Applications for this program are available every month on a first-come first-serve basis. There are a limited number of applications given out each month, so we encourage our potential patients to arrive early in order to ensure the best possibility of obtaining an application. Please call one of our Patient Care Coordinators at 615-329-4790 (Nashville office) or 615-225-4141 (Murfreesboro office) to find out when we are having our next Application Day. Download our What to Bring PDF for a full list of the required documents necessary to complete your application.
Considering the personal experience with an interdisciplinary relationship, I would like to describe how it worked. Interdisciplinary relationships are very important among people, and there are many issues that have to be solved between people. There are different situations that influence people's characters and perception of the situation, that is why the only way is to use communication, in order to prevent misunderstanding. Interdisciplinary relationships represent communication and collaboration. "Working on interdisciplinary teams to build the electronic record gave clinicians the opportunity to study the roles that other disciplines play at the organization. With strong support from IS staff, nurses collaborated closely with members of the pharmacy team to design physician order systems that met both groups' needs for accessing information, and in the process, developed mutual respect for what others bring to the care continuum.", according to Interdisciplinary relationships (2003). As a fact, interdisciplinary relationships affect my organization, as well as patients and families that use my health care organization.