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Patient Spotlight

Marching in the Tournament of Roses Parade after knee surgery? Check. Carrying a 30-lb. drum set? That, too.

By Emily Stembridge

It was a long journey for Jill Griffin to that iconic New Year’s Day parade, and her surgeon Rick Wright made it possible

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VUMC in the Community

Shoulders, elbows, line drives and curve balls

By Emily Stembridge

For Eric Bowman and Leon Scott, being team physicians for the Nashville Sounds is a perfect complement to taking care of their other patients

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DAISY Award

First quarter 2021 DAISY Awards honor extraordinary nurses

By Matt Batcheldor

DAISY Awards are given to great nurses all over the United States and in many other countries

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First person

My daughter had surgery at Children’s Hospital during the COVID-19 changes. Here’s what was different — and what was, thankfully, the same.

By Jessica Pasley

Temperature checks and social distancing were very different. The care and concern had not changed at all.

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Employee Spotlight

Nurse creates artwork inspired by Vanderbilt’s orthopaedic patients

By Kelsey Herbers

Recycled paper and expired test tubes find new life in colorful greetings for patients

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Employee Spotlight

Passion for horses leads Vanderbilt surgeon to national championship in dressage event

By Kelsey Herbers

Bethany Gallagher and her horse Fabiola have been a dream team since Fabiola was four years old

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First person

I passed out cold in this Vanderbilt doctor’s office in the 1980s. I’ve never forgotten her reaction.

By Wayne Wood

A brief encounter with a good doctor echoes through the years

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VUMC in the Community

Son of beloved Vanderbilt faculty member Neil Green biking across U.S. raising funds for Children’s Hospital

By Tom Wilemon

Bruce Green's Los Angeles-to-Boston trip to honor his late father will take 48 days

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