NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans are supporting Saint Thomas Health’s efforts to promote safe sleep to new parents during Baby Safety Month in September.
Titans owner K. S. “Bud” Adams, Jr. has been a long time financial supporter to Saint Thomas Hospital’s Birthing Center through the Titans Foundation.
Saint Thomas Hospital executives were appreciative of the Titans’ visit.
“The players provide a unique experience for our patients while they are in our hospitals and are celebrating a birth with proud parents,” said Jeff Cook, Director of Legal and Contracts, Saint Thomas Health.
“It is great to work with the Titans to help provide safe sleep education to our parents and community,” said Deborah Bouressa, Director of Women’s Health.
Saint Thomas delivers approximately 10,000 newborns each year and educates new parents about safe sleep practices for babies. Their mission is focused on improving the overall health in communities.
For more information, visit the Saint Thomas website at www.sths.com or call (615) 284-BABY.