After devastating floods hit eastern Kentucky, Vanderbilt volunteers stepped up to help

It started with a phone call from a VUMC employee to a VUSM medical student with the simple question: can you help?

Supplies donated by VUMC arrive in Poland, on way to Ukraine

The medical equipment and pharmaceuticals were donated by VUMC at the request of the Ukrainian Ministry of Health

Ukraine sent out a plea for donations of medical supplies; VUMC responded with several tons on 25 pallets

The 25 pallets were part of a larger effort all over the U.S. to provide needed medical supplies to Ukraine through health care organizations and private corporations.

An Army doctor’s appeal: “People in Iraq need medical books — can you help?” The response from Vanderbilt was overwhelming.

VUMC gastroenterologist Terence “T.A.” Smith wanted to help an Iraqi colleague at a small clinic. Vanderbilt donors responded with dozens of boxes of books.

When their native Puerto Rico was devastated by hurricanes, these VUMC resident physicians stepped up

“We are humbled by the heartfelt love we received from the entire Vanderbilt community”