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Arts in Medicine at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital

Who We Are

We are a partnership between Florida State University and Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. Programs include:

  • Bookmarks: Reading by the bedside for patients of all ages
  • Things are Looking Up: The painting of ceiling tiles to be placed throughout the hospital
  • Knitting Noles: learn how to knit while interacting with other cancer survivors. Knitting materials are provided.
  • Activity Buddies: Puppet shows, hands-on art, crafts and horticulture activities
  • Performance Series: Music, dance, juggling and theatre in patient rooms, the TMH atrium, cafeteria and waiting rooms.

Accepting Volunteers: 18+

What We Do

The Arts In Medicine Program (AIM) is an interdisciplinary group of volunteers composed of artists, musicians, performers, physicians, therapists, clinical practitioners, medical staff, and educators. Its purpose is to promote the health and well-being of TMH patients and families through the myriad relationships between the arts and human responses. It is a partnership between the Florida State University and the Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare facility and is designed to bring together the rich resources of the FSU arts and clinical programs with the Tallahassee arts community for benefiting TMH patients and their families.


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