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Sarah Joy Cook Joins Aila Health as Head of Operations

Oakland, CA

April 26, 2021

Aila Health, the precision health company empowering chronic autoimmune patients with holistic, personalized health at home, announced that Sarah Joy Cook has joined the company as Head of Operations. In her new role, Ms. Cook will leverage her 20+ years of digital healthcare experience to help scale operations, customer success, and sales to propel Aila’s growth in the virtual care market.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Sarah Joy Cook to our team and are excited about the role she will play at Aila,” said Rory Stanton, CEO of Aila Health. “Sarah Joy’s direct experience with implementing digital health solutions at self-insured employers and value based care organizations positions us well for growth.  Her background as both a clinical practitioner and a healthcare operations executive is a strong fit with our vision of improving access to high quality, personalized care with our scalable chronic disease management platform.

“Aila Health is changing the care experience for patients with chronic autoimmune conditions. Patients can track all of their health data in one place and join a community of other patients. They can work 1:1 with a mind-body coach and even receive care from a doctor specializing in functional medicine. I’m thrilled to join a team so passionate about treating the whole person, not just the specific disease,” said Ms. Cook.

Ms. Cook began her career in healthcare as a dietitian and health coach before transitioning to client success and operations leadership. She completed her studies at Middle Tennessee State University, Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Lipscomb University. In her free time, Ms. Cook and her fiance enjoy exploring the mountains and waterfalls near their home in Greenville, SC.

About Aila Health

Aila Health is on a mission to improve the healthcare experience for autoimmune  patients.  We use data to bring the "invisible" into view, to support shared decision-making with patients and healthcare providers, and to develop a personalized care plan that works. To learn more, visit