Simone Maybin, M.D., looks almost petite in her white coat, but this medical resident at Vanderbilt’s Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation program is actually ripped with muscle.
Reed Sparta, a senior in high school, is a current member of VUMC's Nursing Explorer program; she was inspired by her mom Elizabeth Sparta, R.N., who works in VUMC's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
In 1964, with little fanfare, Harold Jordan, M.D., became the first African-American resident physician at Vanderbilt. Looking back to that time, he recalls the support of his colleagues and the challenges he faced.
Ellen Williams, R.N., is a patient’s best friend in the GI Endoscopy Lab, even if most patients won’t remember most of what she does.
The Vanderbilt University Medical Center Faculty and Staff Hardship Fund is experiencing increased demands for financial assistance at a time when few employees are regularly contributing.
In the fourth grade Lauren Fields was introduced to basketball. She did not like it one bit, she admits. But all of that changed over time.
When Debby Booth started college in the early 1970s, she didn’t want to be a nurse. That was something her older sister did.
The world beyond work: a childhood in a funeral home and road trips with her husband on a Harley.
Memories from the day when Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash came to open a new unit at VUMC.