Teaching and learning a vital skill while staying safe
“Just Breathe.” “You are Loved.” “Shine.” “Hope.” “Joy.”
The Medical Center mobilized to prepare to care for COVID-19 patients while continuing to care for each other as colleagues.
"We are so much more than co-workers, WE are FAMILY."
“I’m so happy to be helping make VUMC safer.”
Months of hard training. Seven days of climbing. Severe oxygen deprivation. But the view was worth it.
“Our patients live with a disease they don’t get help for out of fear of blame. It’s important for me to say, ‘I’m living with the same thing, and I’m not ashamed.’”
Tyler Ames, DMD, has seen the worst of what a hockey puck or stick can do to the mouth. He loves hitting the ice anyway with his team the Gravediggers.
The program focuses on training young people with intellectual and developmental disabilities for jobs in health care