Scenes from VUMC show changes and dedication in COVID-19 planning and reaction
The Medical Center mobilized to prepare to care for COVID-19 patients while continuing to care for each others as colleagues.
Musicians can’t play for the children in person right now, so Seacrest Studio goes virtual
Singer-songwriter Payton Smith performs for patients at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt from…
We were 200 miles from London when the travel ban was announced. Getting home was an adventure.
At 1:30 a.m. my phone pinged. “Just wondering about your reaction to Trump announcement,” I read. What announcement?
I was nervous about using telehealth. It turned out to be one of the best health care appointments I’ve ever had.
Telehealth gets an A+ for keeping me connected
VUMC’s valet attendants trade keys for thermometers
“I’m so happy to be helping make VUMC safer.”
Thurman Stevens takes extra steps to ease patients’ anxiety
Stevens said he stays on the lookout for patients who may need some extra help.
The NICU Interdisciplinary Mock Code Work Group knows every second counts in a code response to save critically ill patients’ lives.
The work group, which calls a mock code twice a month to give team members as much practice as possible, has managed to cut the response time to a code in half, from about 143 seconds to 77 seconds.
Leslie Reese helps patients living with HIV navigate life. From arranging appointments and transportation to educating patients on medicines, there’s ‘truly no problem she can’t solve.’
"No matter how difficult the task may be, Leslie finds a way to make someone’s life better."
Twice as nice: Molly Knostman, previously recognized with a Credo Award, honored again for leadership of the adult pharmacy.
She has built a reputation for volunteering for complex tasks, not because they are part of her job description but because of her passion for innovation and patient care.