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Greg Rhinehart’s 3-D printing hobby comes to the rescue to repair respirator masks

By Matt Batcheldor

He figured out how to make a four-cent part that repairs $1,500 personal protective equipment for COVID caregivers

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COVID unit nurse speaks from the heart about the impact of the disease and the importance of masking

By Matt Batcheldor

At the mayor's press conference Cody Hamilton told of the toll COVID takes on those who have the disease, and those who care for them

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New Chaplain Covenant opens the door to better understanding at VUMC

By Bill Snyder

"As professional chaplains, we are committed to ending racism, discrimination, and all forces that disrespect our common humanity."

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Staff Nurses of the Year named

By Matt Batcheldor

Rosamund Gabrielson Staff Nurse of the Year recipients were announced representing the four entities of VUMC

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Children’s Hospital nurses support COVID colleagues: “Have a cup on us.”

By Matt Batcheldor

A coffee gift card, along with a note of support

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Scenes from the pandemic, collection three: glimpses into life during COVID-19 at Vanderbilt

By Wayne Wood

As Vanderbilt continues to care for COVID-19 patients, other care, including clinic visits and elective surgeries, begin again.

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Portraits of COVID nurses, by COVID nurses

By Wayne Wood

"I am so lucky to work every day with such an amazing group of people."

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As an ICU doctor, Geoffrey Fleming cared for many children who were dying. Now facing death himself, he applies the wisdom he learned from those children.

By Kelsey Herbers

“Sometimes as providers, all we have to do is be brave and ask ourselves, ‘Is this about me, or is this about the patient?’”

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As Frank Rummo died of COVID-19, his family gathered to tell him they loved him — through an iPad and the touch of his nurse, Maddie Hayes.

By Nancy Humphrey

“If his family had been there, they would have wanted to hold and touch his hand and rub his head, so that’s what I did"

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