Matt Batcheldor

New toolkit helps non-obstetricians better identify and treat pregnant and postpartum patients with cardiovascular emergencies

Vanderbilt’s Kathryn Lindley, MD, has worked with the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to develop a national toolkit for non-obstetricians to better identify and treat pregnant and postpartum patients with cardiovascular emergencies.

Grant helps expand Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner training across Middle Tennessee

Nurse Scholars Program welcomes first graduates

Vanderbilt University Medical Center is welcoming the first graduates of the Nurse Scholars Program, which pays for up to four semesters of nursing school tuition at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing (VUSN) or Cumberland University in return for a work commitment to VUMC.

System offers new option to treat mitral regurgitation

In a novel procedure, the Vanderbilt Heart & Vascular Institute (VHVI) successfully performed the first large-flange Innovalve transcatheter mitral valve replacement.

Nominations sought for Nurses Week Awards and Recognitions

Vanderbilt University Medical Center nurses are invited to nominate an outstanding colleague for recognition during the 2024 Nurses Week Awards and Recognitions.

Novel device helps extend window of time to preserve hearts donated after cardiac death

In the first such procedure, Vanderbilt University Medical Center has transplanted a DCD (donation after cardiac death) heart using XVIVO Heart Assist Transport (XHAT), a novel cold organ perfusion device.

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