Who we are
Vera Whole Health is a market-leading healthcare service that delivers comprehensive, intelligent primary care to employees via employer-funded worksite clinics.
At the core of our philosophy is the belief that behavior change is the only sustainable way to help people live healthier. And we’ve found through experience and research that a person’s peer group is the primary motivator to that behavior change. That is why Vera Whole Health, in addition to offering primary care and health coaching to individuals, invests time and resources into helping companies change their health culture.
Vera serves over 40 clients, large and small with diverse needs.
Our clients have seen:
- 15-30% reduction in health care costs during the first year.
- 100-268% ROI after the first year.
- Maintained average patient satisfaction ratings of 4.6 out of 5.
- Maintained average employee participation rates over 90% in clinics over a year old, and over 70% participation for spouses.
Vera clients have reduced urgent care claims up to 58% in the first year.
Chief Visionary Officer & VP Vera University
Rick Chung, MD
Chief Medical Strategist
VP Finance & Administration
President & CEO
Board of Directors
Co-founder, Vera Whole Health (winner, Seattle University’s business plan competition). Co-founder and chairman of the Board, Hope Central Pediatric and Behavior Health Clinic. Co-founder Rainier Health and Fitness, a nonprofit health and fitness center. Served as project manager/developer for 61 unit mixed-use affordable housing development.
Sanford Levy, MD
20+ years of clinical practice with a focus on outpatient medicine in both primary care and surgical settings. Has served on several nonprofit and business boards, including Physicians Insurance.
Chairman of the Board
Managing Director of Aebig & Johnson Business Resolutions, LLC, Managing Director of Alexander Hutton Venture Partners, Adjunct Professor, Seattle University, Director of several private and public companies.
Principal, Activate Healthcare. Former CEO/President, Harvard Vanguard Medical Group ($1.2 Billion in revenue) and Advocate Healthcare System ($800 Million in revenue).