Musicians On Call (MOC), the nonprofit that brings music to the bedsides of patients, families and caregivers in healthcare environments across the nation, and TriStar Centennial Medical Center have partnered to offer a new live music program within the Nashville hospital. Every month, MOC Volunteer Musicians will fill TriStar Centennial’s Garden Court with soothing and upbeat music as patients, healthcare staff and loved ones pass through the information center.
On Dec. 19, MOC and TriStar Centennial Medical Center celebrated the launch of the new program with a live performance by Tigirlily Gold. Following the live performance, the sister duo visited patients at their bedsides to socialize and play more music. They have been a committed volunteers since 2018, and have performed for nearly 700 patients, family members and caregivers both at their bedsides and virtually. This year they also helped the nonprofit relaunch the MOC Bedside program at Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center in Las Vegas.
Additionally, MOC is currently recruiting musicians and music lovers to serve as certified volunteers for its MOC Bedside program in Middle Tennessee. For more information, click here.
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