Laresa Jackson’s coworkers are so sorry she won a Credo Award. (Not really)
Public recognition is not her thing. But she’s always reminding her staff of the difference they make.
Grace Cronin, known as “Miss Grace,” by patients and families, just earned a Credo Award for her ability to ease concerns and willingness to help out wherever possible.
“She is a positive influence to all who meet her, and it is a privilege to know such a wonderful physical therapist.”
Driven by passion and persistence, Kim Arnold goes above and beyond to help patients
“Her service and love for our patients translates directly with her quality of work.”
In his first six months at Vanderbilt’s Dayani Center, Eric Jarvis maneuvered a car crash, a tornado and a pandemic.
Through it all, his leadership has been a steadying influence for his 60-member team
Sharlinda Robertson has a way with toddlers having tantrums. And everybody else, too.
Her small acts of kindness earned her a Credo Award
Johnny Wedderburn’s positivity, kindness and innovation help patients become independent again
"He cares for the entire person and doesn’t just perform a job."
With a smile and a paint brush, Tim Temple works to bring quality care to patients at VPH
“He problem solves solutions unique to the behavioral health environment and models empathy and compassion for our patients and for his colleagues.”
After a tornado tore through Thomas Akins’s home in an overnight storm, he was only worried about one thing: getting to work to serve patients and families.
“He is truly the most positive person and a real example of the Credo.”
From organizing ugly sweater parties to serving as a guide for new international students, Jennifer Craker does it all.
“I’ve worked in four institutions with a ton of people in a role like hers, and I’ve never encountered anyone even close to her caliber.”