Generations of orthopedic patients and practitioners hold a special place for Sandy Shelton
She has been "Happy to be here" for more than 40 years, and, as she nears retirement, is hailed as a legend in Orthopaedics.
As a medical student, Joseph Fusco was diagnosed with cancer. That experience influences the way he treats his young patients every day.
He gave up baseball to become a surgeon. That decision may have saved his life.
More than 60 VUMC volunteers came together to offer surgical treatment on Orthopaedic Outreach Day
The annual event provides necessary surgery to uninsured patients
Jennifer Emery is used to celebrating patients’ successes in physical therapy. This time, she’s the one being celebrated as a Credo Award winner.
“It’s such an honor. You work hard every single day and live by the Credo behaviors — to be recognized for that feels really good.”
Marching in the Tournament of Roses Parade after knee surgery? Check. Carrying a 30-lb. drum set? That, too.
It was a long journey for Jill Griffin to that iconic New Year’s Day parade, and her surgeon Rick Wright made it possible
Shoulders, elbows, line drives and curve balls
For Eric Bowman and Leon Scott, being team physicians for the Nashville Sounds is a perfect complement to taking care of their other patients
First quarter 2021 DAISY Awards honor extraordinary nurses
DAISY Awards are given to great nurses all over the United States and in many other countries
My daughter had surgery at Children’s Hospital during the COVID-19 changes. Here’s what was different — and what was, thankfully, the same.
Temperature checks and social distancing were very different. The care and concern had not changed at all.
Nurse creates artwork inspired by Vanderbilt’s orthopaedic patients
Recycled paper and expired test tubes find new life in colorful greetings for patients