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Monica Shipman

Monica Shipman

Physician Assistant

Monica is a board-certified Physician Assistant (PA). She completed her Masters of Health Sciences in the Physician Associate Program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Due to her interest in promoting wellness, she also became board-certified in Lifestyle Medicine. Over the last 15 years she has practiced Family Medicine, Endocrinology, Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care, and Lifestyle Medicine.

Monica is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, the Obesity Medicine Association, and the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. She is honored to be part of the Vitality Medical team. She is an empathetic provider who thrives on being a partner and mentor to patients. She believes in the power of food to heal and is fulfilled helping patients incorporate healthier habits to prevent and reverse chronic disease.

Monica lives with her husband Josh and Shiba Inu Kiska. She enjoys spending time in nature, being active, traveling, reading, and spending time with friends and family.



Services we Offer

Weight Loss Program

The Vitality Weight Loss Program is a nonsurgical, medical program individualized to your specific needs and offers a comprehensive nutrition course, personalized meal plans, and behavioral therapy classes – all included!

Nutrition Course

The Vitality Nutrition Course is the only nutrition course in the country jointly written by an internal medicine physician who specializes in weight management and a cardiologist. Learn how to reverse your medical problems though food today.

Psychology of Eating Course

The Vitality Psychology of Eating Course is written and delivered by experts to help you understand WHY we make certain food choices. We help you get to the root of understanding the relationship between our minds and our plate.

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