Tracy Gaudet


Tracy Gaudet, MD, is a leader in the development of Whole Health through decades of radically reenvisioning and implementing new approaches to address health outcomes and costs. Formerly the founding executive director of the Whole Health Institute, executive director of the Veterans Health Administration’s National Office of Patient Centered Care and Cultural Transformation, executive director of Duke Integrative Medicine, and founding executive director of the University of Arizona Program in Integrative Medicine, she was featured in the PBS nationally acclaimed special entitled “The New Medicine,” and named by Shape magazine as one of the 11 women who shape the world. 

Dr. Gaudet has been recognized as one of the “Top 25 Women in Healthcare” by Modern Healthcare, and featured as a Game Changer in Fortune magazine.  She was honored with the Bravewell Leadership Award for her significant contributions to advancing the field of medicine, recognized for her significant leadership that benefited our Nation’s Veterans with the Exemplary Service Award, and was honored with the Visionary Award from the Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine for her leadership in transformative healthcare. 

Dr. Gaudet is also the author of Consciously Female, a book on integrative medicine and women’s health, and Body, Soul, and Baby


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  • October 17–19, 2022
  • October 17–19, 2022