Vera_Working_At_Vera_Graphic1_LargeDeciding where to work is one of the biggest questions each of us will face in our lives. We hope our place of employment will be aligned with our values, that we will be supported in accomplishing our goals, and that the people we work alongside will become trusted partners.

For healthcare providers, coaches, and allied staff members those questions carry special weight, because a supportive workplace better enables them to fulfill their goal of providing superior quality healthcare to their patients. 

On the other hand, a work environment where quantity always wins over quality limits their ability to make a difference.

Things Are Different at Vera

Vera_Working_At_Vera_Graphic2_LargePerhaps you’ve felt frustrated or burnt out from navigating days that are too busy or full. Maybe you’ve wondered if all the work you’re doing is having any real impact on your patients’ health.

Our approach to healthcare sets us apart. 

  • Vera team members experience higher rates of job satisfaction, because they’re able to spend more time with patients and make a real difference in their health
  • Vera patients experience better overall outcomes, because they’re empowered to take an active role in their health

“I was very excited to join Vera because of the idea of helping patients with their whole health and wellness. Not just for their immediate concerns but ensuring that patients get the quality care they need. I feel challenged in my work, yet truly enjoy the opportunity to work on a team that believes in the same mission.”

Carolyn Lovano, Medical Assistant at South Lake Union Care Center in Seattle, Washington

A Day in the Life

We’ve put together an interactive resource to give you a better idea of what working at Vera is really like. It allows you to walk through the average day of a healthcare provider, health coach, and allied staff member. 

We mean it when we say we’re starting a healthcare revolution. The evidence is in our team members and the impact they have every day on the lives and health of Vera patients.



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