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Share your stories with VUMC Voice’s “99 words of summer”

By Wayne Wood

Vacations, camp, baseball games, cutting the grass, watching soap operas, swimming, fireflies in the fading light...

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Contest

Pets of VUMC 2019 — collection #1: Pets and their people

By Wayne Wood

Ain't it good to know that you've got a friend?

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Employee Spotlight

Nurses’ Week video shows Burn Center nurse Tiffany Nugen being surprised by a grateful family

By Wayne Wood

The Lemarr family traveled from East Tennessee to say thank you

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Contest

VUMC Voice 2019 Pet Photo Contest deadline is April 22

By Wayne Wood

Do you share your life with a pet? Do you work at Vanderbilt University Medical Center? This contest is for you!

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Medical Center sweethearts share “99 Words of Love,” part 2

By Wayne Wood

How can you tell the story of a lifetime in 99 words (or fewer)? Here's how some Vanderbilt University Medical Center lovers did it.

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First person

Medical Center sweethearts share “99 Words of Love,” part 1

By Wayne Wood

How can you tell the story of a lifetime in 99 words (or fewer)? Here's how some Vanderbilt University Medical Center lovers did it.

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VUMC in the Community

Katrina Robertson went from death’s door to a full life. Her story is one of thousands from the first 25 years of the Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Clinic

By Wayne Wood

The VCCC opened its doors 25 years ago when AIDS was fatal and hope was rare. Today the clinic serves thousands of patients and is an international model in the treatment of people with HIV.

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VUMC Voice wants to hear your love story – in 99 words

By Wayne Wood

How did you meet your sweetheart? What made you fall in love? What is your life together like?

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Employee Spotlight

Martin Luther King Jr. Morning Tribute features voices raised in song and calls for unity and justice

By Wayne Wood

The United Voices of Vanderbilt choir sang "Battle Hymn of the Republic" and André Churchwell soloed on "Abraham, Martin and John."

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