VUMC Ad featuring Tim McGraw to air during big game this Sunday

A familiar voice will be speaking in an advertisement created by Vanderbilt University Medical Center that is scheduled to run this Sunday during the big game in two 30-second spots

VUMC employee attends honor walk for her brother, becomes passionate organ donation advocate

Her brother Taylor’s death was heartbreaking, but Anna Lorenz is determined to inspire others with his example

Philadelphia Eagles pick VUMC resident to sing national anthem before game

The lifelong Eagles fan closed “The Star-Spangled Banner” with a big smile and the exhortation “Go, Birds!”

A Children’s Hospital doctor and two female football trailblazers went to the NFL Flag Championships with a message of empowerment for girls

“Being on a team is a way to build leadership skills. We all highlighted the importance of teaching the girls about their value.”

During NFL Draft weekend, a mass shooting occurred in Nashville. Vanderbilt responded beautifully to care for patients.

At 2 a.m. Sunday, six gunshot patients poured into the Vanderbilt ER. It was the fourth mass shooting seen there in the past 15 months.

Jacob Schultz, a member of the Class of 2017, will head to Vanderbilt's School of Medicine after graduation. (Vanderbilt University)

Class of 2017: Jacob Schultz, former walk-on snapper, heads to medical school on Navy scholarship

When Jacob Schultz learned the U.S. Navy had awarded him a prestigious Health Professions Scholarship to medical school, he didn’t tell his family—at least not immediately. Four days later, Schultz, a senior snapper on Vanderbilt’s football team, also learned he’d been accepted into Vanderbilt’s School of Medicine.

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