If you’ve ever wanted to actually get smarter from listening to a podcast interview, this is the show for you. In this episode of our Co-Working Night Series of This Has to Work, Sam Eskildsen of Mainstreet Family Urgent Care talks about his path from civil engineering to private equity management and eventual startup founder. Hear why Sam mapped their rural urgent care clinic locations to Walmart’s real estate footprint, the land rush to launch Mainstreet as competitors started to circle the state and how telemedicine may be the key to delivering improved services to patients in rural markets. As a bonus, Sam also gives some advice on how founders should think about raising private investment and how much they should raise. Listen in for all of this and more!