When ABC’s “World News Tonight” was broadcast live from VUMC
A specially built platform outside the hospital allowed anchor Peter Jennings to deliver the news with a VUMC backdrop
Children’s Hospital patient and his grandmother write a book with a message: “I am just like you, but different”
Ryan told his grandmother about the way other people looked at him. She didn't want him to experience that anymore.
Pets of VUMC 2019 — Collection #5: Here’s looking at you, part 1
These eyes have seen a lot of love
VUMC encourages employees to register and vote
Tennessee has low voter registration and turnout rates. The Medical Center is part of an effort to get more people involved.
Her dad needed a kidney; hers didn’t match. But through paired donation, her dad got a kidney and so did another person in need.
Her blood type was B and his was A. So they went to Plan B.
A wreck on the highway with a bleeding man, a pregnant woman and a small child. VUMC’s Chris Hare stopped to help.
A routine afternoon commute changed in an instant
Drea Gaffney thinks of her own father every time she speaks with patients about their bills
Gaffney said that the best part of her job is being able to tell patients that their account is resolved, and they don’t have to worry about it any more.
“There’s something amazing about holding up an American flag,” says kettlebell gold medal winner Katherine Hartmann
The physician and scientist says she was motivated by the words of a friend: “Almost everything is your fault, and what isn’t your fault is your responsibility.”
As a child, Andrea Pitts was severely burned. As an adult, she provides “Boxes of Love” to burn patients.
A few gifts and an encouraging note from somebody who's been there