C. Wright Pinson

January Leadership Assembly — Care That Changes Our World

Ongoing initiatives to reduce acts of violence or other disrespectful behaviors toward VUMC health care workers are vital for the well-being of both our people and our patients were among the topics discussed at the Leadership Assembly.

Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital’s (VWCH) Emergency Department transitioned to become part of Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Department of Emergency Medicine.

Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital finalizes Level III Trauma Center designation

Jeff Balser, MD, PhD, spoke about the need to stay focused on delivering high-quality care as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.

Your ideas improve care, culture and costs: Leadership Assembly highlights

Creativity and ingenuity are key to Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s growth and sustained focus on improving care and efficiency, leaders said during streaming of the August 2023 Leadership Assembly.

Jeff Balser, MD, PhD, talked about the creativity and collaboration of VUMC’s workforce during the Leadership Assembly.

Collaboration, creativity necessary for “Stronger Together” cost initiative: Leadership Assembly highlights

February’s Leadership Assembly explored the next stage of Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s ongoing journey.

Debbie Kemp Kimbro remembered for her ability to build connections

“She developed friends everywhere she went in her professional and personal life with her warm and engaging personality,” said C. Wright Pinson of the EMS nurse, LifeFlight nurse, physician liaison and singer for the VUMC band Soul Incision.

Clinical enterprise elevate retreat seeks to enhance health system culture

More than 60 leaders from across Vanderbilt Health system recently gathered to attend a clinical enterprise Elevate retreat hosted by C. Wright Pinson, MBA, MD, Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Health System Officer.

1 2 3 9