Patient Visits from Nashville Music Medics Featured in the Tennessean
Published on August 19, 2022
“It’s joy, pure joy, because we know we’ve done something good, and we’re part of something special,” said troupe leader G. Wayne Jackson. When the Nashville Music Medics visit our Nashville residence, you can expect to find much joy and love filling the hallways and rooms for patients, families, and staff. They are not doctors, but they have a mission to bring comfort and peace to those enduring difficult times. Brad Schmitt at the Tennessean covered a recent visit to a patient named Anita.
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