Raye Nell Dyer leaves example of love and ministry at Children’s Hospital
As a chaplain, she brought blessings and comfort to patients, family and employees
Children’s Hospital PACU Prescription Workflow Team improves patient experience, wins Elevate Team Award
A combination of "incredible service and safer medication delivery"
Compassion, advocacy for patients with visual impairment put Eye Institute employee Janet Lemonis in the spotlight
Photo by Susan Urmy Janet Lemonis goes above and beyond to accommodate and advocate for…
A year ago Sophie almost drowned in a pond. She came back to Children’s Hospital to thank those who saved her life.
When Sophie’s mother asked her what she wanted to say to everybody, she happily chirped, “Thank you for saving my life.”
Pets of VUMC 2018 — Collection #4: Dogs! Cats! Beds! Sofas! vol. 2
A comfortable pet is a loved pet. Lots of love here.
Vanderbilt doctors urge caution with Fourth of July fireworks
“The burns and injuries that result from improper use of fireworks are often devastating and life-altering.”
Four years ago a Vanderbilt doctor agreed to help run the spelling bee at his daughter’s school. This year she went to the National Spelling Bee.
The trip was a dream come true for Rosy Kannankeril, a rising ninth grader at Franklin Classical School.
Volunteer Christi Williams and Layla the “Rehab Lab” featured in national dog food commercial
“She loves it; she goes in tail wagging."
Joshua went looking for a new kidney to save his life. He found a “sister,” too.
“A brighter future is around the corner and I’m so grateful for Renee. I truly love her like my sister and I’ve always wanted a sister.”