Dr. Hayden Pasco is from Richmond, a graduate of University of Virginia, earned her Doctor of Medicine in 2008 from the VCU School of Medicine, and completed her Family Medicine residency in 2011. Following residency she opened HCA’s Primary Health Group – Short Pump which quickly grew into a successful primary care practice. She is board certified by the American Academy of Family Physicians and is a member of the American Medical Association, Medical Society of Virginia and the Richmond Academy of Medicine. She has continued to pursue further training in preventive healthcare through certification in the BaleDoneen Method and completing advanced vascular training at the Gulf Coast Ultrasound Institute.
Dr. Pasco co-founded Whole Health Physicians
because she craved a positive environment that allowed the time and space to get a wholistic view of the patient so she can treat them from the inside out. This means understanding their genetic tendencies, inflammatory and cardiovascular markers, gut health and also realizing this needs to be examined in the context of their lifestyle and personal limitations. With all of this information she and her patient together create a doable action plan to get them on the best personal path to better health.
As a cancer survivor herself, she truly understands the value of prevention and early detection. She also knows what a patient needs when they are in a medical crisis. She looks forward to being an advocate for her patients when they need her the most.
When not in the office, you will likely find her at home in Goochland, hanging out with her husband and sons in the garden, wrangling a horse to ride, gathering chicken eggs, doing yard work, running or practicing yoga. Occasionally, she finds time to paint which she loves.
Dr. Brian Neely is a Family Medicine and Preventative Health Specialist with 18 years of experience promoting wellness in the Richmond community and beyond. He is a Virginia native and graduated with distinction from University of Virginia in 1994. Dr. Neely earned his Medical Doctorate from the VCU School of Medicine in 1999 and was elected into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honors Society. He completed his Family Practice Residency in 2002 and became a founding partner of Virginia Family Physicians in Midlothian, Virginia where he practiced successfully for 14 years before stepping out to explore new strategies in patient care. He has established affiliation with the Cleveland Heart Lab, Salveo Diagnostics, received certification in the Bale- Doneen Method and completed advanced vascular training at The Gulf Coast Ultrasound Institute. Dr. Neely is Board Certified by the American Academy of Family Physicians and maintains memberships in the American Medical Association, Medical Society of Virginia and the Richmond Academy of Medicine.
At Whole Health Physicians, Dr. Neely works to establish a trusting relationship with each patient. He believes in a collaborative approach to personal wellness in which the patient’s voice is a guiding factor. This approach, supported by his knowledge of advanced cardiovascular lab testing, genetics and gut health provides each patient with an individualized strategy in disease prevention and overall health.
Dr. Neely resides in Midlothian with his wife and three children. He is a year-round golfer, enjoys snowboarding during the winter months, and devotes his remaining free time to attending his children’s performances and athletic events.
Tracey provides our practice with a wealth of healthcare management experience having worked with HCA Physician Services for over 20 years, most recently in the role of Market Manager at HCA. She was responsible for 19 medical practices to include 29 locations, 90 providers, 3 area practice managers, and 12 onsite practice managers. She was responsible for oversight of day to day operations, practice financials, strategic growth and planning. Additional responsibilities included oversight of Quality initiatives, governmental and insurance programs, provider recruitment, practice acquisitions, terminations, divestures and bridging physician services with hospital administration. All of this experience will play a vital role in helping us build the best preventative healthcare practice for our members.