Post Tagged with: "Vanderbilt Medical Center"

Evolution of Treatment Apparent in AIDS Clinic Move

Evolution of Treatment Apparent in AIDS Clinic Move

by / on December 29, 2010

The state’s largest AIDS clinic has moved and expanded. The new facility reflects an evolution of HIV treatment over the last 15 years.

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Vanderbilt Infectious Disease Expert Warns of Whooping Cough

by / on December 28, 2010

In some parts of the country Whooping Cough is making a comeback. That has an infectious disease expert at Vanderbilt encouraging vaccination boosters.

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Vanderbilt Recruiting Study Participants Not Yet Conceived

by / on December 1, 2010

Vanderbilt Medical Center needs 1,000 children to participate in the largest study of its kind. The challenge is that many of those children may not be conceived for years.

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Vanderbilt Gets EV Chargers

by / on November 11, 2010

Vanderbilt University Medical Center is getting some of the first federally-funded electric vehicle charging stations in Tennessee. The hospital announced today it will get as many as 10 chargers for its public parking areas.

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Health Care Outlook Includes Smaller Facilities, Closer to People

by / on January 28, 2010

Hospitals and clinics are headed away from downtown Nashville to get closer to neighborhoods and office parks, according to an executive with HCA TriStar.

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Uncompensated Care Heads to VUMC, Rise Smaller than Predicted

by / on November 11, 2009

New figures are out regarding treatment for the uninsured in Nashville. Vanderbilt Medical Center remains the primary caregiver, writing off some $228 million in unpaid medical bills last year.

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Nashville Healthcare Leaders Attempt to Redirect Industry Overhaul

by / on August 10, 2009

Nashville health care innovators are cautioning Congress to rethink its approach to overhauling the industry.

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