December 13, 2012

Vanderbilt University Medical Center is taking its commitment to a patient-centered experience to a new level through the Vanderbilt Patient and Family Promise, a six-point commitment statement being rolled out publicly in February. Read more...

CDC selects VU to lead national adverse vaccine event reviews


Vanderbilt University Medical Center has been selected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to lead a consortium of top national experts in vaccine safety in performing timely reviews of adverse vaccine events. Read more...

Holiday Gift Giveaway (Turkey Toss) is tomorrow


Turkeys will be tossed and new this year: a limited number of signature Vanderbilt aprons, (a few of which have surprises inside), will be available to choose in lieu of a turkey. Read more...

Flu shot key to keeping yourself, your family, your patients safe


Flu shots continue to be available to staff and faculty, including during tomorrow's Turkey Toss. Read more...

AlertVU being updated, expanded; tests set for Jan. 2 and Jan. 15


AlertVU, Vanderbilt's emergency notification system, is being expanded to include all members of the Vanderbilt community and is being strengthened by a new, more robust operating system. Read more...

Longtime Student Health director to retire next summer


After more than 35 years at Vanderbilt University, John Greene, M.D., associate dean of students for student health and wellness, has announced he will retire next summer. Read more...

Renewal House helps addicted mothers defeat their demons


Mothers dealing with substance abuse problems often can't provide the care their children need. But who cares for the children when the mother decides to get help? Read more...