Jennifer Emery is used to celebrating patients’ successes in physical therapy. This time, she’s the one being celebrated as a Credo Award winner.
“It’s such an honor. You work hard every single day and live by the Credo behaviors — to be recognized for that feels really good.”
Troy Hamm says he ‘happened to be in the right place, at the right time’ when he saved a patient’s life. It was anything but chance.
“Troy is a true professional, and his consistent actions and behavior not only make him a front-line hero, but a shining example of our Credo behaviors.”
Kristy Sinkfield brings divergent viewpoints together to accomplish changes large and small at VUMC
Strategy leader was the ‘secret sauce’ for success in EpicLeap Operational Readiness
Vanderbilt ER nurse receives wedding surprise from “Say Yes to the Dress”
Holly Beth Jones will receive a wedding gown from the show, which is honoring front-line health care workers
VUMC’s valet attendants trade keys for thermometers
“I’m so happy to be helping make VUMC safer.”
Chris Pua’s behind-the-scenes work brings him into spotlight
He hopes the software applications and systems he and his team develop work so well that users don’t even notice them.
Cancer researcher Kimberly Dahlman is too busy to run in the Boston Marathon, but she’s doing it anyway — for her daughter
“Even though I felt like I was already over-committed, I knew that I needed to do this"
Doing his own colonoscopy made Christopher Lind a legend. But his commitment to patients and families is also legendary.
“The cultural change of having a respected, practicing physician serve as a Patient and Family Advisory Council member has been invaluable.”