Providing the very best patient care means treating more than just physical symptoms. The Dr. Robert L.A. Keeley Healing Arts Program addresses the emotional needs of patients and families by integrating literary, performing, and visual art experiences into the healing process.

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Special thanks to the committee members for their dedication to the Healing Arts Program:

  • Katie Snead Biddle, Healing Arts Program Consultant at Carilion Clinic
  • Jon Catherwood-Ginn, Partnerships & Engagement Manager for the Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech
  • Angela Charlton, Clinical Dietitian at Carilion Clinic
  • David Crane, Executive Director for the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra
  • Mark Greenawald, Vice Chair of Academic Affairs and Professional Development at Carilion Clinic Department of Family and Community Medicine
  • Susan Jennings, former Arts and Culture Coordinator for the City of Roanoke
  • Dan Keeley, Director of Music Ministries at Our Lady of Nazareth Catholic Church
  • Cindy Petersen, Executive Director at Taubman Museum of Art
  • Robert Schultz, John P. Fishwick Professor of English at Roanoke College
  • Peggy Sowers, Director of Guest & Volunteer Services at Carilion Clinic
  • Meighan Sharp, Instructor at Hollins College
  • Kay Strickland, Chief Development Officer for Carilion Clinic Foundation
  • Lisa Vineyard, Chaplain at Carilion Clinic
  • Marie Webb, Community Advocate for Carilion Clinic Foundation
  • Betsy Whitney, Major Gifts Officer/CNRV for Carilion Clinic Foundation
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