You'll work hard. D&mn hard. But you're not just doing interesting work with A-team people, you're doing things that are improving medicine and the life of practitioners.
Doximity is a company that can't truly be called a startup anymore, but it still has the culture of one, and strives to maintain that culture.
The CEO is unusually gifted and someone I, personally, was happy to follow. His co-leaders and department heads are also all exceptional. You'll be running flat-out every day to keep up with them. But it's worth it.
Fail-fast culture. Focus on continual improvement. Truly impressive people.
Employee mentoring and career advancement options are lacking. Long hours, high stress.