Taking Charge of Your Healthcare
Sleep apnea is a serious, potentially life-threatening condition. Assess your risk with the STOP-BANG Assessment.
A health care provider is your partner for a variety of needs including prevention, routine care and acute care. Your provider may be a physician (family practitioner, internist, or pediatrician), nurse practitioner, or physician assistant.
Learn how prevention can become part of your overall healthy lifestyle today.
Finding the right provider is important when beginning the therapeutic process. Work/Life Connections-EAP at 615-936-1327, is available for a confidential meeting with a faculty/staff member of Vanderbilt to assess the presenting problem, identify related issues and consider important demographic considerations (location, insurance, etc.) to assist in matching you with a potential provider. A counselor will...
Information about religious beliefs and vaccines.
Learn more about how an Advance Directive can help you or your loved one.
View health care recources for LGBTI faculty and staff.
View the benefits of having a medical home and how to establish your medical home if needed.
Prevention is essential for good health. View what is included in routine checkups and how to determine age-appropriate guidelines for preventive exams.
Day-to-day health decisions have a great influence on our long-term health. This means practicing positive health behaviors and making informed health decisions. Practicing self-care techniques is one way to make informed decisions about your health.