“This is an important day in the context of what’s going on in our country,” said André Churchwell, MD, chief diversity officer for VUMC.
"My goal was to stay in good shape as I got older."
Debut performance of United Voices of Vanderbilt brings smiles to faces of patients, families and employees.
Camille Fraser was a teenager with a cancer diagnosis when she was helped by a Vanderbilt Child Life specialist and immediately knew she had seen her future career. That was 13 years ago and Fraser is now a Vanderbilt Child Life specialist herself.
Jade Forlidas started at Vanderbilt as a nursing student in 1969; after a storied career, she has retired — but her daughter carries on as a LifeFlight nurse
Yes, vacations are being planned.
Simone Maybin, M.D., looks almost petite in her white coat, but this medical resident at Vanderbilt's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation program is actually ripped with muscle.
Ellen Williams, R.N., is a patient’s best friend in the GI Endoscopy Lab, even if most patients won’t remember most of what she does.
When Debby Booth started college in the early 1970s, she didn’t want to be a nurse. That was something her older sister did.