This is Whole Health: Veda Womack

Veda Womack[93]“In my role as an educator, my experience in promoting Whole Health is most evident in my guidance and mentorship of students. When addressing the topic of time management, I consistently emphasize the significance of incorporating self-care, spiritual well-being and physical health into their lives. I encourage them to begin by identifying activities they genuinely enjoy and then assist them in finding dedicated time slots in their schedules to prioritize these aspects. I also make it a point to inform students about the financial resources available from the school, acknowledging the importance of their financial well-being, which can often have a significant impact on their overall state of health. Additionally, I offer them access to a network of Care Team resources to support their mental health as they navigate the unique phases of their Master of Physician Assistant Studies journey.”

Veda Womack, MBA, PA-C

Director of Clinical Education

HSC Faculty Senate President

What areas of whole health are part of this story?

  • Self-Care
  • Spiritual Health
  • Physical Health
  • Financial Health
  • Mental Health

To learn more about HSC’s Whole Health Initiative, go to If you have an example of how you have implemented one or more whole health areas and want to be featured in the “This is Whole Health” series, please email

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