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Photo: Making the move

Nov. 8, 2012, 10:46 AM

(photo by Freddie Breedon)

Patient Fred Arwood, with his wife, Gail, moves into the new myelosuppression unit, housed on the 10th floor of Vanderbilt University Hospital’s Critical Care Tower. The unit has 34 beds and specializes in stem cell transplants and malignant hematology. For this patient population, which averages a long length of stay, amenities emphasize patient- and family-centered care and provide a protective environment.

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