August 22, 2019

Physicians at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt are seeing what seems to be an increase in the number of teens and young adults being treated for severe respiratory injury after e-cigarette use. Read more...

Quitting smoking associated with lower risk of cardiovascular disease


A Vanderbilt study recently published in the "Journal of the American Medical Association" documents the great incentive for current smokers to quit. Read more...

Jane Park, School of Medicine faculty member for 60 years, dies at 94


Jane Park, PhD, an active member of the Vanderbilt University faculty for 60 years, died Aug. 19 in Nashville. She was 94. Read more...

"Nashville Lifestyles" Women in Business issue honors Traci Nordberg, Julie Carell Stadler


Nashville Lifestyles has honored 12 trailblazing women who are creating lasting legacies in each of their fields, including hospitality, health care, money management, retail management and everything in between. Read more...

The Fixer: Dalton Hogue's behind-the-scenes work keeps VUMC running smoothly


Broken locks, burned out lights, doors that stick -- these are common annoyances we all deal with in our own homes, but on a large campus like Vanderbilt University Medical Center they can take on a new meaning. Keeping VUMC well-maintained is of critical importance to everyone who steps onto the campus, and as a Facilities Management carpenter, that is exactly what Credo Award winner Dalton Hogue does. Read more...

Nominations open for Elevate Awards


Nominations are open for the next Elevate Awards. Nominate an outstanding leader, team or individual for the next Five Pillar Leader, Credo or Elevate Team Award. Read more...

Farmers' Market is on hospital Plaza today


Vendors are on the north end of the Medical Center Plaza, and among the offerings are local meats, fruits, vegetables, dairy products, seafood, honey and flowers. The market will take place every Thursday through Oct. 31. Read more...

Stories from this week's VUMC Reporter are available now


Stories from this week's edition of the VUMC Reporter are now posted. Read more...