Lori Anne Parker-Danley used pandemic time to learn quilting and create her “pandemic quilt”
Improv quilting stitched together her hours during the pandemic
Suzie Brown, singer-songwriter, meet Dr. Suzanne Brown Sacks, transplant cardiologist
Her twin passions for music and for medicine brought her to Nashville and to VUMC
A story of family and faith: Jennifer received a kidney transplant. The donor was Capri, who is married to Dennis. Jennifer is Dennis’ ex-wife. It’s complicated.
The extended family has grown closer as a result of Capri's generosity. She says her faith led her to the decision.
Occupational Health offers tips to kick off summer on a healthy note
We are officially into summer, which means vacations are ramping up. As you write your checklist, pack your suitcase, and book your trip, here are few important reminders.
The Monoclonal Antibody Infusion Clinics team makes COVID-19 health care personal
“I don’t know that you get any more personal than giving somebody back their life.”
Above and beyond to fight the pandemic: Blood Bank director Jennifer Andrews, husband, Chris, and daughter Ella each were volunteers in VUMC vaccine research.
“I needed to help the situation in any way possible. I felt really lucky to be included in the clinical trial,” Andrews said.
A memoir of the COVID years: a Vanderbilt ICU nurse remembers patients who died, families who wept, and discovers the importance of hearing “thank you” and caring for herself
"I realized that my mechanism of avoiding and ignoring death in the workplace had taken its toll on me."
Chad Fitzgerald experienced the pandemic from unique vantage point
"His steady voice and hand has modulated the emotional ups and downs each of us has experienced."
The most popular VUMC Voice stories of 2021
Love stories, an honor walk, a heroic rescue -- and plumbing