An approaching hurricane. A critically ill baby. A Vanderbilt team flies in to help.
"The mother was so grateful that we were able to get her baby to a safe place.”
Every child who finishes chemo gets a rousing serenade. The woman behind Children’s Hospital’s “Last Chemo” song.
Warning: you will be humming "The Macarena" for the rest of the day.
Patty Hofstetter came to Vanderbilt as a teenager. She never left — until now.
A conversation with the 41-year veteran nurse upon her retirement.
Kathy Moss “always dreamed of being a nurse.” Now, she leads a staff of 200 dedicated to quality patient care.
Kathy Moss remembers the days when she and her sister spent hours practicing running a doctor’s office. Their dolls and stuffed animals served as patients.
An Army doctor’s appeal: “People in Iraq need medical books — can you help?” The response from Vanderbilt was overwhelming.
VUMC gastroenterologist Terence "T.A." Smith wanted to help an Iraqi colleague at a small clinic. Vanderbilt donors responded with dozens of boxes of books.
Moms of the Medical Center
Some Vanderbilt employees have another word for a work colleague: Mom
Janice Overall retires after 47 years of nursing at Vanderbilt—most of it caring for children in the Pediatrics clinic
"I thought I'd only stay here three years. I've been here ever since!"
The inside story of how the “Today” show surprised a VUMC nurse on the air
There was singing. There were hugs. There was laughter. There were tears.
Julie Foss departs the Medical Intensive Care Unit for the last time
The "proud Vanderbilt nurse's" life's work, and her passion, are the patients and the employees of MICU.