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.
When should you take your child to the emergency room for cold or flu symptoms?
The majority of emergency room visits can be averted with a call or visit to a pediatrician
Protecting the skin from damaging sun rays is as easy as “slip, slop, slap, slide and shade”
It’s never too early to start using sun safety tips, especially when it means preventing…
The story behind the law that saved thousands of children
Robert Sanders, MD, and his wife Patricia were tireless advocates for a child safety-seat law that saved thousands of children and was a model for the nation.
A year ago Sophie almost drowned in a pond. She came back to Children’s Hospital to thank those who saved her life.
When Sophie’s mother asked her what she wanted to say to everybody, she happily chirped, “Thank you for saving my life.”
Four years ago a Vanderbilt doctor agreed to help run the spelling bee at his daughter’s school. This year she went to the National Spelling Bee.
The trip was a dream come true for Rosy Kannankeril, a rising ninth grader at Franklin Classical School.
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!"
Bill and Genie met at VUMC in 1983. The proposal was at Kroger. A wedding ring fell over a cliff. They are still in love.
“She was really sweet and 34 years later, she’s still just as sweet,” Bill says. “It was meant to be,” Genie adds.