Danny Bonvissuto

City University of New York’s Deidre Anglin, PhD, was the featured speaker at the 6th Annual Harold Jordan Lecture. (photo by Susan Urmy)

Annual Harold Jordan Lecture addresses racism and psychosis

The keynote speaker’s topic was “Infusing DEI in our Research Programs: An Example Studying the Social Patterning of Psychosis.”

Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital: 5 years

To honor VWCH’s 45 years of service, and their fifth as Vanderbilt Health, C. Wright Pinson, MBA, MD, Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Health System Officer, and VWCH president Scott McCarver presented a State of the Hospital address to the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce

Source: Tennessee Department of Health (graphic by Diana Duren)

Rising syphilis cases prompt more testing during pregnancy

When found and treated early with antibiotics, syphilis is curable. Untreated syphilis can cause deafness, blindness and irreversible heart and brain damage.

Mom’s the word for mother-daughter Labor and Delivery nurses at Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital

Denise Zickgraf and her daughter, Victoria Garcia, support new mothers and each other

Kewanna Frierson and her daughter, Kennedi.

Lifting up voices to celebrate healthy Black births 

Celebration of Black Motherhood on April 20 elevates positive stories and experiences around Black births

First baby born in the new Labor and Delivery Rooms on 4 North

The new rooms are the latest in a series of obstetrical enhancements, including the Vanderbilt University Hospital Labor and Delivery Entrance, that provide more space for the increased volume of mothers delivering at VUH.

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