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Employee Spotlight

Cancer researcher Kimberly Dahlman is too busy to run in the Boston Marathon, but she’s doing it anyway — for her daughter

By Leigh MacMillan

“Even though I felt like I was already over-committed, I knew that I needed to do this"

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Employee Spotlight

Olympic achievement: Children’s Hospital employee KeKe Hinds brings home the gold

By Jessica Pasley

"I am very competitive when it comes to sports. It’s such fun and I get to meet so many great people.”

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Employee Spotlight

After being diagnosed with MS, Jonathan Davidson decided to take up running. He just completed his 50th marathon — one in each of the 50 states.

By Kelsey Herbers

Holding his infant daughter led him to vow to take care of himself so he could coach her soccer team and, someday, walk her down the aisle.

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VUMC in the Community

Avid runner founds “Gynecologists for Hire” to participate in Shade Tree Trot

By Jessica Pasley

Ob/Gyn fellow Cynthia Arvizo witnessed firsthand the good that Shade Tree Clinic does — so she formed a running team to raise funds

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Unsung hero

“Carmen from Chicago,” mystery good Samaritan nurse, identified

By Wayne Wood

She's very relieved that Geoffrey Lee, injured in the bicycle wreck, is doing OK.

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Unsung hero

A bike wreck left him dazed, hurt and bleeding. Then a Vanderbilt nurse came by.

By Wayne Wood

Where in the world is Carmen from Chicago? Geoffrey Lee would like to be sure she gets credit for a good deed.

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Employee Spotlight

Trauma chief Rick Miller represents Team USA in world triathlon event in Netherlands

By Jennifer Wetzel

"My goal was to stay in good shape as I got older."

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VUMC in the Community

Athletes with disabilities inspire VUMC running volunteers

By Tom Wilemon

Inspiration, motivation, determination, perspiration

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