Recently, we sat down with Vera Whole Health Coach Nina Auerbach to talk about her experiences as a health coach, why she loves her job, how Vera Whole Health Coaching is different, and what it’s like...
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“It’s why I went into healthcare.” — Kourtney Dunlap, RNP at Eastside Anchorage At the core of every Vera Whole Health on-site clinic is a dedicated care team devoted to improving patient health. Made up of a provider, a whole health coach, and medical staff, these care teams ensure that every aspect of a patient’s care is coordinated to drive the best possible health outcomes. For Vera clinical teams, it’s an approach that’s radically different from their past medical field experience.
“I am so appreciative of Vera. Somehow or another, Shannon put everything together for me. I don’t think I’d be here, where I am. I might have been better, but I’m telling you, I’m good. I’m really, really good.” — Rosemary, patient at Vera’s Flagstaff clinic Eight months before Rosemary entered a Vera on-site clinic, her only goal for the day was to get out of bed and put on a piece of jewelry that made her feel good. The retired Arizona teacher suffered from a variety of chronic illnesses, including fibromyalgia and arthritis, and she needed to lose weight, but hated exercising and dieting. Then she met Shannon, a Vera health coach.