By Shane Reeves, Chief Executive Officer

TwelveStone’s theme for 2021 is Restoration.

An interaction I had with a woman at church recently seemed to really fit this topic. She shared that she had gotten an infusion in the TwelveStone Murfreesboro Infusion Center. She went on to share that she had been quite nervous until she stepped out into the hallway and saw the scripture on the wall from Isaiah 40:31 –

“but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not be faint.”

She told me that this was her father’s favorite verse and that it had put her at peace—we call that a God moment. Her story reminded me of just how proud I am to be a member of an organization like TwelveStone. We make a difference in the lives of our patients; not just clinically, but personally and spiritually. And we do this every single day.

On this note, I want to take a moment to recognize our incredible team members who work every day to create a restorative environment for our patients. Based on the All-Staff Survey, we scored higher than the average organization in Best Christian Workplaces Institute’s (BCWI) Products and Services Sector in Overall Engagement. This is to say that our employees are very much committed to TwelveStone and are pouring their energy into work that is meaningful to them.

At TwelveStone, we are proud to be considered a Best Christian Workplace and will be adding that designation to our web site. What we do matters. As an organization, we are all committed to making a difference through a higher level of comprehensive care. This is not something we just say, it’s what we believe, it is what we track to ensure that we are delivering on that brand promise. Giving to others is restorative to each of us, just as the medical care we offer restores our patients back to health.

The importance of putting your heart and soul into the work you do is deeply appreciated here at TwelveStone, and I see the evidence of this in feedback from both patients and team members.

Here’s to a restorative 2021 for all!