TENNESSEE PEDIATRIC SOCIETY FOUNDATION INC

Rating: 4.5 stars   2 reviews

Issues: Disaster Aid, Health

Location: PO Box 159201 Nashville TN 37215 USA

Mission: The Tennessee Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (TNAAP) established the Tennessee Pediatric Society Foundation to implement programs that benefit the health, safety, and well-being of Tennessee's children. TNAAP is Tennessee's professional association for pediatricians. The Tennessee Pediatric Society Foundation increases the opportunities for TNAAP and its members to expand their role as community leaders and champions of Tennessee's children by providing an avenue for doctors to make change within their communities.

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Rating: 4 stars  

We're very impressed with the efforts of the foundation to reach out to pediatricians across the state over the last year. Goals have been set and the board and staff are making them become reality. Way to go!

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outreach efforts to engage pediatricians in making change.

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expand the staff to allow for even more programs to be offered for children and families.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Anything that can be done to help children get healthier is worth our time, attention and money. The Tennessee Pediatric Foundation's work towards reducing and eliminating childhood obesity has the potential to change so many lives for the better. As a parent and as a healthcare provider, it is essential to suppor this work!

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Discussing projects and health impacts of the projects

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Give them more funding to do their great work on a larger scale

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