Patients and families benefit from new activity book — and the volunteer who brings it
Puzzles, mazes, coloring pages and other fun help pass the time
Last New Year’s Day, Gregory Tidwell was in a coma. At the beginning of 2020, he is doing much better
“It has made me ecstatically happy to watch him get better,” his mom said.
Improving the patient experience through clear communication is Lane Stiles’ ‘North Star’
Lane Stiles has come to work each day for the last nine years focused on…
In 1994, Harold “Scottie” Scott’s HIV-positive status was covered on the local news. He has been an educator ever since.
Now, 25 years after his announcement, Scott’s mission remains the same: to educate others on the history of HIV, dispel myths and break down stigma.
VUMC has 2,500 pieces of art. Jenny Lewis knows them all.
Portraits, landscapes, sculptures — health care art is an art in itself
Del Ray Zimmerman recognized as top leader for his commitment to LGBTQ community
“His selfless service to the community knows no bounds, and his ability to make projects come to fruition is unmatched.”
Volunteer gardeners bring creativity, imagination and fine motor skills to rehabilitation patients
The team helped liven up Stallworth’s courtyard by planting sweet potato vines, basil, daisies, roses, mint, rosemary and oregano.
Behind the scenes, Fady Eilia uses technology to enhance patient experiences
His dedication and innovation put him in the spotlight
Tammy Masnica knew nothing about horses — until the purchase of one brought her family together
“Olaf,” a 13-year-old American Saddlebred, changes lives one simple gesture at a time