Murfreesboro, Tennessee (PRWEB) July 26, 2016
TwelveStone Health Partners, a leader in providing patient support in the post-acute care environment including pharmacy and a wide range of medical supplies and services, has named Joel Wilmoth a business development specialist, serving the southeast Middle Tennessee, including Bedford, Bledsoe, Cannon, Coffee, Franklin, Grundy, Lincoln, Marshall, Marion, Moore, Sequatchie, Van Buren and Warren counties.
“We’re working hard to develop well defined territories for business development and sales support,” says Shane Reeves, president and CEO of TwelveStone. “Having Joel aboard to help us serve the communities in our southeastern region is a big step in that direction.”
Prior to joining TwelveStone, Wilmoth was a senior territory manager for Nashville-based Alana Healthcare, a provider of respiratory services and therapies for patients with chronic respiratory illness. He has a background as a healthcare educator and respiratory therapist. He began his career as a respiratory therapist for Linde RSS in Livingston, Tenn., and Cookeville Regional Medical Center in Cookeville, Tenn.
About TwelveStone Health Partners
TwelveStone Health Partners incorporates the objective of glorifying God into its mission by delivering a higher level of service to partners and patients. As an organization, TwelveStone supports the transition from acute to post-acute care environments and the transition from sickness to health. This is the third evolution in the company’s history, beginning in 1980 when Richard Reeves and Ronald Powell created a single retail pharmacy location then called Reeves Powell Saveway Drug Store. In 1994 Shane Reeves and Rick Sain launched Reeves-Sain and over 20 years grew the organization to include seven companies. In 2015 Reeves Sain Drug Store, Inc., a retail pharmacy, and its specialty pharmacy, EntrustRx were sold to Fred’s, Inc. In 2016 Shane Reeves launched TwelveStone Health Partners with the objective of continuing to pursue the highest professional, business and community goals set forth by its founders.