Kathy Moss “always dreamed of being a nurse.” Now, she leads a staff of 200 dedicated to quality patient care.
Kathy Moss remembers the days when she and her sister spent hours practicing running a doctor’s office. Their dolls and stuffed animals served as patients.
Son of beloved Vanderbilt faculty member Neil Green biking across U.S. raising funds for Children’s Hospital
Bruce Green's Los Angeles-to-Boston trip to honor his late father will take 48 days
Janice Overall retires after 47 years of nursing at Vanderbilt—most of it caring for children in the Pediatrics clinic
"I thought I'd only stay here three years. I've been here ever since!"
“Haute in the Hospital” displays custom gown designs from Children’s Hospital artists
Many hands are required to decorate a gown, just like many hands are required to care for a patient
Seven children of her own, thousands of children at work: Elizabeth Humphreys honored for her leadership of the Children’s Hospital pharmacy.
“A role model who always leads by example.”
Children’s Hospital celebrates reading on Dr. Seuss’ birthday
Thing one: The adults had a good time reading their favorite books. Thing two: The children loved it, too.
Love is all around on babies’ first Valentine’s Day
Tiny feet, tiny Valentines, big love.
“Carmen from Chicago,” mystery good Samaritan nurse, identified
She's very relieved that Geoffrey Lee, injured in the bicycle wreck, is doing OK.
A bike wreck left him dazed, hurt and bleeding. Then a Vanderbilt nurse came by.
Where in the world is Carmen from Chicago? Geoffrey Lee would like to be sure she gets credit for a good deed.