Reporter Dec 17 2021

Family knows firsthand the critical need for blood donations

Vanderbilt cancer patient Brody Cramer knows all too well how crucial blood donations are. Since he was diagnosed with leukemia earlier this year he has needed 23 units of red blood cells and 16 units of platelets.

Silver appointed to national committee assessing human requirements for energy intake and expenditure

Vanderbilt’s Heidi Silver, PhD, RDN, MS, has been appointed to an ad hoc committee of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to assess the human requirements for energy intake and expenditure.

Year in Review 2021: A year of perseverance, achievement at VUMC

The fight against COVID-19 carried on, but while the pandemic dominated the news in 2021, there were many other achievements that made headlines this year at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Year in Review 2021: VUMC again lauded in multiple national rankings

Vanderbilt University Medical Center placed highly in several national rankings and was honored with numerous awards during the past year.

Year in Review 2021: Appointments strengthen Medical Center’s mission

New leadership appointments during the past year helped strengthen Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s core missions.

VUMC prepared to comply with No Surprises Act

Vanderbilt University Medical Center will soon deliver treatment cost estimates to all patients who do not provide insurance information when scheduling services three or more days in advance.

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