Leadership Perspectives

Jeff Balser, MD, PhD, spoke about the Medical Center’s growth during the Spring Leadership Assembly. (photo by Erin O. Smith)

Leadership Assembly: VUMC Growth Strengthens Communities

Recent expansions in locations, capacity and business lines underscore how VUMC is navigating fast-paced population growth and the financial headwinds facing health systems across the country.

Jeff Balser, MD, PhD, speaks during the spring faculty meeting. (photo by Erin O. Smith)

Spring Faculty Assembly — VUMC sees continued gains in research funding and reputation

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine continues to make impressive strides in research funding, rankings and faculty accomplishments, Dean Jeff Balser, MD, PhD, said Friday during the spring faculty meeting.

VUPD Community Service Officer Samuel M. Burrell looks on as Billie Parks and her mother, Anna Parks, pass through one of the new weapons detection installations at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. (photo by Erin O. Smith)

New equipment to enhance security at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt

Beginning April 18, all Monroe Carell employees, patients, families, learners, and visitors will pass through the detection screening technology at all three hospital entrances.

Message from VUMC Enterprise Cybersecurity: avoid ‘free’ software downloads

Health care workforce shortages prompt Blue Ridge Academic Health Group report

The Blue Ridge Academic Health Group — formed in 1997 by leaders of several of the nation’s top academic health centers — studies and reports on issues of fundamental importance to improving the health care system. Its new report sets out innovations that health centers can undertake to address the ongoing health care workforce crisis.

CDC changes community COVID-19 isolation guidance; does not change guidance for Vanderbilt Health employees, patients or facilities

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