A lot of people worked to save her life and help her recover. Thanks to them, Karen Pinkard is back at work.
It should have been a joyous day. It almost turned tragic.
The mother of the groom was choking at a wedding reception. A person needed CPR on a plane. Two Vanderbilt midwives stepped up.
The Sunday before Christmas, Patricia Wright was in church to hear her mother sing in the choir. Then she heard a call for help.
Keith Caldwell, a nurse at the Vanderbilt Health Clinic at Walgreens, called on years of experience to perform CPR until an ambulance arrived
After his collapse, a team formed to save his life: coworkers and bystanders who knew CPR; first responders who used a defibrillator; and doctors and nurses at Vanderbilt
When Sophie’s mother asked her what she wanted to say to everybody, she happily chirped, “Thank you for saving my life.”