Intimate Evening and Conversation 
about Saint Thomas Health

By Jordan Pitts
Foster / Johnson Home
On Thursday, September 26th, Fletcher Foster and Dennis Johnson opened their gorgeous home to host a lavish cocktail reception for Saint Thomas Health.  Decorated with exquisite pieces from international destinations, such as Thailand and India, and featuring a picturesque view of the Nashville skyline, their home provided the perfect ambience for the wonderful evening.

The focus of the event was of course Saint Thomas Health. It is the leading faith-based health care system in Tennessee, committed to providing spiritually centered, holistic care that sustains and improves the health of the communities it serves. This family of Middle Tennessee hospitals includes Saint Thomas West Hospital, Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital and Saint Thomas Hospital for Spinal Surgery in Nashville, Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital in Murfreesboro, and Saint Thomas Hickman Hospital in Centerville.
Dr. Mike Schatzlein & Steve Wariner

Mike Schatzlein, the President and CEO of Saint Thomas Health, spoke to patrons during the middle of the evening about Saint Thomas Health’s initiatives.  In addition to their key service areas of heart, orthopedic, neuroscience, women’s health, and cancer, Saint Thomas Health is devoted to serving the poor and underprivileged.

To conclude the night, four-time GRAMMY Award-winner, Steve Wariner took the stage to perform songs off his newly released album “It Ain’t All Bad.” The album, which includes twelve hits that Wariner himself either wrote or co-wrote, chronicles this next chapter in his life. The guests, who the majority are involved with Nashville’s music scene, enjoyed the live performance and connected with the music.

LEGACY Consulting, PR & Events would like to thank Fletcher Foster and Dennis Johnson for welcoming us into their home and Saint Thomas Health for inviting us to take part in a great event!

Dawn Rudolph, Fletcher Foster & Tresa Halbrooks
To listen to Steve Wariner’s new album “It Ain’t All Bad,” download it via Amazon or iTunes.


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