Credo Award

A fierce patient advocate, physical therapist Sarah Moran is a champion for children with disabilities

“Sarah is truly the unsung hero. It is because of her diligence, leadership, communication and dedication that hundreds of children in Tennessee and their families had memorable experiences this summer at triathlons and camps.”

Credo Award winner Jay Morrison sees himself as VUMC’s utility baseball player, giving structure, process and support so the whole team wins

“I love a challenge and working on something I know is going to be hard because the value is that much better on the back end.”

Technical glitches are no match for Trisha James’s grant submission skills.

Strong work ethic, dedication to customer service, compassion and commitment to teamwork earn James a VUMC Credo Award.

Credo Awards hit 15-year milestone

168 winners (so far) of the honor for exemplary employees

Flavia Atkins brings caring and leadership to the patients she guides as a health care navigator

She takes pride not only in guiding patients on their health care journeys but also in serving as a resource who is always available to her fellow navigators

For VUMC materials management supervisor Kelvin Devane, surgical patients’ needs are top of mind

“I don’t know these people on the table having surgery, but it’s somebody’s dad, somebody’s mom, somebody’s child. I just want to help take care of them.”

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