“My philosophy is, I am a patient myself. What if someone is in pain when they call? What if they’re scared? The team does anything we can to help them.”
VUMC gastroenterologist Terence "T.A." Smith wanted to help an Iraqi colleague at a small clinic. Vanderbilt donors responded with dozens of boxes of books.
Man's best friend. Woman's and children's, too.
Joey Johnson, an instrument maker in VUMC's Apparatus Shop, says the programmer-controller for tow motors is a vital tool for his job.
Some Vanderbilt employees have another word for a work colleague: Mom
"I thought I'd only stay here three years. I've been here ever since!"
There was singing. There were hugs. There was laughter. There were tears.
Tiny babies dreaming of Lord Stanley's Cup.
Spending lots of money, feeling lots of stress: typical house renovation. Being on national television at the same time: not typical.
She is lauded for "going the extra mile." She says that's the Vanderbilt way.