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Polio was a terrifying disease, once filling wards at VUMC with paralyzed patients in iron lungs. Vaccines have saved us from all that.
It was in a storage room. It still worked. For some reason, I was allowed to get in it.
Wearing red and linking arms, participants showed support for safety from gun violence
The recent contribution brought to more than $14,000 the total raised by CRNAs at Vanderbilt in the past few years for the fund
For more than 40 years he cared for countless patients and was also a mentor, counselor and guide to generations of new nurses coming to work at VUMC
Craig Black’s paintings, in both 2-D and 3-D, are now on display in TVC
The birthday of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first American woman physician, is observed as National Women Physician Day
Sometimes patients or their family members find themselves at VUMC and in need of clothing or toiletries
Silent nights don't happen here; there's too much work to be done caring for our patients and our community. But Medical Center employees still create a festive atmosphere and reach out to others in this season of giving and celebration.