We’re excited to announce a new partnership with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City (Blue KC). Blue KC chose Vera as their strategic and clinical partner to launch three new Spira Care Centers...
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A ceremonial ribbon cutting lauded the opening of the new Vera Whole Health clinic for employees and dependents of the Municipality of Anchorage on Monday, March 5, 2018. Mayor Ethan Berkowitz and Vera Whole Health President and CEO Ryan Schmid addressed a c rowd of municipal employees and local business partners , and then led tours of the new clinic. This is the second Vera clinic to open in Anchorage, following the Anchorage School District employee clinic, which opened in fall 2017 - school district and municipal employees will be able to use the clinic of their choice as part of a cooperative agreement. A news release jointly issued by the Municipality and Vera provides additional details.
Series D Round Helps Vera Expand Availability of Workplace Healthcare that Reduces Costs and Improves Coverage for Employees.
Vera Whole Health has expanded into Oregon by signing a contract with Hoffman Construction. Joey Harrington, former NFL and University of Oregon quarterback introduced the two companies.
YAKIMA, WA — Shields Bag and Printing Co. announced on March 15 that they signed Vera Whole Health to serve their 1,000 employees and family members via an on-site primary care and coaching clinic. They are the first company to launch a Vera clinic in the Yakima Valley. “We are thrilled to partner with Vera Whole Health,” said Lisa Shields, President and CEO. “In a quickly changing healthcare environment one thing remains the same and that is the importance of our people for they are truly what sets us apart. It was incredibly important for us to find an organization like Vera to whom we could partner and entrust our healthcare to.”
Great Place to Work® and Fortune recognized Vera Whole Health today as one of the 20 Best Workplaces in Health Care. The ranking is a result of a nationwide, anonymous survey of nearly 30,000 employees.
The Northern Arizona Public Employers Benefit Trust announced today that they have signed Vera Whole Health to open a new clinic for their employees in Flagstaff, AZ. The contract marks a significant step for Vera as it expands its footprint beyond the Pacific Northwest.
Trident Seafoods Corporation, one of the nation’s leading seafood companies, has signed on as Vera Whole Health’s newest partner. The company will open a primary care clinic in Ballard this fall to serve Trident Seafood employees who work at the corporate office and the Pier 91 facility.
Vera Whole Health today announced that Virginia Mason, one of the nation’s highest-ranking hospitals, has made a strategic investment in Vera Whole Health’s latest round of funding, which is expected to raise $5 million. The investment will expand Vera’s presence in Seattle with the opening of a new clinic in the bustling neighborhood of South Lake Union, and into new markets across the country.
Vera Whole Health is proud to announce its recent recognition as one of Seattle Business magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For.”
Virginia Mason and Vera Whole Health work together to bring clinical best practices and improved patient experience to employer-funded primary care clinics.
Vera Whole Health is proud to announce that CEO Ryan Schmid was recently named one of Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 Under Forty honorees.
Company secures $2.5 million to meet growing demand for worksite healthcare.