The whitewater trip was a disaster. It motivated Renée Garside to become an expert kayaker.
There’s no doubt she loves it, especially when she says things like: “I just love it, love it, love it.”
VUMC’s Patterson Child and Family Center team’s dedication to children never waivers. Not even during a pandemic or snowstorm.
The Patterson center’s commitment to providing care is simple – a love for children.
Opening a new patient care unit requires months of planning. Devin Bunch helped open the COVID-19 ICU in just a matter of days.
“Whatever it is, we roll up our sleeves and do what’s best for our patients.”
VUMC’s Alex Jahangir became Nashville’s coronavirus czar, all while never missing a beat in his day job.
“He has served VUMC and our community as the coronavirus czar selflessly and voluntarily while not decreasing by one clinic visit or call night his load or work productivity.”
A teenage girl was riding on an ATV without a helmet when it flipped five times. She is lucky to be alive, and her mother has a warning for parents.
Safety experts liken helmet use to seat belt-wearing practice
Michelle Kennedy follows the same mantra whether at work or in her personal life: be a good role model and walk the walk.
“I won’t ask someone to do something I wouldn’t do myself. I try to give 110% every day. Whatever I can do to help people, I will.”
Getting back in the pool this summer? Children’s Hospital has some tips on how to take to the water safely.
Number one lesson: drowning doesn't look like you think it does
Chris Terry gets satisfaction from solving patients’ barriers to care long before they become real problems
“Chris’s dedication not only kept the patient from having a potentially bad outcome, but also demonstrates the type of customer service our patients should expect from VUMC.”
A child’s beloved stuffed toy was missing. Two Children’s Hospital nurses mounted a midnight expedition to the basement to find Stuart the pink tiger.
Searching dozens of laundry bags in quest of a patient's pink-and-white companion