"He has been a blessing and role model for so many," his doctor Jonathan Nesbitt says.
“There’s something about having a band of brothers, where you’re all focused on the same thing, and your noses are all pointed in the same direction."
"His steady voice and hand has modulated the emotional ups and downs each of us has experienced."
"I literally could feel air in parts of my nose where I’d never felt it before.”
The boxes were packed full of ingredients for side dishes, and recipients were also given a plump turkey ready for roasting
A drill tests how well the Medical Center would be able to respond during an actual disaster, and serves as response training for VUMC personnel.
“Someone had to go clean those rooms up, and I’m happy to do whatever I’m asked to do. It comes with the job. I just wanted to help out and be a team player.”
There’s no doubt she loves it, especially when she says things like: “I just love it, love it, love it.”
“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.”