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An approaching hurricane. A critically ill baby. A Vanderbilt team flies in to help.

By Jessica Pasley

“The mother was so grateful that we were able to get her baby to a safe place.”

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Five Pillar Leader Award

Commuting 200 miles a week for work, Bart Magowan always finds time for patients.

By Matt Batcheldor

Bart Magowan is a man on the road, working with staff in four different clinics spanning three counties an hour apart.

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There once was a doctor from Vandy. With limericks he was quite handy.

By Wayne Wood

William Stone, MD, has a talent for writing medical limericks. Girl from Nantucket: no. Smoker from Sewanee: yes.

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Tales of VUMC Past

The story behind the law that saved thousands of children

By Wayne Wood

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.

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Credo Award Winner

Her son’s legacy motivates Tonya McBride to serve others

By Jill Clendening

“I’m here doing what my son wanted me to do, so that makes a big difference for me."

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Contest

VUMC Voice Halloween children’s art contest deadline is Oct. 22

By Wayne Wood

Entries can be as scary as a haunted house or as sweet as a full-sized candy bar

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Contest

Pets of VUMC 2018 — Collection #7: Field and stream. Also yard and tub.

By Wayne Wood

Answering the call of the wild

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Credo Award Winner

Children’s Hospital pharmacy technician Delveen Said keeps focus on caring for families

By Nancy Humphrey

“We don’t know what our customers are going through. It’s my job to have the very best attitude that I can for them.”

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VUMC in the Community

School teachers needed supplies. VUMC employees stepped up.

By Tavia Smith

About 300 employees made donations and filled multiple LP PENCIL Box yellow bins with paper, pencils, crayons and other supplies

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Employee Spotlight

Sarah Carpenter learned a lot working for “The Simpsons.” At Vanderbilt, she applies that knowledge to autism research.

By Wayne Wood

“What I learned there — that’s what we’re doing here.”

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