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A New Year Ushers in Four New MyHealth Bundles

A new year brings new healthcare innovation in the form of new MyHealth Bundles—Vanderbilt Health's value-based approach to managing some of the most common and costly health conditions.

Vaccines and the Social Good

VUMC’s leading voices in immunology and infectious disease are front and center promoting a greater understanding of COVID-19 vaccines and how they strengthen community health.

Vanderbilt Health Walk-In Clinics Expand Portfolio of Convenient Care

When you need medical care but can't make it to your doctor, Vanderbilt Health's Walk-in Clinics provide same-day, full-service care for a variety of illnesses and minor injuries. The Vanderbilt Health Walk-in Clinic Belcourt recently opened near the VUMC campus and is the medical center's 10th walk-in location in Middle Tennessee,

VUMC Announces Plan to Expand Into Shelbyville and Tullahoma

Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) recently announced plans to purchase Tennova Healthcare-Shelbyville and Tennova Healthcare-Harton hospitals from subsidiaries of Community Health Systems Inc. (CHS). VUMC will also acquire minority ownership in CHS’s Tennova Healthcare-Clarksville hospital.

'With You Every Step of the Way': Q&A With MyHealth Bundles Patient Navigators

Through Vanderbilt’s MyHealth Bundles, patients have access to a dedicated patient navigator who handles all of their non-clinical needs. From booking appointments to navigating the health system to answering questions about what’s included in a bundle, patient navigators Bri Yip and Rachel Harris make sure every patient has concierge-level support and service.

An Open Letter to All Tennesseans From Area Hospitals

Medical experts and elected officials across the nation are sounding a warning about the rising numbers, and state hospital leaders, including Vanderbilt University Medical Center, share their deep concerns, especially with Thanksgiving and the holiday season beginning this week.