue. [see Virginia record pdf]
In June 2020, Plume registered as a foreign entity doing business in Colorado. The corporation’s reports to the Colorado Secretary of State are up to date.
Corporate filings name Jerrica Kirkley, M.D. as Plume’s director, president, secretary, and treasurer. Kirkley graduated from medical school at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in 2012 and completed family practice residency at University of Colorado Hospital in 2015.
In 2021, Kirkley’s Colorado physician license was converted to a “compact home” license. This allows Kirkley to obtain fast-track licensing in states participating in the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact. Kirkley is licensed to practice medicine in Colorado, Utah, Nebraska, and other participating states.
Public records show that Kirkley was married to Denver Health neonatologist Meg Turner, M.D. The couple divorced in December 2019. The dissolution of marriage decree included a parenting plan.