Days after her house was damaged by a tornado, VUMC nurse Shakeya Bean volunteered to work at a COVID assessment site
It's been an interesting few weeks
Children’s Hospital intensive care unit sends gift of support to counterparts at Vanderbilt University Adult Hospital
“It really helped everyone focus on something positive. We were all excited about supporting them, encouraging them and lifting them up.”
VUMC uses computerized mannequins to teach proper technique for caring for COVID patients
Teaching and learning a vital skill while staying safe
Painted stones offer messages of hope along VUMC pathways
“Just Breathe.” “You are Loved.” “Shine.” “Hope.” “Joy.”
Scenes from VUMC show changes and dedication in COVID-19 planning and reaction
The Medical Center mobilized to prepare to care for COVID-19 patients while continuing to care for each other as colleagues.
“Kudos Wall” in Children’s Hospital offers messages of hope and encouragement
"We are so much more than co-workers, WE are FAMILY."
VUMC’s valet attendants trade keys for thermometers
“I’m so happy to be helping make VUMC safer.”
A friend said, “Want to climb Kilimanjaro?” Soha Patel said, “Sure!”
Months of hard training. Seven days of climbing. Severe oxygen deprivation. But the view was worth it.
Schuyler Clayton battled a decade of opioid addiction. Now a recovery coach, he serves as a beacon of hope amid a nationwide epidemic.
“Our patients live with a disease they don’t get help for out of fear of blame. It’s important for me to say, ‘I’m living with the same thing, and I’m not ashamed.’”