Shade Tree Clinic
Apr. 23, 2015—Last week’s Shade Tree Trot and benefit dinner raised a record amount — more than $51,000.
Apr. 2, 2015—This year’s 5K Shade Tree Trot, the single largest source of funding for the Shade Tree Clinic, is set for Saturday, April 18, at 8 a.m. at the Vanderbilt football stadium.
Mar. 5, 2015—Mavis Schorn, Ph.D., CNM, senior associate dean for Academics at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, will be honored at this year’s Shade Tree Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction on Wednesday, March 25.
Sep. 25, 2014—When the Shade Tree Clinic first opened its doors in 2005 the patients received primary care services in the compact space of a cramped doublewide trailer.
Apr. 3, 2014—The rain last Saturday morning didn’t dampen spirits at the Shade Tree Trot.
Mar. 13, 2014—The Shade Tree Trot has come a long way since it sauntered onto Nashville’s 5K scene in 2004.
May. 23, 2013—It has been a successful spring in terms of fund raising and grant support for Vanderbilt University School of Medicine’s student-run Shade Tree Clinic.
May. 16, 2013—Medical students at the free, student-run Shade Tree Clinic may have saved a patient’s life, but not using traditional medicine. The man had become distraught and even suicidal when his wife and son became stranded in Mexico without a visa, and were told they might not be able to return for ten years. Through a...
May. 2, 2013—A combination of highly rated clinical skills, a thirst for mentorship and a deep sense of respect for their patients are among the reasons listed in two recent recognitions for a pair of Vanderbilt physicians. Jule West, M.D., assistant professor of Internal Medicine and her colleague, Morgan McDonald, M.D., assistant professor of Internal Medicine and...
Apr. 25, 2013—Last Saturday’s Shade Tree Trot drew more than 700 runners and walkers to the Vanderbilt campus.
VUCast: Students help save a man; why women with elite educations opt out of full-time work; new Dores say yes!
Apr. 18, 2013—This week on VUCast: Watch how students help save a man and his family. Why women with elite educations opt out of full-time work See how new Dores celebrate getting their “fat envelope”
Apr. 17, 2013—The power to heal is far more complex than just the use of medications and clinical treatments. That is what Vanderbilt Medical students are learning, along with collaborative partners from the school of nursing, the law school, and local schools of pharmacy and social work. Together they volunteer as teams at the student-run Shade Tree...