VUMC Human Resources Archives
Schoeny named Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Chief Human Resources Officer
Feb. 18, 2021—Amy Schoeny, PhD, System Vice President, Total Rewards and Human Resources Administration with Advocate Aurora Health, has been named Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Chief Human Resources Officer. She will join the organization April 26.
Virtual events to celebrate employees’ years of service
Oct. 8, 2020—Each year, Human Resources recognizes and honors staff celebrating 20-plus years of service to Vanderbilt University Medical Center with an awards ceremony and reception. This year, due to social distancing restrictions, HR will virtually honor the more than 600 employees celebrating milestone service anniversaries in 2020.
Enter FY2020 goals in Performance Central this week
Oct. 15, 2019—The annual goal setting section of Performance Central is now open. Leaders and frontline managers are encouraged to develop goals with employees and enter them in Performance Central by no later than Nov. 8. Employees will not be assigned organizational goals this year.
Chief Human Resources Officer to depart VUMC
Sep. 5, 2019—Traci Nordberg, JD, Chief Human Resources Officer for Vanderbilt University Medical Center, is leaving the organization effective Oct. 31 to assume another role outside of VUMC.
Recipient of a workplace kindness? Share your story
Mar. 30, 2018—The C.A.R.E. (Civility, Appreciation and Respectful Environments) Committee is seeking stories from faculty and staff about instances when they’ve witnessed or received an expression of kindness involving a co-worker at Vanderbilt.
Alternatives to emergency room visits abound
Nov. 16, 2017—More than 50 percent of emergency department visits are unnecessary or avoidable, meaning care could have been provided by a primary care physician or urgent care facility, according to a study from Aetna.
Recruitment push helps strengthen nursing workforce
Oct. 12, 2017—Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) is succeeding in its efforts to recruit the nation’s best nurses to Middle Tennessee’s only Magnet-designated hospital.